The folks at LG recently unveiled the 34-inch 34UC97 – the world’s first curved widescreen monitor. Equipped with a 3440 x 1440 pixel resolution, it gives you Ultra High Definition (Ultra HD) images. Its high pixel density delivers hyper-realistic images that are sharp and vivid for that ultimate viewing experience.
First of its kind
Unveiled during the IFA trade show in Berlin, Germany, this innovative new monitor showcases many firsts in PC monitor display technology. For one thing, it’s the first one ever to combine IPS technology with the curved 21:9 aspect ratio.
Entertainment & productivity, enhanced
The LG 34UC97’s 21:9 screen aspect ratio provides a wider field of view, making it ideal for professionals and entertainment connoisseurs.
The horizontal space is also helpful for productivity, as it allows you to multitask and look at up to three windows at the same time. This saves you more time down the road since it eliminates the need to switch between windows.
You can watch high-resolution movies without the black bars or play video games that have an enhanced gameplay experience. The high performance display also allows for minimal lag time, which lets you enjoy consistently vibrant and sharp images every time.
LG made it a point to reduce the bezels of this screen, making it less pronounced to enhance viewer experience. The monitor is also equipped with two Thunderbolt 2 ports, which allows you to daisy-chain monitors and to easily connect your Macintosh computers as well as to conduct data transfers that are four times faster than USB 3.0, even across multiple devices. As for audio, it comes with MAXXAUDIO® and an impressive 7W stereo speaker system that matches the high-quality graphics, giving you the ultimate visual and audio experience right from your desktop.