LG 34UM68 34-Inch Ultrawide Height Adjustable IPS Monitor (2560 x 1080, HDMI, DisplayPort, 300 cd/m2, 5ms, AMD Freesync), £306.05 at amazon
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LG 34UM68 34-Inch Ultrawide Height Adjustable IPS Monitor (2560 x 1080, HDMI, DisplayPort, 300 cd/m2, 5ms, AMD Freesync), £306.05 at amazon

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Found 12th Apr
Lowest price so far from amazon, might help someone.
  • 21:9 UltraWide FHD (2560 x 1080) display offers visual comfort and ensures your ideal viewing pleasure
  • AMD Freesync offers high-end gaming without screen tearing or stuttering that occurs due to the difference between the GPU frame rate and the monitor refresh rate
  • Game mode, consisting of FPS, RTS and Custom modes, provides a customised gaming experience that varies with genres
  • Black stabiliser is especially useful to detect objects including enemies that are hiding in dark areas; dynamic action sync allows you to attack enemies faster with less lag time
  • You are guaranteed an immersive artwork through a sRGB over 99Percent colour space; colour calibration tests are conducted on the production line to ensure colour accuracy
  • There is no colour shift or no distortion of colour at all
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1080P at 34inch wouldnt the picture quality look horrible?
gopolog8621 m ago

1080P at 34inch wouldnt the picture quality look horrible?


It'll have 81PPI. Compare that to 24" @ 1920x1080 which is 91.
For 2560x1080, you'd want 29" which is 95PPI
Edited by: "jony_bobo" 12th Apr
gopolog8613 m ago

1080P at 34inch wouldnt the picture quality look horrible?


No, you need to look at PPI. Screen inch is the diagonal which you can achieve by lengthing the width, whereas 1080 refers to the height.
I'm considering the 29" version of this, would people recommend this model? Reviews seem positive
I have this monitor. It's basically like a 27" 16:9 size, but with extra width on the sides. For ultrawide monitors like this one, you must compare the height to a typical 16:9 monitor to get the correct size definition. So, 34" doesn't mean the same thing as a typical monitors' measurement. Btw, a 29" ultrawide is the equivalent of a 21/22" 16:9 monitor size.

Anyway, I use this monitor for gaming, video work and graphical work. The resolution isn't a problem. It's through Amazon, so, you could order it, check it out, and then return if you don't like it.
Edited by: "imdurc" 12th Apr
ned_ryerson1 h, 55 m ago

I'm considering the 29" version of this, would people recommend this …I'm considering the 29" version of this, would people recommend this model? Reviews seem positive


I bought the 29" last year and I'm very impressed... now considering upgrading to the 34"!

EDIT: Top tip: Putting your Windows taskbar on the left or right, rather than default bottom, gives a lot more real estate.
Edited by: "buggle52" 12th Apr
ned_ryerson3 h, 31 m ago

I'm considering the 29" version of this, would people recommend this …I'm considering the 29" version of this, would people recommend this model? Reviews seem positive


I've had the 29" for about 2 years. No problems at all, great picture quality. Used for PC gaming and design.
I use a dell U3415W which is 3440x1440. I agree that 2560x1080 could look stretched at 34". Best look at some video reviews before buying.
terry_burns8525 m ago

I use a dell U3415W which is 3440x1440. I agree that 2560x1080 could look …I use a dell U3415W which is 3440x1440. I agree that 2560x1080 could look stretched at 34". Best look at some video reviews before buying.


Stretched? What?
I use a 34" 21:9 @ 2560x1080 and really have no issue with the PPI. If you are a pixel snob you may see it but during motion and in games etc the quality is great.
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