LG launches ultra-wide QHD monitor

    Firm targets editors and professionals in the graphic arts
    The 34-inch monitor boasts a 21:9 display, UltraWide QHD resolution.
    The 34-inch monitor boasts a 21:9 display, UltraWide QHD resolution.


    LG Electronics’ (LG) newest IPS 21:9 UltraWide QHD monitor will be available in the UAE starting this April.

    The expansive 34-inch monitor boasts a 21:9 display, UltraWide QHD resolution (3440 x 1440) and superior colour management, the company said in a statement.

    The monitor is compatible with Thunderbolt 2, which allows for transfer speeds of up to 20Gbps, the fastest currently available in a monitor. Thunderbolt 2 enables users to watch and edit raw 4K video while simulta-neously transferring data to other devices through a single port.

    Up to six devices can be daisy-chained together to create an efficient work station. Thunderbolt 2 also allows users to connect their LG 34UM95 to Apple’s new Mac Pro to take advantage of the fastest cable-based connectivity speed currently available.

    The monitor is able to express more than 99% of the sRGB colour space and offers superior 10-bit color depth. Hardware calibration is also possible with this advanced monitor thanks to LG’s own True Color Finder software and a built-in scaler.

    LG designed the monitor to exceed the requirements of graphics and entertainment professionals in the accuracy of the colors displayed.

    It incorporates LG’s 4-Screen Split and Dual Link-up functions to let users manipulate and configure the available display space to suit their needs. The monitor supports HDMI and DisplayPort allowing content to be mirrored and transmitted from a range of devices. All this is surrounded by a stylish exterior that employs LG’s immersive Cinema Screen Design and Crystal Float concept. In addition to the narrow bezels and transparent stand, the monitor is equipped with built-in stereo speakers to bring games and movies to life.

    “Our 34-inch UltraWide monitor is a remarkably versatile device with exceptional pic-ture quality to help users work smarter and more efficiently,” said Hyoung-sei Park, head of the IT business division at LG Electronics. “It’s a perfect solution for people working on multimedia projects and computer-aided graphics. Through products like this, LG will continue to expand its offerings to professionals in the creative arts.”


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