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LG 38UC99 38 inch Curved Ultrawide (3840x1600) monitor - £929 @ Amazon (DOTD)
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A lot of screen for a lot of money.
This should cost less. You can get their 4K HDR 10bit model for same price. I’m still voting got for the price vs elsewhere but the other model (only 1 UK retailer has stock) is much better!
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robertvan12 m ago

At this price, it's 4k or bust.

bust
At this price, it's 4k or bust.
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Acer X34A Ultrawide IPS Monitor £799.97 @ Amazon
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The cheapest I’ve seen this. Out of stock but will ship when it’s available. Possibly with the new Acer and ASUS flagships due in Q1/Q2 next year these will see further price drop… Read more
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stuartfifescotland24th Dec 2017

No, you don't. I have one of these on my desk right now - matched with a …No, you don't. I have one of these on my desk right now - matched with a single 1070 and everything I have played (Prey, Wolfenstein 2 and Elite Dangerous) run perfectly.Ultrawide is a one way street though - once you have experienced one there simply is no going back to a standard monitor.


but what is better that or two monitors (which is cheaper)?
HDR?
RedRain2 h, 41 m ago

Nope hear ghosting is a issue as its a va panel


I hear that as well ... Tweaking settings could resolve the ghosting apparently. The majority of reviews on youtube and forums tend to pick the x34a however the z35p is usually more expensive always. A couple have picked z35p over x34a ... I wonder if matching price would change opinions of reviewers hmm Thanks for the reply
LG 29UM69G-B 29" Ultrawide Gaming monitor With FreeSync 5ms GTG - 2560x1080  Around £209.15 @ Amazon Spain
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I have an older model with a bigger stand and without Freesync and I love it. You do require that bit of extra GPU power over the standard 1920x1080 res, which is made up to 2560x… Read more
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This price has now raised to £278
The one I ordered turned up today. Checking out the box contents before wrapping it up for Christmas. Unsurprisingly it's a Euro plug in the box. The screen is powered by a laptop type supply that takes a cloverleaf plug on the input side. I have a spare one from an old laptop which works fine. If you don't have one (and have ordered the monitor) you'll need one of these amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1 or just chop the plug off and put a UK one on. HDMI cable included in the box, but no displayport cable, if you want to connect it that way. I sneakily hooked my laptop to it before putting away, no dead pixels and quite frankly it looks amazing.
stuartw43 m ago

I am looking for a monitor when working from home (so only a little TV …I am looking for a monitor when working from home (so only a little TV watching I'm thinking an ultrawide will help display things side by side, such as excel and chrome.Is this Monitor is overkill for me?Thanks


Should be a good fit, seems to come with software for splitting the screen into workspaces, or with windows you can just drag apps to each side to automatically arrange them
I am looking for a monitor when working from home (so only a little TV watching
I'm thinking an ultrawide will help display things side by side, such as excel and chrome.

Is this Monitor is overkill for me?

Thanks
I've been testing the 25" (older) version of this monitor for a few days now. I think it's worth mentioning that Amazon Prime Video supports 21:9 native 1080p in Microsoft's Edge Browser - but obviously only for content shot in that resolution. Unsure about the current situation regarding Netflix.

Useful links:
reddit.com/r/u…ce/
flawlesswidescreen.org
chrome.google.com/web…=en
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LG 34UM69G 34 inch 1ms 75Hz Ultrawide IPS Gaming Monitor (2560 x 1080, HDMI, DisplayPort, 250 cd/m2, AMD Freesync) £289.97 @amazon.co.uk
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A decent price for this hugely wide gaming monitor Out of stock currently. But maybe more will come into stock?
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Gormond6 m ago

Not that close to 4k, 5.0 MP compared to 8.3 MP (3440 x 1440 vs 3840 x …Not that close to 4k, 5.0 MP compared to 8.3 MP (3440 x 1440 vs 3840 x 2160).


suppose. 1080p is 2MP so a big jump from that anyway.
MIDURIX51 m ago

1440 vertical pixels would be nice, but then the resolution would be very …1440 vertical pixels would be nice, but then the resolution would be very close to 4k in terms of pixel count, so you would need a 1070/1080.


Not that close to 4k, 5.0 MP compared to 8.3 MP (3440 x 1440 vs 3840 x 2160).
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Gormond7 h, 44 m ago

Aren't people normally right in front of a monitor?Personally I would want …Aren't people normally right in front of a monitor?Personally I would want 1440p at that size but if your fine with the lower ppi it's a good deal.


