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34" LG 34UM68-P 2560x1080 FreeSync IPS Monitor EXPIRED

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 2560x1080
  • Refresh Rate: 75Hz
  • Response Time: 5ms
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • Viewing Angle: 178 / 178
  • VESA: 100x100mm
  • Inputs:
    • 2x HDMI 1.4
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.2
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I partially disagree. This size is still perfectly fine for watching Netflix in a native 21:9 for supported content, and games also look great. Although text in Word documents and the like isn't as crisp as a QHD UltraWide, obviously, it's beyond passable. It's not like people will be sitting a foot away anyway because it's such a large screen. I find that sitting back maybe three feet or more in my chair is necessary anyway because it's easier on the eyes to play games and without having to turn my head back and forth as much compared to sitting closer. That's to be expected though due to the nature of UltraWide displays.

In terms of what this might be compared to, height-wise, it's similar to a 24" 16:9 monitor, which is a very standard for 1080p, so users new to the UltraWide can expect very decent quality displays at 2560x1080.
Yes, if you are looking to break into the ultrawide screen for watching Netflix, you might as well get a 40" inch 4k TV.
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Yes, if you are looking to break into the ultrawide screen for watching Netflix, you might as well get a 40" inch 4k TV.
What? I think you missed basically everything I talked about? And your comment didn't make any sense, considering we're talking about a completely different aspect ratio. On top of that, I was also focusing on gaming. 4K has nothing to do with what we're discussing here, especially when you consider the sheer amount of computing power it takes to play games at that resolution over FHD UltraWide. 21:9 is a completely different experience and also provides an edge over standard screens.

What was your point?
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Built in speakers are trash. If you're going to spend the money on something like this, get yourself some decent speakers or headphones. Even the cheapest speakers at Walmart sound 10x better than speakers built into a monitor.
So this monitor sucks because the speakers are no good. Of course, Looks like I don't have to remind our new generation...You need to see with your ears. Never buy a monitor with bad sounding speakers, as your ears will tell, that you have a crappy screen. This is how today's science works. lol..
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Built in speakers are trash. If you're going to spend the money on something like this, get yourself some decent speakers or headphones. Even the cheapest speakers at Walmart sound 10x better than speakers built into a monitor.
Same goes for any TV you buy. Spend some more and get a speaker bar at least.
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I should have gotten this over my 29" one. Regret it till this day. Love the capability of lining up two screen/doc side by side. Highly recommended for work from home purposes.
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I have 2 of these and this is a great monitor. https://www.costco.com/lg-32%22-c...76512.html
Similar to the one posted here but a 32" instead. Hope this helps on some other options as well.Peace
This is an ultra wide. Yours is not. Apples and oranges.
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Same goes for any TV you buy. Spend some more and get a speaker bar at least.
Totally not true, unless you're taking about cheaper HDTVs, I guess. Shoot, I've got an old Samsung plasma set that, while lacking deep bass tones, has incredibly decent speakers. There are plenty of TVs with really nice speakers that have very clear sound and even provide some low-end rumble with some nice bass. Some have in-built sound bars too. No, you're not very likely to have the performance of a quality, dedicated sound system, but it's 100% false that there aren't HDTVs with good speakers.
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I have 2 of these and this is a great monitor. https://www.costco.com/lg-32%22-c...76512.html
Similar to the one posted here but a 32" instead. Hope this helps on some other options as well.Peace
It's not that good, I have Samsung 32 curved. I just got 4K 32 inch it make huge difference
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Resolution will not be fun. 34 needs minimum 1440p
Agreed. And needs to be curved at this size & aspect ratio
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Love the aspect ratio and own 2 older 21:9 1080p panels, but these days worth getting 1440 height
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Can input 2 different computers on this monitor with that split screen?
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Does it have split screen software inbuilt like new monitors ?
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I am looking to use this to replace my set of 2 27" Hp monitors . I use Mac and just use it for office work. Is this an overkill ?
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In terms of what this might be compared to, height-wise, it's similar to a 24" 16:9 monitor, which is a very standard for 1080p, so users new to the UltraWide can expect very decent quality displays at 2560x1080.
Looks like the screen is really close in height to a 27" 16:9 monitor. http://www.displaywars.com/34-inc...-inch-16x9
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Looks like the screen is really close in height to a 27" 16:9 monitor. http://www.displaywars.com/34-inc...-inch-16x9
It's not really though, in person. My 27" is taller. I had a slim bezel Asus 25", but it seemed larger too. It's close, so I guess that entirely depends on the model and on bezel thickness was well.
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