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LG Ultrawide 34WL50S-B 34-Inch IPS Monitor (2560x1080, 2x HDMI, 250 CD/M2, 5MS, AMD Radeon FreeSync 75hz) - £249.99 delivered @ Amazon
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LG Ultrawide 34WL50S-B 34-Inch IPS Monitor (2560x1080, 2x HDMI, 250 CD/M2, 5MS, AMD Radeon FreeSync 75hz) - £249.99 delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 18th Nov 2019Edited by:"idontflycathay"

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New LG ultrawide monitor for productivity. Lowest price now.

3334242.jpg34” 21:9 WFHD (2560 x 1080) IPS Display / sRGB 99% Color Gamut / HDR 10 / Radeon FreeSync Technology / 3-Side Virtually Borderless Design


HDR 10
Enjoy Breathtaking Clarity
To more fully realize content creators’ vision, this monitor is compatible with industry-standard HDR10 high dynamic range, supporting specific levels of color and brightness that exceed the capabilities of ordinary monitors.

IPS with sRGB 98%

Exceptional Color Fidelity
This monitor, with 99% coverage of the sRGB spectrum, is a great solution for photographers, graphic designers or anyone looking for highly accurate color.


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Free Your Eyes From Distraction
Soak up that gorgeous imagery without the distraction of unsightly borders with an ultra-thin bezel that unites form and function.

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18 Comments
250 quid for a 60hz screen? Not for me ta.
(Not voting hot or cold tho)
BlownGasketBob18/11/2019 14:29

250 quid for a 60hz screen? Not for me ta.(Not voting hot or cold tho)


It’s not that bad?
Is the HDR10 on this any good?
BlownGasketBob18/11/2019 14:29

250 quid for a 60hz screen? Not for me ta.(Not voting hot or cold tho)


Ok, where can we find an ultrawide, IPS with HDR support for less?
Low resolution for such a large screen but it doesn't look too bad a deal
richturner9618/11/2019 14:42

Low resolution for such a large screen but it doesn't look too bad a deal


I have an older version of this and I use it for gaming and the resolution is fine. Images seem mint and gaming on @1080 means you can get away with a cheaper GPU
zinglebarb18/11/2019 14:50

I have an older version of this and I use it for gaming and the resolution …I have an older version of this and I use it for gaming and the resolution is fine. Images seem mint and gaming on @1080 means you can get away with a cheaper GPU


My current monitor is the same resolution and for most things it's brilliant I agree, just looking for a 1440p version for them extra pixels haha
stuellis18/11/2019 14:39

Ok, where can we find an ultrawide, IPS with HDR support for less?


If I wanted to sell you my toe nail clippings for a fiver would you buy them? You cant get them cheaper anywhere else

...like this screen they were also in production three years ago!

I'm just playin man. Don't mean no disrespect
BlownGasketBob18/11/2019 15:05

If I wanted to sell you my toe nail clippings for a fiver would you buy …If I wanted to sell you my toe nail clippings for a fiver would you buy them? You cant get them cheaper anywhere else ...like this screen they were also in production three years ago!I'm just playin man. Don't mean no disrespect


So actually this is a good deal because equivalent cannot be found cheaper? I am not disrespecting but I don’t see the bad deal, this is a lot of monitor for the money. It might not be good for FPS gaming but it might be good for other uses. For me I’m more concerned by the relatively low resolution for the size but then I don’t like 27” 1080p but I’m not holding it against this monitor at this price
Edited by: "stuellis" 18th Nov 2019
BlownGasketBob18/11/2019 15:05

If I wanted to sell you my toe nail clippings for a fiver would you buy …If I wanted to sell you my toe nail clippings for a fiver would you buy them? You cant get them cheaper anywhere else ...like this screen they were also in production three years ago!I'm just playin man. Don't mean no disrespect


How many for a fiver?
stuellis18/11/2019 15:10

So actually this is a good deal because equivalent cannot be found …So actually this is a good deal because equivalent cannot be found cheaper? I am not disrespecting but I don’t see the bad deal, this is a lot of monitor for the money. It might not be good for FPS gaming but it might be good for other uses. For me I’m more concerned by the relatively low resolution for the size but then I don’t like 27” 1080p but I’m not holding it against this monitor at this price


I couldn't decide if it was a hot or cold deal at this price. So commented instead of voting.
All the best
crayzeejon18/11/2019 15:14

How many for a fiver?


Buyer beware: They'll need a degauss, there's some yellowing in the corners.

Heh, "degauss" remember them?
BlownGasketBob18/11/2019 15:18

I couldn't decide if it was a hot or cold deal at this price. So … I couldn't decide if it was a hot or cold deal at this price. So commented instead of voting.All the best


Fair enough
BlownGasketBob18/11/2019 15:21

Buyer beware: They'll need a degauss, there's some yellowing in the …Buyer beware: They'll need a degauss, there's some yellowing in the corners. Heh, "degauss" remember them?



Oh yes. Walking round the office in the 90's pressing the degauss button on monitors of middle aged women and watching them freak out cos they thought I broke their monitor.

They seem to be flogging this as a "productivity" monitor. Hence the lower specs. Not really aimed at gaming as it's primary function. But, as someone who worked off dual monitors for years, I'd still prefer 2x full HD monitors over this. This is like 1.3x full HD monitors .... and more expensive than two basic full HD ones ... no mans land.
sancheez18/11/2019 16:30

Oh yes. Walking round the office in the 90's pressing the degauss button …Oh yes. Walking round the office in the 90's pressing the degauss button on monitors of middle aged women and watching them freak out cos they thought I broke their monitor. They seem to be flogging this as a "productivity" monitor. Hence the lower specs. Not really aimed at gaming as it's primary function. But, as someone who worked off dual monitors for years, I'd still prefer 2x full HD monitors over this. This is like 1.3x full HD monitors .... and more expensive than two basic full HD ones ... no mans land.


We had fat NEC screens that were too close together. Hit the button on one and it screws up the screen next to it, so they'd hit their button too, starting a chain reaction. Like the first person to use windscreen squirters on the motorway.
This sounds like the same spec, minus the HDR, of my current ultrawide and I can highly recommend it. Don't get me wrong, the extra pixel density of a 1440p display is lovely but I have no complaints with this. I can understand why some might not like it. Some things to mention which may sway you - they should come calibrated out of the box with a certificate so it should be ready to go, the stand on this is tilt only and that isn't good, my monitor can overclock to 80hz and run with G-Sync which at least means 80fps ultrawide gaming, if you like it you might want another and fitting two of these on your desk is going to be a challenge!
BlownGasketBob18/11/2019 16:46

We had fat NEC screens that were too close together. Hit the button on …We had fat NEC screens that were too close together. Hit the button on one and it screws up the screen next to it, so they'd hit their button too, starting a chain reaction. Like the first person to use windscreen squirters on the motorway.



We had monitors that made a *dong* noise when they were degaussed, you always knew who started it.

But for this deal, its a lot of screen estate for the money, and if its aimed at spreadsheet/word/browsing HUKD/minesweeper then its fine, especially if the cheap computer its attached to has only one DP or hdmi output.
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