1440 vertical pixels would be nice, but then the resolution would be very close to 4k in terms of pixel count, so you would need a 1070/1080.
MIDURIX3 h, 6 m ago

Depends how close your are to it.


Aren't people normally right in front of a monitor?

Personally I would want 1440p at that size but if your fine with the lower ppi it's a good deal.
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mtc125 m ago

which makes it .............. 1080p (1080 horizontal lines of vertical …which makes it .............. 1080p (1080 horizontal lines of vertical resolution with progressive scan)


"1080p (1920×1080 px; also known as Full HD or FHD and BT.709)"
en.m.wikipedia.org/wik…80p

This screen is 2560x1080 therfor not 1080p
LG 38UC99 Curved 38 inch IPS Ultrawide monitor 75Hz £899.99 (£911.69 delivered) @ Overclockers UK
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Been waiting for this monitor to drop in price since it came out and this is the cheapest I've ever seen it in the UK so far at around a £250 discount (everyone else is still selli… Read more
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FBTurtle15 m ago

*Reaches in back pocket for that spare 900 quid lying around* errr no


LOL I feel ya on that -- payday is early next week for me, will be on a diet of Pot Noodles until then
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candyman869 m ago

Still happy with my SE790C. Waiting for a 4k HDR ultrawide panel before I …Still happy with my SE790C. Waiting for a 4k HDR ultrawide panel before I upgrade me thinks


Kind of agree there -- it was a throw-down between the 32UD99 and this monitor for me. This one is cheaper and has a lot more workspace for similar money and I'd much rather have the extra real estate of an Ultrawide (I can take the slight hit on the resolution and can live without HDR for now until it catches on more in the PC space). But different strokes for different folks...
Still happy with my SE790C. Waiting for a 4k HDR ultrawide panel before I upgrade me thinks
BenQ XR3501 35" UltraWide 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor £399.96 @ Ebuyer
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Ultrawide 144Hz curved monitor currently £58 off via Ebuyer. Next cheapest I can see is Amazon for around £420 2000R Ultra Curve + 144Hz Refresh Rate21:9 Ultra wide & High Res… Read more
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johnthehuman22nd Nov

I guess it's subjective, if you can use the sides peripherally it's …I guess it's subjective, if you can use the sides peripherally it's probably ok. I've got a naturally wide fov so I can "see" the blurry stretched edges quite easily and it's off-putting. Plus I'd be massively disappointed if I paid extra for a big monitor, and extra for a better GPU to push those frames, if the only 'extra' bits are stretchy off screen blur

Don't know what games or monitors you have used but the extra horizontal pixels are exactly the same quality as the rest. This hints that you probably haven't used or owned one. They are not stretched nor blurry. I wouldn't return to a standard wide-screen after going to a 1440p ultra wide-screen. Destiny 2, Doom, Prey, RB6 Seige etc all look fantastic and provide extra immersion.
thelagmonster2 h, 57 m ago

Being sat a metre away from a monitor is unusual, but even then, the pixel …Being sat a metre away from a monitor is unusual, but even then, the pixel density on this monitor will be quite noticeable, especially compared to a standard 24" 1920x1080 monitor.


I use the desk for more than just a computer, and the obvious place for the monitor is at the back of it. My desk is probably bigger than average but it's not huge, maybe 1.5m by 0.9m excluding the pull-out keyboard tray. I bought it a couple of decades ago when large CRTs were common but the extra depth is so useful I'd buy the same size again today if it broke.

I use 1920x1200 24" monitor right now and the pixel density is just too high. I have to leave a good 20cm between the back of it's stand and the rear edge of it's desk to distinguish between small details such as a full stop and a comma. I wish I'd bought a 27" at the time.

I've never tried a monitor of this DPI, but I had briefly had a 32" 1920x1080 TV set up and while that is too coarse, it's not too coarse by much.
thelagmonster2 h, 57 m ago

Ultrawide or not, £400 for a monitor with a lower pixel density than those …Ultrawide or not, £400 for a monitor with a lower pixel density than those you can pickup for £100 or so just strikes me as poor value for money. Much better off going with either a 29" ultrawide at this resolution and saving some cash, or investing a bit more and going for a 35" ultrawide at 1440p.



That's an absurd comparison. It's always been resolution and size that has determined cost, not pixel density.

A 29" 2560x1080 screen is the same 96dpi as my current monitor and just wouldn't be ideal for me, and a 34" 3440x1440 is even worse.

