LG introduces 49″ monitor with 32:9 ratio and 38″ gaming monitor

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LG announces two new monitors that the company will show at the CES fair in January. It is an ultra-widescreen monitor with a screen diagonal of 49″ and a 32:9 aspect ratio. The manufacturer also comes with a 38″ monitor with 3840×1600 pixels.

The 49WL95C is a 49″ monitor that is intended for various tasks and has a curved IPS panel. The resolution is 5120×1440 pixels, bringing the ppi to 108. The monitor supports picture-in-picture, which means that it displays content The panel can display 99 percent of the sRGB color space and supports HDR10, even though the maximum brightness does not exceed 350cd/m², so the monitor is in any case not eligible for certification with the DisplayHDR standard from VESA; for this a monitor must achieve a minimum brightness of 400cd/m².

LG also comes with the highly gaming-oriented 38GL950G. This monitor has a 21:9 aspect ratio and a curved panel that LG refers to as ‘nano-ips’. The monitor can display 98 percent of the dci-p3 color space, has a resolution of 3840×1600 pixels, supports Nvidia’s G-Sync and has a refresh rate of 144Hz. Users can choose from six different mood settings, controlled on the back of the monitor. According to LG, this can help, among other things, to limit eye fatigue. HDR support seems to be lacking with this monitor.

The South Korean manufacturer will show both screens at CES in Las Vegas, which will be held from January 8-11. LG will probably also announce more specifications and prices.

49WL95C 38GL950G
Aspect ratio 49″, 32:9 38″, 21:9
Resolution 5120×1440 pixels 3840×1600 pixels
Brightness 350cd/m² 450cd/m²
Color space 99 percent srgb 98 percent dci-p3
Connections usb-c x 1, hmdi x 2, dp x 1, 4 x usb 3.0 HDMI x 1, dp x 1, USB 3.0 x 3
Load 85W via USB-C
Foot Tilt and rotate by 5-15 degrees, height is 110mm Tilt by 5-15 degrees, height is 110mm
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