LG has announced the upcoming release of a new 34 – inch curved monitor that will hit stores from the 24th of this month. The particularity of this new ultra widescreen monitor with resolution 3440 x 1440 is that it is specifically designed to play, and in fact LG will give away a digital copy of the title Tom Clancy’s The Division with him.
The ultra widescreen aspect ratio 21 monitors: 9 are fashionable is a fact, and specifically to play provide us greater viewing surface side which will give us a great advantage, especially in games of type FPS (First Person Shooter). LG has created the new 34UC88-B with curved panel manufactured in IPS of 34 inches diagonal, ultra resolution widescreen 3440 x 1440 (ie, is a 1440p but ultra wide) and a response time of just 5 ms GTG pretty low to be IPS.
The monitor has a contrast ratio of 1000 to 1 (5M 1 dynamic) and a maximum brightness of 300 cd / m2, with the usual viewing angles of 178 degrees of the IPS panels (especially when the screen is curved). Is effectively the same IPS panel mounted monitors Dell 34 – inch curved, but with a short response time (there will be some out there surely Overclock). It covers 99% of the sRGB color spectrum so it is also ideal to play, and as a note, LG has made compatible with AMD technology FreeSync , although its maximum refresh rate is 60 Hz.
As video inputs, the LG 34UC88-B has a DisplayPort (required if we want to use the AMD FreeSync technology) and two HDMI ports, supporting video inputs from different sources simultaneously with PiP (Picture in Picture technology way, can create a small window within the image to see the other video source). Note also that incorporates two 7-watt stereo with speakers MaxxAudio technology.
LG has said that 34UC88-B this new monitor will be available in stores from March 24 and given away a digital copy of The Division with him, but have not told the price. However it is seen what they already have on the market, count that will be around 1000 euros easily.