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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ViewSonic VP2468 Full HD model for colour-critical work

IPS (In Plane Switching) and IPS-type (PLS, AHVA etc.) panels are the preferred choice for colour-critical work due to their relatively strong colour consistency and viewing angle performance. The ViewSonic VP2468 uses the popular 23.8” IPS-type panel size and places it in very sleek-looking housing. The bezels feature a dual-stage design, with extremely thin hard outer plastic component and a very slim panel border.

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Dell U2917W and U3417W UltraWide monitors

Since the introduction of the first 21:9 monitors, including the Dell U2913WM, there have been many developments in this sector. Larger screens, the introduction of various levels of curvature and higher resolutions and refresh rates. Dell have now refreshed their UltraWide line-up with replacements for both the U2913WM and U3415W. The U2917W is a replacement for the former, again featuring a flat 29” screen with 1920 x 1080 resolution.

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AOC U3277PWQU with ‘4K’ UHD MVA panel

The 3840 x 2160 ‘4K’ UHD resolution has a lot to offer, especially on a ~32” screen where the balance between readability and pixel density is relatively good. For users wanting the strong contrast and lack of ‘IPS glow’ that VA (Vertical Alignment) technology offers, the choice of UHD models has been quite overwhelming. So far, in fact, they have been limited to monitors using 40” or so panels that borrowed from TVs.

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Acer XB271HU and XB271HUT 165Hz WQHD AHVA models

Some users may be a little confused as to why we are bringing ‘news’ of the Acer XB271HU several months after its release. As it happens, we never published a news piece on this as we were expecting to have reviewed it by now. Unfortunately, a review sample of this never materialised despite repeated requests to Acer, so here we are.

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Dell U2417H InfinityEdge display

The Dell U2414H is a favourite amongst those after a Full HD monitor with strong all-round performance, a smart and unfussy look and good ergonomic adjustability. The Dell U2417H (U2417HA if you go for the option with monitor arm) is the eagerly awaited follow-up to this model. With such big boots to fill, Dell have decided to adopt their catchy moniker of ‘InfinityEdge’ which is used on some of their other devices (noteably certain XPS laptops).

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