LG debuts latest in family of curved UltraWide monitors in the GCC

The new 37.5 and 34-inch curved monitors allow for greater visibility and multi-tasking with ease
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LG Electronics (LG) has debuted the latest in its family of curved UltraWide monitors which improve productivity with larger displays, vibrant colour and clarity.

The advanced Quad High Definition (QHD) screens allow for clear views of everything from videos to text-heavy documents. LG’s UltraWide technology (21:9 aspect ratio and higher) means greater screen real estate, making them the ideal companion for any task.

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With a large screen with a resolution of 3840 x 1600, the 37.5-inch LG Curved UltraWide Monitor (Model: 38WK95C-W) has a 21:9 QHD+ display resolution that is equivalent to three times that of a standard HD screen. The wider display results in more information viewable on screen at a higher level of detail through the sRBG 99% coverage of the DCI-P3 color gamut.

The HDR10 monitor can also showcase the latest console games and video on demand at their highest quality levels. The streamlined 3-Side Virtually Borderless Design has a slim bezel on three sides and Rich Bass for an immersive visual and audio experience.

With a curved screen, Picture-by-Picture display and OnScreen controls, the 38WK95C-W makes it easy to switch between tasks without losing performance or display quality. Its curved screen and ergonomic height and tilt adjustable stand make the content viewable at an angle which is most convenient for the user.

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The newest edition to the range is the 34-inch LG Curved UltraWide Monitor (Model: LG 34WL85C-B).With its pixel count of 3440 x 1440, the monitor is ideal for video editing, enabling producers to view their video timeline and multiple clips of footage at the same time.

Its nano IPS display reproduces subtle colour tones and contrasts, meaning designers and filmmakers can work in finer detail. On-screen controls make switching between tasks easy, with documents equally as clear as photographs and a 5:9 ratio preview giving users the ability to change work priorities on the fly.

The curved screen is built into an ergonomically designed stand that is height and tilt adjustable to suit the requirements of the user and their task at hand. It makes it the perfect workstation for visual effects professionals, graphic designers, movie editors and streamers among others.

The 34WL85C-B’s HDR10 technology coupled with Maxx Audio and colour reproduction covering 99% of the sRGB colour space also makes watching movies and gaming far more immersive. The Picture-by-Picture mode means no pixel goes to waste, with content from multiple sources viewable side-by-side. Additionally, users can work with multiple applications, simultaneously.

With USB Type-C ports, charging devices and transferring data is possible through the use of one cable.

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