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LG 29" UltraWide Full HD 75Hz FreeSync IPS Monitor with HDR10
- Resolution: 2560x1080 (Full HD)
- Refresh Rate: 75Hz
- Response Time: 5ms (GTG)
- Panel Type: IPS
- Viewing Angle: 178°H/178°V
- 2 x 7W Speakers
- Radeon FreeSync
- VESA 100x100
- 2x HDMI
- 1x DisplayPort 1.2
- 1x 3.5 mm Audio Out
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Please refer to the forum thread for additional details & discussion. -StrawMan86
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This is the new 2020 model of LG's 29" FHD Ultrawide monitor. It adds a few new features over last year's model and strikes a great middle-ground between budget and luxury with 75 Hz refresh rate, an IPS panel for easier extended viewing, HDR10, and some other nice-to-haves:
- OSD Crosshair
- Color Weakness Mode
- Screen Split 2.0
- Dual Controller
- Flicker-free technology
- Smart Energy Saving
- Dynamic Action Sync
- AMD FreeSync technology
- Super Resolution+
- Black Stabilizer
- Reader Mode
Yes it's VESA 100x100.
Yes it has speakers.
This model isn't available in some online stores yet and is posted at $349 in a few other places, and out of stock.
Product page: https://www.samsclub.co
Full tech specs here: https://www.displaydb.c
OOS, but see Front Page post for another purchasing option
The Resolution is 2560 x 1080 which is called Wide FHD. Since this is not your traditional 16:9 monitor people often have a hard time interpreting this. For comparison:
The pixel density for a 27" monitor that is full HD (1080p) is 81.6 ppi
The pixel density for a 27" monitor that is 2K (1440p) is 108.8 ppi
The pixel density for a 24" monitor that is full HD is 91.8 ppi
This monitor: 95.8 ppi - not as bad as a full HD 27" and slightly better than a 24" FHD
Also for comparison a typical 24" monitor has a height of 11.8 inches this monitor has a height of 11.4 inches. So essentially it is a 24" monitor that was stretched long ways to make it Wide.
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