LG 25UM58 25" Ultrawide IPS Gaming Monitor - £147.98 @ Ebuyer

LG 25UM58 25" Ultrawide IPS Gaming Monitor - £147.98 @ Ebuyer

£147.98Ebuyer Deals
Found 7th Nov 2017

  • Size (Inch): 25"
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • Colour Gamut (CIE1931): sRGB over 99%
  • Colour Depth (Number of Colours): 8bit, 16.7M Colours
  • Pixel Pitch (mm): 0.2286x0.2286
  • Resolution: 2560x1080
  • Brightness: 250cd/m2
  • Contrast Ratio: (Original) 1000:1
  • (DFC): Mega
  • Response Time: (GTG) 5ms
  • Viewing Angle: (CR≥10) 178/178

  • HDMI 1.4 x2
  • Headphone Out

  • Type: Adapter
  • Input: 100~240V
  • Normal On (EPA): 24W
  • Normal On (Typ.): 27W
  • Sleep Mode (Max): 0.3W

  • Tilt (Angle): -5°~20°

  • Set (With Stand): W 609 x D 188 x H 383
  • Set (Without Stand): W 609 x D 55 x H 287
  • VESA 75 x 75

  • Picture Mode: Custom, Reader 1, Reader 2, Photo, Cinema, Colour Weakness
  • Ratio: Wide, Original
  • PIP: Included in Screen Split
  • DDC/CI
  • HDCP
  • Key Lock
  • Response Time Control
  • Game Mode
  • DAS Mode
  • Black Stabilizer
  • Flicker Safe
  • Smart Energy Saving
  • Automatic Standby
  • Reader Mode: Included in Picture Mode
  • Six Axis Control
  • Dual Controller
  • Screen Split 2.0 (in OSC)
  • My Display Preset (in OSC)
  • OnScreen Control (OSC)
Community Updates


That's it's standard price. I think occasionally you can get it for £140
Yeah it's always around this on amazon but it's a great monitor for the money.
Got one from amazon warehouse back in July for 77, pretty happy with it, one thing to note about ultra wide is not all video players or games support it, you'll end up with huge black bars either side of the image.
Edited by: "ando" 7th Nov 2017
Using the 29" version now, like it a lot - was £170 from Amazon about 3 months ago, price might drop again for Black Friday
If you get 3 of these, and set up three screen system, you will have an top class entertainment set up
Amazon warehouse for £130 at the moment
Bought this for £129.99 new back in July. Excellent monitor but too small for me, returned it. Went for a 27inch 16:9 and I'm still missing that aspect ratio
I will wait for Black Friday, when I should be able to get a monitor like this for less than £100. Not long now
Price seems typical, plus imo I think 25" is too small as an ultrawide.
I once again feel it necessary to remind people that a 25" ultrawide sounds bigger than it is. It's basically an extra wide 19" 16:9 to give you an idea of how small the height is on the thing. And even on width, a 27" 16:9 is wider.

This is a *very* small monitor.
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