I'd go for a 34" 5120x2160 and use 2x scaling to get the same sizing as 2560x1080, but the panel manufacturers haven't started producing them yet.


If these screens don't work for you that's fine, I just get tired of people commenting that they're rubbish because of that.
It is subjective. If you pixel peep this isn't for you. I have the 3200 version of this which is the same but normal aspect ratio and I love it. It makes running most games at 144hz achievable with a lower graphics card and perfectly fits my needs. I use a 1070gtx and feel like it's a great combo, even better if you run amd.

It's worth noting that I came to this monitor from an LG ultra wide 1440p IPS panel. But for me the high refresh outweighs pixels. This is completely subjective but not as simple as you may think for a gamer
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EndlessWaves2 h, 4 m ago

That depends entirely on your viewing distance. It may look awful on your …That depends entirely on your viewing distance. It may look awful on your desk if you're sat 50-60cm away, but it would be perfect for mine where I'm sat 90-100cm away.


Being sat a metre away from a monitor is unusual, but even then, the pixel density on this monitor will be quite noticeable, especially compared to a standard 24" 1920x1080 monitor. Anyone upgrading from one of those to this may very well be disappointed in image quality.

Ultrawide or not, £400 for a monitor with a lower pixel density than those you can pickup for £100 or so just strikes me as poor value for money. Much better off going with either a 29" ultrawide at this resolution and saving some cash, or investing a bit more and going for a 35" ultrawide at 1440p.
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I guess it's subjective, if you can use the sides peripherally it's probably ok. I've got a naturally wide fov so I can "see" the blurry stretched edges quite easily and it's off-putting.

Plus I'd be massively disappointed if I paid extra for a big monitor, and extra for a better GPU to push those frames, if the only 'extra' bits are stretchy off screen blur
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Acer x34a 34" Ultrawide Monitor (Ips panel, 3440 x 1440, Gsync, upto 100hz overclock) £726.74 at Acer
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hanpan9994 h, 24 m ago

Please, link me one.EDIT - I may as well tell you why you're wrong... …Please, link me one.EDIT - I may as well tell you why you're wrong... You're most likely thinking of 2560 x 1080 resolution 144Hz monitors which do exist. However, OP has linked a 3440 x 1440 resolution (UWQHD) monitor, for which models can only be found up to 100Hz, since 3440 x 1400 at 144Hz has long been beyond our capabilities and only now are they in the process of getting these types of monitors out into production (they haven't been released yet). So yes, what OP has linked is a good deal, particularly as it is an IPS panel.


Yes it seems as if I was misinformed. You are indeed correct 3440*1400 tends to come at 100HZ, whilst the 2560*1440 come at 144HZ, sorry about that, guess I learnt something now today
Mmaallek30 m ago

LG and Samsung both have monitors with those specs.


Please, link me one.

EDIT - I may as well tell you why you're wrong... You're most likely thinking of 2560 x 1080 resolution 144Hz monitors which do exist. However, OP has linked a 3440 x 1440 resolution (UWQHD) monitor, for which models can only be found up to 100Hz, since 3440 x 1400 at 144Hz has long been beyond our capabilities and only now are they in the process of getting these types of monitors out into production (they haven't been released yet). So yes, what OP has linked is a good deal, particularly as it is an IPS panel.
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RedRain9 h, 23 m ago

Indeed their is always one in every thread as another poster was saying …Indeed their is always one in every thread as another poster was saying their are no ultra wides that can do 144mhz at 1440p at the moment due to bandwith limits i believe on the DP


There's quite a few...
Now seems to have jumped to £899.99 just as I was placing my order...
Bravo Acer.
hanpan99912 h, 10 m ago

Good luck finding an UWQHD 144Hz monitor in production.


LG and Samsung both have monitors with those specs.
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LG 29UM68  29" Ultrawide Monitor £204.99 @ Amazon
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Seems like a great deal for those looking for a decent monitor for work / casual gaming.
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I've been looking at getting an ultrawide and gutted I missed out on the £170 deal, reckon I go for this or wait for this friday to see if it gets any cheaper?
neils315 h, 31 m ago

I got this when it was £170, no issues what so ever and is excellent for …I got this when it was £170, no issues what so ever and is excellent for gaming price check


So did I. Guess we won't see those prices again for quite a while.
daastle16 m ago

Most ultrawides are 2560 x 1080 ,which on a screen around 27 inches makes …Most ultrawides are 2560 x 1080 ,which on a screen around 27 inches makes pixels pretty noticeable


Not really. The diagonals aren't comparable between different aspect ratios, so a 29" 2560x1080 has the reference 96dpi, the same as a 1920x1080 23" screen.
HavocLP11 h, 30 m ago

Highly disagree. Just imagine, you can play two porn at once! Side by side.


