Setup - easy. you don’t even need to open the display settings - the Mac knows the monitor’s position, and the mouse acts appropriately. Pictures below to illustrate everything written here.
- does not match iMac - black plastic with thinner bezels
- More important - the connection for both power and USB-c input are lose. Every time I physically adjusted the screen - either up & down or moving the entire unit, the connections became unconnected and screen went black. Luckily I don’t reposition the monitor that much.
- The screen doesn’t rotate, but there are software settings to rotate to portrait mode
- Sharpness, not quite as sharp as the iMac, probably due to different resolution. Text is larger. I also tried the scaling setting instead of native resolution, but the results were worse.
- Color - this can only be described in pictures.
- The first picture is the iMac, set to iMac color profile and the LG set to the iMac profile too. The LG is much yellower. I tried all the profiles, and the one I liked the best was "image p3".
- Even in P3, the yellowish cast is still there, but ...
- When put next to the iPad, the colors are much closer, though still a bit warmer. The obligatory cat photo is the iPad next to the LG, the last, all 3 displays at the same time.
- Calibration will be necessary to make all displays to look the same.