No organization has put more exertion into promoting the 21:9 aspect ratio displays than LG. It initially began to push the thought over a year back and as of late reinforced it with the LG 34UC97, a first class proficient QHD display. Presently three more noteworthy entries are joining the crew.
LG Announces Ultra-Widescreen Monitors With Support AMD FreeSync, 34UM67 Is World’s First 21:9 FreeSync Monitor:
The 34UC87M is a classical professional display. While it seems to be like other 21:9 screens in the LG lineup, it has a more curbed outer surface outline and a mounting system that permits the utilization of up to four screens in a rectangular course of action. When arranged four screens in a rectangular manner the 34″ screens give very nearly six feet of horizontal space and around two feet of vertical space. The 34UM67 is LG’s gaming screen. It’s the exact same size as the professional 34UC87M monitor, however, incorporates a feature promisingly beneficial to gamers which is an AMD FreeSync port. The AMD FreeSync technology enhances gameplay smoothness by killing undesirable stutters and screen tearing. LG is the first to affirm it in a 21:9 aspect ratio monitor. It additionally it beats a wonderful feature called Black Stabilizer that lights up dull scenes to uncover concealed subtle elements in the game. LG thinks this could give players an aggressive edge by guaranteeing rivals can’t trap from the shadows.
Last is the 31MU97, which is an ultra wide 31-inches is marginally smaller in size than its brethren, yet gloats a pixel tally of 4,096 x 2,160 that is pure 4k, and better than the 3,840 x 2,160 (4k) resolution most contenders offer. It can likewise render up to 99.5 percent of the AdobeRGB color range, offering a genuine color depth and color accuracy to users.
All the range of the monitor along with 34UC97 will be shown at CES 2015. Pricing is not yet available.
By the way, it is worth recalling that similar monitors are also have been announced by Samsung and Iiyama.