But look at the Girth.
EndlessWaves7 m ago

What do you mean by 2k? 1920x1080 or 2560x1440?If the former then it's …What do you mean by 2k? 1920x1080 or 2560x1440?If the former then it's essentially the same sized monitor but with extra space on the sides. Not 'real' 2k? In what sense?


Most ultrawides are 2560 x 1080 ,which on a screen around 27 inches makes pixels pretty noticeable
LG 29UM68-P 29" ultrawide monitor £77.99 at Viking Direct
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Seems a good deal for a 2560x1080 monitor of this size. Not my personal preference of aspect ratio, though..
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Can some one please get me this sorted ? cannot send him any msg coz need to be more active on website ech...i just need such monitor asap
ianbeany1 h, 32 m ago

I used one of Franks codes and it then added to basket just fine.Thanks …I used one of Franks codes and it then added to basket just fine.Thanks Frank

What code? 🤔
yozzman123420 m ago

If anyone is from the northwest there is a brand new one on gumtree for …If anyone is from the northwest there is a brand new one on gumtree for £100 .


That's a completely different monitor.
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Acer 34" B346CK 2k Quad HD UltraWide Monitor 3440x1440 Resolution £349.97 @ Laptops direct
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Dirt cheap at the moment from this seller, probably shifting the last of their stock but a great price for a 1440 ultrawide as long as you don't need multiple HDMI ports or gaming … Read more
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roakes12th Nov

Great, very happy with it!


I am pleased to hear you received your monitor, and that it is working well. I wasn't as lucky, and received my 'no longer available' email today Oh, well. Worth a shot. Thanks for sharing the deal
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kanzzz11th Nov

great stuff, how the picture quality? considering upgrading from 29 …great stuff, how the picture quality? considering upgrading from 29 ultrawide...


Great, very happy with it!
roakes15 h, 24 m ago

It's great and actually has 2x HDMI instead of 1x as listed


I think one is HDMI, another is HDMI with MHL.
LG 25UM58 25" Ultrawide IPS Gaming Monitor - £147.98 @ Ebuyer
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Display 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 Resolu… Read more
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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.
Price seems typical, plus imo I think 25" is too small as an ultrawide.
I will wait for Black Friday, when I should be able to get a monitor like this for less than £100. Not long now
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
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LG  34UC79G 34" Ultrawide £100 off £388.99 @ Overclockers
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Use the discount code 'LG100' at the checkout to get £100 off. A really great monitor for the price, even better if you have an AMD graphics card to support freesync. Key featur… Read more
zeppovendetta8 h, 45 m ago

I have this monitor, and have used 1440p on a 16:9 and can confirm that …I have this monitor, and have used 1440p on a 16:9 and can confirm that the extra FOV and high refresh rate > some more unobservable dots on the screen. If you want 21:9 at around this price point the resolution is by far and away the best compromise to make, particularly as driving a 1440p ultrawide at reasonably high settings and fast refresh rate requires a minor behemoth of a PC.


For me as I only game on PS4, I would prefer 1440P although this price is tempting. I'd need to see the resolution and compare.
When I ordered my first 21:9 (happened to be an LG) monitor I was overall impressed. Being the same resolution as this it wasn't too bad at the time with my GTX970. But it was the lack of vertical height which eventually pushed me back to a 16:9 27" 1440p.
My Son uses it and he does love the aspect ration and not bothered at all about the height.

I have just ordered another UW but this one is a 34" 3440x1440 with a VA panel and it is curved. My Ti1080 should be fine with it.

To me it is the only time having a curved screen makes sense, wit ha monitor. With an IPS panel that is more so as it angles the corners and edges towards you to minimise the IPS glow.
This is a good buy and hopefully you will get a good panel, although that can be a lottery.
LG customer support were not good when I needed them when I had my monitor.

Heat added.
People always have to have their say when it comes to resolution, don't they?
solarfreak35 m ago

I know this is £100 more, but how does this Iiyama 34" compare to this LG?


