LG introduces a new 21: 9 ultrawide with a screen diagonal of 40-inches. The 40WP95C has an ips panel with 5120 x 2160 pixels, which equates to a ppi of 139. According to the manufacturer, the screen should cover 98 percent of the dci-p3 color gamut, in addition to 135 percent of the srgb color spectrum. Also a special feature is the addition of Thunderbolt 4.
There is support for hdr10, but it is not known what the peak brightness is, for example. Thanks to Thunderbolt 4, the image signal and the power supply can be bundled in one cable. The refresh rate is 72 Hz and there is support for variable refresh rate (vrr).
The manufacturer is announcing even more new gaming monitors. This mainly concerns models with relatively high refresh rates, such as the Ultragear 27GP950, which we have already briefly discussed in an earlier post.
LG also comes with the 34GP950G, a 34-inch ultrawide display with 21: 9 aspect ratio. The resolution of this model is 3440 x 1440 pixels and the refresh rate is up to 144 Hz. However, this can be overclocked to 160 Hz. The model is given the designation Nvidia G-Sync Ultimate.
It is not yet known when the new monitors will appear on the market.
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