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LG 32UD89 and 32UD99 ‘4K’ UHD monitors

Although personal opinions and experiences vary, when it comes to the ‘4K’ UHD resolution we feel the ~32” screen size works particularly nicely. The LG 32UD89 (32UD89-W with silver stand and 32UD89-P with black stand) and 32UD99 (32UD99-W with silver stand and 32UD99-P with black stand) take some design cues from the visually appealing 27UD68, including the ‘inverted smile’ stand base.

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LG 34UC79G 144Hz IPS UltraWide model

Recent trends in the 21:9 UltraWide market have included a combination of ‘overclocked’ IPS models, running at up to 100Hz. And of course VA models ‘running’ at up to 200Hz without really offering offering sufficient pixel responsiveness to support this properly. The LG 34UC79G (also known as the 34UC79G-B due to the matte black colouration) offers something a bit different – a native 144Hz AH-IPS panel.

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LG 38UC99 37.5 inch curved UltraWide with 3840 x 1600 resolution

Many users find the combination of 34” screen and 3440 x 1440 resolution enticing, offering a nice combination of pixel density and physical screen space. But others find the height in particular (similar to a 27” 16:9 model) a bit restrictive, and want something bigger that maintains a similar ‘UltraWide’ aspect ratio and pixel density. The LG 38UC99 (also known as 38UC99-W or 38UC99-B depending on the colour of the rear) may be just the sort of product these users are interested in.

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LG 34UC98 curved FreeSync UltraWide

Up until now, the UltraWide monitors from LG that support AMD FreeSync have been restricted to 2560 x 1080. For many, that simply isn’t sufficient for a screen of this size. The LG 34UC98 (also known as 34UC98-W) boasts a curved 34” UltraWide screen with 3440 x 1440 resolution, in addition to the inclusion of VESA Adaptive-Sync for AMD FreeSync support.

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LG 34UM88 3440 x 1440 UltraWide model

With all this talk of new curved monitors and something of an emerging trend for even more steeply curved monitors, it’s easy to forget that some users would prefer a flat screen. This may just be a general preference, or alternatively they could have a good reason for wanting that – perhaps they’re designers and they don’t want their work to be adulterated by screen curvature.

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LG 27UD68 ‘4K’ UHD model with FreeSync

The LG 27UD68 (also referred to as the 27UD68-P or 27UD68-W for the black and silver coloured stand, respectively) adds to the ever-expanding range of monitors with VESA Adaptive-Sync. By supporting this standard, the monitor can be used with AMD’s FreeSync variable refresh rate technology to help eliminate stuttering and tearing from transitional frame rate and refresh rate mismatches.

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