LG releases new 34-inch ultra-wide curved gaming monitor with NVIDIA G-SYNC support

LG has rolled out a new 34-inch ultra-wide curved monitor aimed at gamers. The new 34UC89G-B features NVIDIA G-SYNC support, making it a great choice for gamers looking for a large IPS monitor that can deliver a smooth and stutter-free gaming experience when paired with a compatible NVIDIA graphics card.

The LG 34UC89G-B features a 34” curved IPS panel with 2560 x 1080 native resolution, a 21:9 aspect ratio, 1000:1 static contrast ratio, 300 nits maximum brightness, 178/178 degree horizontal/vertical viewing angles, 5ms response time (GTG), and an anti-glare 3H hard coating. Like most IPS monitors out there, this new monitor from LG offers a decent 99% coverage of the sRGB color space. While a wider color gamut would have been great, we have to keep in mind that LG is marketing the 34UC89G-B strictly as a gaming monitor and not for professional use.

For gamers, the monitor certainly makes a lot of sense. Together with NVIDIA G-SYNC support, it boasts a high 144 Hz refresh rate, completely eliminating screen tearing and stuttering. Its ultra-wide 21:9 aspect ratio lets you see more of the game you’re playing, giving you an advantage over your rivals using a conventional 16:9 aspect ratio monitor. For FPS games, the monitor comes with the Crosshair feature, enhancing your firing accuracy. That’s not all though, the monitor has some other gaming-oriented features on offer as well. The Black Stabilizer feature optimizes the monitor settings to reveal greater detail in dark scenes while the Dynamic Action Sync gives you a smooth and fluid gaming experience. For easy access, the OnScreen control feature lets you control various options such as volume, brightness, picture modes, and Screen Split 2.0 simply by using your mouse instead of having to press the hard buttons on the monitor. Display connectors include a DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI 1.4a. It also includes a 2-port USB 3.0 hub.

 

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