LG announced a set of curved monitors at CES 2016 this week, revealing the 34UC98 an UltraWide 21:9 aspect ratio which has IPS technology and a WQHD resolution of 3,440 x 1,440, and 99% of the sRGB colour space at 30 nits of brightness.

The panel is sized at 34-inches but features the same field of view as a 37-inch screen, allowing for better multitasking with a four-screen split feature.

Users will also be able to connect two separate devices simultaneously to that same monitor. The monitor also supports AMD’s FreeSync technology and can be mounted to a VESA-compatible mount.

No pricing or availability has been announced for the LG 34UC98 yet.

LG also unveiled a 27-inch 4K display that can be connected to laptops, convertibles and tablets via its USB-C, using a single USB cable to deliver power, video and data.

This should mean that you can keep your desk clutter free, as the monitor takes up less space, and requires less cables.

 

 

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