LG 49WL95 with 49″ Ultrawide IPS Panel and 5120 x 1440 Resolution

LG have this week announced the release of their forthcoming 49WL95 monitor, a massive 49″ ultrawide display with a high 5120 x 1440 resolution. This screen has a 32:9 aspect ratio, designed to replace cumbersome multi-screen setups aimed at image and video editing primarily, as well as being “a natural fit for those working in finance, IT, design and architecture where display accuracy and quality are required”. It is actually the equivalent of 2x 27″ monitors joined together, each with a 2560 x 1440 resolution.

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LG 38GL950G with 37.5″ Ultrawide Panel, 175Hz and G-Sync

Original news piece published 20th Dec 2018, now updated below: showcased at CES 2019 between 8 – 11 January in Las Vegas. We already brought you the news of the planned IPS panel developments from LG.Display earlier this year in October, at which point we had some information about the exciting new 37.5″ panel that is to be used here – the LM375QW2. This week’s announcement of the 38GL950G marks the first screen that will make use of the new LG.Display IPS panel.

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LG 32UL750 with 4K VA-type Panel and VESA Display HDR 600

LG are soon to release a new31.5″ sized model in their range with a 4K resolution VA technology panel. The screen has a 3840 x 2160 resolution for high detail images but also has a range of features and specs to meet modern gaming and HDR requirements. The 32UL750 has support for AMD FreeSync, although does only have a 60Hz maximum refresh rate and oddly according to the LG spec page this appears to only be available over HDMI. We’re not really sure why not over DP. It also carries the VESA Display HDR 600 certification for a moderate level of HDR performance.

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Acer Predator XR342CKP with 100Hz and FreeSync

There hasn’t been much fuss made by Acer about this new display, which appears to be an update to the previous Predator XR342CK. The new XR342CKP offers an increased native refresh rate compared with the old model, boosting it from 75Hz to 100Hz now. That seems to be the main change with the P model, as it remains similar in other specs and features.

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