Is the 16:9 aspect ratio screen not enough for you and two separate monitors not for you? Then you will most likely reach for ultra-wide models. LG has two new ones and they are among the more expensive ones.
The LG 40WP95CP-W model is intended for work. The 40-inch diagonal, curvature and wide-angle format can be read from the name. It is a monitor with a Nano IPS panel and a resolution of 5120 × 2160 pixels. The refresh rate is an unusual 72 Hz and there is AMD Free Sync support. The response time is 5 ms (GtG).
Since the monitor is aimed more at offices, there is Thunderbolt 4 for connecting to a laptop with a single cable. At the same time, the port can deliver up to 96 W to the connected device. The second Thunderbolt on the back can be used to connect another monitor in series. HDMI, DisplayPort 1.4 and two USB 3.0 are not missing. In the body we find a pair of 10 W speakers. The price was set at 1,339 euros.
Players are more likely to reach for novelty from the UltraGear family. The 49GR85DC model offers 49 inches in a 32:9 aspect ratio. The resolution is equal to two QHD monitors (that is, 5120 × 1440 pixels). Coincidentally, the horizontal resolution is identical to the first model. However, the refresh rate is different, reaching up to 240 Hz.
For the new UltraGear monitor, LG chose a VA panel with a curvature of 1000R and a maximum brightness of 1000 nits, which received the VESA DisplayHDR 1000 certification. The connection is handled by SiplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.1. There are picture-in-picture or picture-by-picture modes, which many users will use thanks to the aspect ratio.
The price of the new product is set at $1,299, and the monitor should go on sale in Europe this month.
Source: Pctuning – Všechen obsah by pctuning.cz.
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