LG’s got an exceptional treat up its sleeves for gamers, and the organization couldn’t hold up until the new year to let the cat out of the bag. Set to debut at CES 2015, LG’s 21:9 Ultrawide gaming monitor intends to draw players in with its exquisitely curved display and support for AMD’s framerate-smoothing Freesync technology.
Taking a few prompts from the organization’s curved Tv’s, LG’s new gaming monitor packs an extensive 21:9 aspect ratio curved display, which is supported by a translucent stand that practically makes the screen appear as though its hovering. It’s the first LG monitor manufactured for top of the line gaming, using AMD Freesync to avoid screen tearing amid more graphically demanding titles. The display’s Dynamic Action Sync mode minimizes input lag with a specific end goal to help you get that grip Battlefield 4 kill, while its Black Stabilizer aspect makes it less demanding to kill foes in faintly lit regions.
While the level of fascination and improved field of view made possible by such a wide screen is thrilling, the Ultrawide’s value as a gaming screen will eventually come down to the games. Titles, for example, Battlefield 4, Mass Effect 3 and World of Warcraft can be played at a 21:9 aspect ratio, and the extra-wide resolution could absolutely gain steam if more developers decide to help it.
LG’s new display lineup isn’t only for gamers, as the organization has new efficiency and amusement Ultrawides in the pipeline. LG’s 34-inch Uc97 unit is intended at inventive pros, touting a 3440 x 1440, 178-degree viewing angle display that can create 99% of the srgb color array. The screen packs Thunderbolt 2 help, making associating with a Mac and transferring 4k video a breeze.
The organization’s Uc87m multi-display screens can be stacked together, permitting you to make up to a 2 x 2 grid of displays to get the best possible view of stock charts and quotes. Ultimately, there’s a Digital Cinema 4k model on the way, with a 4096 x 2160 resolution that out-pixels standard 4k (3840 x 2160).
LG has yet to uncover pricing or release data for any of its new monitors, yet we hope to invest bunches of time with them when CES 2015 commences in Las Vegas next week. Stay tuned for our eyes-on impressions.