OOS now, but it would have been much better considering the resolution.
I know this is £100 more, but how does this Iiyama 34" compare to this LG?
LG 25UM58-P 25-Inch 21:9 UltraWide FHD IPS Monitor, £129.99 from ebuyer
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Amazon price match, free delivery. 21:9 Ultrawide Full HD IPS Panel HDMI x2 5ms Response Time Dynamic Action Sync
kantaroo30th Sep

I was looking for an ultrawide monitor and this looked attractive, but I …I was looking for an ultrawide monitor and this looked attractive, but I need a vertical height of no more than 15'' including stand. My study is in the loft and the sloping roof is restrictive...Sadly it seems these won't fit; does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks in advance!




Take the stand off and attach it to the wall.
cpioi17 h, 46 m ago

You can get a 27 inch, fhd, 300cd, VGA, DVI , hdmi, speakers, 1ms from …You can get a 27 inch, fhd, 300cd, VGA, DVI , hdmi, speakers, 1ms from novatech for less than £10 more. Plus it's not an aspect ration that will cause you problems in the games you play.

The whole point is the aspect ratio, once you go ultrawide, you won’t go back. I’ve got a 34” dell ultrawide, best monitor I’ve used.
Decent monitor, bought in amazon for this price a couple weeks ago. Note that the stand is not adjustable in height. Also, it does not have speakers, unlike some bigger models in the same range.
kantaroo1 h, 30 m ago

I was looking for an ultrawide monitor and this looked attractive, but I …I was looking for an ultrawide monitor and this looked attractive, but I need a vertical height of no more than 15'' including stand. My study is in the loft and the sloping roof is restrictive...Sadly it seems these won't fit; does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks in advance!

Move the desk away from the wall? Seriously, 15" height is too little space for a decent sized monitor with a stand.
price gone up to £149.99? it's £129.99 on Amazon now amazon.co.uk/LG-…B2K
LG 25UM58-P 25-Inch 21:9 UltraWide FHD IPS Monitor, £129.99 @ amazon
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140GBP, now.
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LG 25 Inch 21:9 UltraWide FHD IPS Monitor £129.99 @ Amazon
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Yep, it's dropped back down to £129.99! Very good deal for an IPS ultrawide. 21:9 UltraWide FHD on IPS Display 21:9 UltraWide FHD (2560*1080) display offers visual comfort and … Read more
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Giving it a go
Excellent monitor BUT, I have one this with has display port input. I do recommend Mac users to get display port model one.
Nevasleep1 h, 6 m ago

No, this monitor would be tiny at that distance, and most movies will have …No, this monitor would be tiny at that distance, and most movies will have black bars. This monitor is meant to go on a desk, for gaming or to show multiple windows.


You’re probably right! Maybe a 32” monitor might be better, especially for word processing. Wish I had room for a desk
Tomhardy742 m ago

Hoping for some input guys. I currently have an old 32” Toshiba TV (1080p) …Hoping for some input guys. I currently have an old 32” Toshiba TV (1080p) at the end of my bed that I have connected up to my HTPC for both watching movies and for university coursework. Would this be a good buy to replace the aging (10+ year) TV? Thanks


No, this monitor would be tiny at that distance, and most movies will have black bars. This monitor is meant to go on a desk, for gaming or to show multiple windows.
Hoping for some input guys.

I currently have an old 32” Toshiba TV (1080p) at the end of my bed that I have connected up to my HTPC for both watching movies and for university coursework. Would this be a good buy to replace the aging (10+ year) TV?

Thanks
LG 25-Inch 21:9 UltraWide FHD IPS Monitor £159.97 @ Amazon
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Looks cool, and seems good price. Thats IPS and 21:9 Ultrawide 21:9 UltraWide FHD (2560*1080) display offers visual comfort and ensures your best viewing pleasure. There is no co… Read more
you posted this deal as price went up
That's not how this website works..
Got one in front of me now. Great monitor for my work needs.
pheyshunt11 m ago

[Image] used to be £129.99


bought two fro that price only last month

gone up £30 pffffttt lol
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LG 25UM58-P UltraWide 25-Inch 21:9 FHD IPS Monitor Display - £129.99 @ Amazon
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Good monitor at a good price. 2 HDMI ports, headphone output jack, built-in speakers and, VESA mount at the back. Was posted recently by Buzz at same price but from eBuyer. h… Read more
Was this price on Prime Day, but not part of that promotion anyway. It's a good display but the strange aspect makes it very small for a 25" monitor, similar height to a normal 20-21" display and you wouldn't really notice until it's too late.
Just an FYI. It doesn't have built in speakers, it has a 3.5 jack port in the back. To plug speakers into it
LG 29UM68 29" Ultrawide IPS Monitor - £169.97 @ Amazon
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LG 29UM68 29" Ultrawide IPS Monitor (2560x1080, 2x HDMI, DP, Speakers) Lowest ever price https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/LG-Ultrawide-Monitor-2560x1080-Speakers/product/B01BFH194W
Thanks OP. Great screen. Really wanted one. Now I have one.
I just got back from holiday and will be installing the monitor today. If I don't like the aspect ration, would anyone in London be interested in buying it?
TheOak

Still waiting on mine, how many people in the same boat?


