LG showcased a 34-inch 21:9 monitor with an UltraWide QHD-resolution at its CES stand. This resolution is 2.5x that of Full HD, or 3440x1440 pixels. The new LG 34UM95 features one of LG's own IPS-panels and has a Thunderbolt 2-interface. The screen is factory calibrated to sRGB at a 99% precision.
Not sure there's much point since 4K displays are inbound.
it comes down to personal preference. The 21:9 resolution for 4K screens is actually 5k @ 5120 x 2160 . At that resolution it would be better to move to a 40" version giving roughly 32" 16:9 height but two monitors wide with no Bezel and still a very high PPI
it will happen soon enough. For now though with this 34" you have easily high enough PPI and the aspect ratio, plus your GPU should be able to handle games a bit better than with a 16:9 4k screen.
This looks like a great monitor to use for multitasking. I may keep an eye of this to avoid desk space constraints as I'm thinking about getting three 1440p monitors. However, I'm still looking for certain information if anyone can provide...
It seems to come with an HDMI cable...can I possibly use a DVI -> HDMI adapter to connect with my video cards?
Thunderbolt and display port should be able to support its full resolution...can HDMI provide that as well at 60Hz or is it forced to 30Hz?
The response seems to be around ~5ms...how is the actual input lag compared to a single input monitor?