The Latest LG UltraWide Curved LED Display Is an Artist's Dream

The 21:9 monitor has 99% sRGB coverage and 1.8x the display area of a regular ultra-wide screen.

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As media, devices, and games move to higher and higher resolutions, the tech world has adapted by creating monitors capable of displaying the new content. Graduating from 16:9 widescreen aspect ratios to 21:9 ultra-wide ratios, graphic and video professionals have embraced these new screens which give them increased onscreen workspace and a more immersive experience. LG’s latest offering, the 34-inch Class 21:9 UltraWide® WQHD IPS Curved LED Monitor, not only checks the functionality boxes, but the form boxes as well. Its impressive tech specs include a display area 1.8x larger than that of a regular 21:9 monitor, 99% sRGB coverage for artists and device friendly thunderbolt, and USB 3.0 quick charge ports. In the looks department, its brushed metal stand and clean lines have garnered it a 2016 iF Design Award.

To put the monitor to the test, LG paired up with Devin Graham, a videographer who shoots extreme sports in 6K, to film his latest project on Pogo stick riders. Check out the video above as Devin edits and corrects the film, and visit the LG website to learn more about their UltraWide displays.

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