Yep.
Still waiting on mine, how many people in the same boat?
iz12345678919 h, 55 m ago

Does anyone know what's the resell value at CEX or game for this …Does anyone know what's the resell value at CEX or game for this monitor...?


It was £4000, seriously if you want to try scab a profit on a deal, do your own research
LG 25UM58 25" Ultrawide IPS Gaming Monitor - £129.99 - eBuyer
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Ive just ordered the 29" version which is available at £169.97 from prime on a 2-5 week wait (European warehouse?)
Same price on Amazon now
AzeemB

So if a 4K 16:9 3840 x 2160 monitor is 3840 pixels wide and this is 2560 … So if a 4K 16:9 3840 x 2160 monitor is 3840 pixels wide and this is 2560 wide, a 4K monitor would still be better visually? (ignoring price difference in monitors)



That depends on a whole variety of factors.

For a start 3840x2160 can be used on both large monitors and small monitors. The former is just more space, essentially a 2x2 grid of 1920x1080 screens without the bezels. The equivalent sizing to this would be a 40" 3840x2160 screen.

On smaller monitors it would be too high a resolution to use normally but computers are shifting from the old method and allowing pixels to be used to add more detail instead of more space. This is known as Retina on MacOS and HiDPI or Scaling on Windows. OS Support is pretty good these days, but there are still some programs that don't support it and show up as unusably small.

The best results for the second type are from using 2x/200% scaling which means 3840x2160 offers the same sizing of on screen elements (text etc.) as 1920x1080.

The ideal HiDPI alternatives for other resolutions are still fairly scarce so if you're considering a 32" monitor then you can't yet get 5120x2880, if you went for a 3840x2160 screen you'd use it with the 1.5x/150% scaling setting to get 2560x1440 equivalent. Whether that would be better would depend on how many programs were actually taking advantage of the extra pixels and how many were just being scaled up, and how tolerant you were of the slight blur of the scaled programs.

In short:

~46" - It'll be identical to a 2x2 grid of 1920x1080 monitors but without the bezels.

~23" - The majority of programs will either look identical (if they scale up) or better (if they take advantage of it) but there will be a few that aren't compatible that you'll need to find replacements for.

~32" - Those that scale up will look worse, those that take advantage of it will look better and those that don't support it will be larger and marginally less unusable.

All of the above sizes are for normal viewing distances, if you're sitting closer than normal as the monitor in this deal is designed for then adjust the sizes downwards. Circa 40", 20" and 26". And vice versa if you're sitting further away.
imagineS

PS4 Compatible?



With huge black bars
luiznevesfontes

Would it be good for photo editing?



I might be wrong but I think photo editors look for 16:9 or even 16:10 monitors (if they still make them) in regards to aspect ratio
LG 29UM68 29" Ultrawide IPS Monitor at Amazon for £169.97
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oops moment here...i have a 6 year old dell desktop..............vga out only by the looks of it...............can i get a cable that will convert vga to dp? if so what type..where from...

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Arrived yesterday, earlier than expected.
10 minutes and up and running, looks good. Will try to calibrate it sometime.
YourUserNameIsTaken

Ordered. 'Usually dispatched within 2 to 5 weeks' - shame


Yippee. Amazon must have found stock. Arrived today.

BTW it does have speakers - took a little of config to get it working but all good. Loving this monitor!
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Just finished setting up the monitor - it looks fantastic!
basith994

I bought this from Currys on Sunday they had one left and a display one … I bought this from Currys on Sunday they had one left and a display one too (Bare in mind some stores have display models but won't show online so you may be able to get the display one off them) do you think they'll refund me the price difference as I paid £249.97



pothead13

i want to cry paid £260 2 weeks ago



If you bought a new, unopened one today at £170 - couldn't you return it with the receipt from the earlier purchase (as long as it was within the 30 day? limit for a full refund - as long as you leave the newer one unopened) ?
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