With IFA 2016 just round the corner, LG today announced that it will be introducing two ultra-wide monitors at its pre-IFA event. The model numbers of the two monitors are reported to be 38UC99 and 34UC79G.
LG claims that the 38UC99 will be world’s largest ultra-wide monitor bearing aspect ratio of 21:9. On the other hand, the 34UC79G is claimed to be world’s first ultra-wide gaming monitor with same aspect ratio of 21:9 and 144Hz refresh rate.
Further, the 38UC99 model is reported to have an IPS Ultra-Wide Quad HD+ display panel with resolution of 3840 x 1600 pixels and a colour gamut covering 99% of the sRGB colour space. The above mentioned model will be ideal for high quality content creators such as YouTubers.
The company also claimed that it can serve the data crunchers and perform multi-task quite efficiently. One interesting feature is the inclusion of USB Type-C port which will not only be used to transfer data but through which one could also charge his devices supporting USB Type-C. Another welcome addition is the ability to customise colour settings through onscreen control software and My Display Preset settings. Moreover, the 38UC99 will also boast 10W built-in Bluetooth speakers coupled with one millisecond Motion Blur Reduction technology.
Coming to the gaming monitor, the 34UC79G also feature the same Motion Blur Reduction technology with extra refreshed frame rates. Other than that, it will also come with Black Stabilizer which will allow users to detect darker objects hidden in hard to see areas, as per LG. For the fast paced gameplay, the 34UC79G will have Dynamic Action Sync paired with AMD FreeSynch to reduce stuttering and screen tearing.
Additionally, LG claims that it will also feature a crosshair option which will help increase accuracy during FPS games and to prevent drag resistance often caused by the mouse cable, it will come with a mouse line hook.