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LG Ultrawide 34WL50S-B 34-Inch IPS Monitor (WFHD, HDR10, 2x HDMI, 250 CD/M2, 5ms, AMD Radeon FreeSync) - £244.99 delivered @ Amazon
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LG Ultrawide 34WL50S-B 34-Inch IPS Monitor (WFHD, HDR10, 2x HDMI, 250 CD/M2, 5ms, AMD Radeon FreeSync) - £244.99 delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 14th Feb

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  • 34-Inch ultrawide IPS display
  • 21:9 WFHD 2560 x 1080 resolution
  • Srgb 99% (Type)
  • HDR 10
  • Radeon FreeSync Technology
  • Maxxaudio
  • 3-Side Virtually Borderless Design



LG UltraWide 34WL50S-B 34 Inch 21:9 1080p Full HD IPS Monitor with HDR

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 colour and brightness that exceed the capabilities of ordinary monitors.

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 colour.

OnScreen Control
Take fast, easy control of essential monitor settings including picture, audio and Screen Split with just a few clicks of your mouse.

Dynamic Action Sync - React Faster to Opponents
Minimize input lag with Dynamic Action Sync so gamers can catch every single moment in real-time.

Black Stabilizer - Attack Frist in Dark
Gamers can avoid snipers hiding in the darkest places and quickly escape situations when the flash explodes.

Crosshair - Better Aim
The target point is fixed in the center to enhance shooting accuracy.

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Qq12121214/02/2020 07:16

1080pon 34 inch will look baf



Whilst it is usually right to suggest that 1080p isn't good at this screen size you are incorrect here in saying the 1080 is at fault as it's an ultrawide. 1080 is fine as the screen height isn't greater than most 24" monitors so those 1080 vertical pixels still produce a sharp image as they are no further apart than a normal 24". The 2560 horizontal pixels may be stretched though. I have the 29" version and it works well for my gaming purposes (nothing rippingly fast) but stretching those same number of pixels another 5" across will reduce the image quality therefore reducing the overall sharpness.

You can look at pixel density. normal 24" (1920x1080) has about 91 PPI whilst my 29" (2560x1080) has 95 PPI so bigger monitor with the same 1080p but better pixel density therefore sharper image.
Edited by: "tighty" 14th Feb
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I would suggest this is too big for that resolution. You can pay a little bit more and get 3440 x 1440p with similar or better specs.
1080pon 34 inch will look baf
Qq12121214/02/2020 07:16

1080pon 34 inch will look baf



Whilst it is usually right to suggest that 1080p isn't good at this screen size you are incorrect here in saying the 1080 is at fault as it's an ultrawide. 1080 is fine as the screen height isn't greater than most 24" monitors so those 1080 vertical pixels still produce a sharp image as they are no further apart than a normal 24". The 2560 horizontal pixels may be stretched though. I have the 29" version and it works well for my gaming purposes (nothing rippingly fast) but stretching those same number of pixels another 5" across will reduce the image quality therefore reducing the overall sharpness.

You can look at pixel density. normal 24" (1920x1080) has about 91 PPI whilst my 29" (2560x1080) has 95 PPI so bigger monitor with the same 1080p but better pixel density therefore sharper image.
Edited by: "tighty" 14th Feb
tighty14/02/2020 07:31

Whilst it is usually right to suggest that 1080p isn't good at this screen …Whilst it is usually right to suggest that 1080p isn't good at this screen size you are incorrect here in saying the 1080 is at fault as it's an ultrawide. 1080 is fine as the screen height isn't greater than most 24" monitors so those 1080 vertical pixels still produce a sharp image as they are no further apart than a normal 24". The 2560 horizontal pixels may be stretched though. I have the 29" version and it works well for my gaming purposes (nothing rippingly fast) but stretching those same number of pixels another 5" across will reduce the image quality therefore reducing the overall sharpness.You can look at pixel density. normal 24" (1920x1080) has about 91 PPI whilst my 29" (2560x1080) has 95 PPI so bigger monitor with the same 1080p but better pixel density therefore sharper image.


Came here to say exactly this. I've got both a 29" 2560x1080 as well as a 34" 2560x1080 and they're both fine. I prefer the extra fps on the 34" (144hz via G-Sync) much more than what the resolution would add. And yes, I used to have a 34" 3440x1440, and I prefer a higher framerate than resolution, for both work and gaming.
fazered14/02/2020 06:28

I would suggest this is too big for that resolution. You can pay a little …I would suggest this is too big for that resolution. You can pay a little bit more and get 3440 x 1440p with similar or better specs.


That's nonesene had 35 inch at that resolution and is perfect for gaming and more than decent office task, and can be powered in games by anything over a 1060 3 Gb.
Personally for me 82 PPI is too low.

I upgraded from 24" 1080p (92 PPI) to a 27" 1080p (82 PPI) and it is was awful, very pixely. I then went to a 31.5" 1440p (93 PPI) and it was far better.
I would expect 3440 x 1440 at this size really - it's not just gaming, you typically use it for productivity too, 29" UltraWide at 2560 x 1080 is fine. In the same way I wouldn't by a normal 27" widescreen unless it was 1440p.
For this sized screen what should one look for as a minimum PPI for general (non-gaming) use?

Thanks.
cheekster14/02/2020 10:39

For this sized screen what should one look for as a minimum PPI for …For this sized screen what should one look for as a minimum PPI for general (non-gaming) use?Thanks.



I'd pay the extra £50 for 3440x1440:

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Horrorwood14/02/2020 11:17

I'd pay the extra £50 for …I'd pay the extra £50 for 3440x1440:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-LS34J550WQUXEN-34-Inch-LED-Monitor/dp/B07J4CZYND


That looks good but no HDR10.
cheekster14/02/2020 11:22

That looks good but no HDR10.


I highly doubt this can display any type of HDR accurately to be honest.
cheekster14/02/2020 10:39

For this sized screen what should one look for as a minimum PPI for …For this sized screen what should one look for as a minimum PPI for general (non-gaming) use?Thanks.


For any screen I would aim at 90 PPI minimum.
Horrorwood14/02/2020 11:17

I'd pay the extra £50 for …I'd pay the extra £50 for 3440x1440:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-LS34J550WQUXEN-34-Inch-LED-Monitor/dp/B07J4CZYND


Do you know if you are able to split screens like the LG versions?
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