LG has long been a trusted name when it comes to consumer electronics, and this particular South Korean behemoth has not disappointed for a long, long time. It does not look as though the company is going to do so anytime soon. Gamers who wished that they had something better to look forward to, literally speaking, can always check out the all new 21:9 UltraWide premium gaming monitor that is powered by G-Sync technology, making it available to retailers already.
This 34-inch monster offers a 21:9 aspect ratio in the form of a curved UltraWide gaming monitor, carrying the model number 34UC89G. It is considered to be a new premium high-resolution monitor that has been specially designed to deliver an immersive viewing experience, in addition to optimizing gameplay. To make sure that happens, NVIDIA G-Sync display technology and a 144Hz (overclock 166Hz) refresh rate has been thrown into the mix.
As the LG 34UC89 comes with a 21:9 aspect ratio, this will be able to help it significantly expand overall screen real estate and Full HD resolution (2560 x 1080 pixels) to deliver intense clarity. Apart from that, the monitor’s 21:9 curved IPS panel also boasts of a widened color gamut, allowing it to deliver more than 99% of the sRGB color space by up to 99 per cent, even at wide viewing angles, and shorter input lag. These excellent display features ensures a well-rounded premium gaming experience regardless of the game format, meaning you can indulge in FPS, MMO, RTS and racing games without missing a beat.
The LG 34UC89G’scutting-edge NVIDIA G-Sync gaming display technology will be able to dynamically match the 144Hz (overclockable to 166Hz) refresh rate of the display to the frame rate output of the GPU. This helps to get rid of tearing, minimizing stutter and input lag, all the while delivering an incredibly smooth gaming graphics experience. Unique display modes such as Black Stabilizer, Dynamic Action Sync, and Crosshair are also part of the deal for maximum tactical gameplay. The LG 34UC89 will not come cheap though with a $999.99 price tag, but you get what you pay for in this instance.