LG to showcase its new UltraWide monitor lineup at CES
In a recent news release, South Korean electronics biggie LG Electronics has announced that it will display its UltraWide monitor lineup, with 21:9 aspect ratio, at the International CES which is being held in Las Vegas from January 6 to January 9.
According to the announcement, four new UltraWide monitors will be showcased by LG at the CES event. These monitors - all of which would boast screen resolutions of at least 3440x1440 - include the LG 34UM67 UltraWide Gaming Monitor; the LG 34UC97; the LG 34UC87M; and the LG 31MU97.
The LG 34UM67 UltraWide Gaming Monitor will be the first ultra-wide screen supporting AMD FreeSync technology, which will help eliminate 'screen tearing' when the monitor and graphics card are out of sync.
The LG 34UC97 UltraWide monitor will include support for Thunderbolt 2 ports; and will chiefly target designers as well as other Mac users. LG has claimed that color accuracy, viewing angle and sRGB color space of the monitor have been certified by TÜV Rheinland and Intertek, along with validation from UL.
The third monitor in the UltraWide monitor lineup, the LG 34UC87M, will be capable of offering several multiple-display configuration options; and will largely be aimed at stock traders and other financial professionals who have to keep track of massive amounts of data simultaneously.
Finally, the LG 31MU97 UltraWide monitor will offer a higher screen resolution, 4096x2160, as compared to the other three models in the lineup. This monitor will be aimed at video professionals.
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