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34" LG 34WK95C-W 3440x1440 Nano Curved UltraWide IPS Monitor EXPIRED

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BuyDig.com has 34" LG 34WK95C-W 3440x1440 Nano Curved UltraWide IPS Monitor on sale for $579.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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  • Resolution: 3440x1440
  • Response Time: 5ms GTG
  • Refresh Rate: 75Hz
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • Viewing Angle: 178 Degrees H / 178 Degrees V
  • Ports:
    • 2x HDMI 2.0
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.2
    • 2x USB 3.0 Type-A (downstream, 1 supports quick charge)
    • 1x USB 3.0 Type-A (upstream)
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Are you asking why someone would buy an ultra wide screen vs normal aspect ratio 4k? The answer is because there are no ultra wide screen 4k monitors.
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An Ultrawide (21:9) is not selected to provide 2 screen's worth of real estate. It just provides more width than a regular 16:9 without being too wide to look at all at once. Some manufacturers make the 49" 32:9, which people can buy if they are looking for 2 screen's width in a single monitor. An Ultrawide ratio arguably provides a better experience for movies and games, and is still better for productivity than a single 16:9 monitor, but isn't nearly as wide as the 32:9 Superwide monitors that can't all be seen at the same time.
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For those who go to 3440x instead of 3840x, how do you justify having essentially 1.8monitor screen space instead of 2.0? Doesn't that annoy you?

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I would get the Samsung CJ89 instead. 1200p but has 120 refresh rate and is 43 inches.
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For those who go to 3440x instead of 3840x, how do you justify having essentially 1.8monitor screen space instead of 2.0? Doesn't that annoy you?

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Are you asking why someone would buy an ultra wide screen vs normal aspect ratio 4k? The answer is because there are no ultra wide screen 4k monitors.
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Are you asking why someone would buy an ultra wide screen vs normal aspect ratio 4k? The answer is because there are no ultra wide screen 4k monitors.
there is, it's called 5k monitors.
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Are you asking why someone would buy an ultra wide screen vs normal aspect ratio 4k? The answer is because there are no ultra wide screen 4k monitors.
im not sure exactly what you are saying, but my point is why would you buy a 3440xwhatever vs a 3840xwhatever

(where whatever assumes at min x1080)

why would you attempt to go from a single screen to something still less than 2 screens?
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same dpi as qhd at 27inch
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looks like it is openbox item. description says may have cosmetic wear.
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im not sure exactly what you are saying, but my point is why would you buy a 3440xwhatever vs a 3840xwhatever

(where whatever assumes at min x1080)

why would you attempt to go from a single screen to something still less than 2 screens?
An 34inch ultrawide provides almost the same productivity as 2 screens. Most people like the clean bezel free look. But you are paying a premium for it.
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im not sure exactly what you are saying, but my point is why would you buy a 3440xwhatever vs a 3840xwhatever

(where whatever assumes at min x1080)

why would you attempt to go from a single screen to something still less than 2 screens?
An Ultrawide (21:9) is not selected to provide 2 screen's worth of real estate. It just provides more width than a regular 16:9 without being too wide to look at all at once. Some manufacturers make the 49" 32:9, which people can buy if they are looking for 2 screen's width in a single monitor. An Ultrawide ratio arguably provides a better experience for movies and games, and is still better for productivity than a single 16:9 monitor, but isn't nearly as wide as the 32:9 Superwide monitors that can't all be seen at the same time.
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right, key word though is "almost" it is like 1.8 screens on a 3440x resolution whereas a 3840 is 2.0 screens (width wise of course)

i think going from say 2 screens that provide cumulatively 3840x and then going to a single screen, but losing resolution down to 3440x is silly
I'm not sure where you are getting the 1.8 figure. A 21:9 is about a third wider than a 16:9, not 1.8 times as wide. If you wanted to double a regular 2560x1440 monitor you would need a 5120 width, not 3880 (unless you are comparing to the 1920 width of regular 1080p).
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right, key word though is "almost" it is like 1.8 screens on a 3440x resolution whereas a 3840 is 2.0 screens (width wise of course)

i think going from say 2 screens that provide cumulatively 3840x and then going to a single screen, but losing resolution down to 3440x is silly
These displays weren't specifically made for productivity and screen real estate though. 3440 x 1440 just happens to be the "21:9" aspect ratio panel manufacturers settled upon while aiming to achieve an anamorphic movie format ratio (which is between 2.35:1 to 2.4:1)

You would get black bars on the sides if the resolution was any larger (horizontally) without maintaining this aspect ratio. I agree multi-screen setups can be just as productive if not better than a single UW, but it's also nice to not have any screen breaks for video editing on a UW. All depends on what you're doing with this monitor I guess.
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