LG has introduced a series of curved monitors with aspect ratio 21:9, and USB-C
LG Electronics in anticipation of the exhibition IFA 2016 in Berlin announced a new series of monitors 21:9 UltraWide. We are talking about two models with a curved IPS display: 38UC99 with a 38-inch screen is the largest in its category, and 34-inch version 34UC79G supports a refresh rate of 144 Hz.
The Curved UltraWide 38UC99 resolution is 3840 x 1600 pixels. This monitor covers 99% sRGB. According to the statement of LG, the novelty will appeal to professionals in the field of creation of visual content, as well as those who need a large workspace on the screen for simultaneous work with several applications.
The model boasts the availability of USB ports and two speakers power of 10 watts with the ability to connect via Bluetooth. Basic settings 38UC99 you can quickly change and keep using the software Onscreen Control and My Display Preset.
Second monitor Curved UltraWide 34UC79G is characterized by a reaction time of 1 MS and is aimed primarily at fans of computer games. The device supports Motion Blur Reduction, Dynamic Action Sync to reduce delays, as well as the Black Stabilizer to ensure maximum contrast. Declared support technology AMD FreeSync.
Curved UltraWide 38UC99 will go on sale in September for about $1500. Model 34UC79G can be expected on the market in October for $700.