Excerpt: When we looked at 29-inch ultra-wide displays last year, we asked for greater size and more pixels. LG answers that request with its 34UM95, a 34-inch panel with a resolution of 3440x1440. Today we run it through our performance and usability analysis.
Conclusion: On prior 21:9 monitors I always felt they had a niche where they worked well, but they weren't a product for everyone. Perhaps it is just using too many 27' monitors at this point, but only having 1080 vertical pixels with such a wide screen feels very limiting. With menu bars and everything else that occupies program windows, you are left with very little vertical space and a plethora of horizontal space.
Conclusion: The new LG 34UM95 is priced like a flagship, but our tests show that performance doesn’t measure up with the MSRP. Aside from resolution, this display comes up short of its predecessor in every other area, as well as less expensive 16:9 displays. The 34UM95 is priced to compete with the best 27-inch 16:9 monitors from Dell and ASUS, but it simply can’t hang with that crowd. That’s a shame, because the monitor is otherwise exceptional.
Pros: 21:9 format makes a strong first impression, Great monitor controls, Plenty of connectivity options
Cons: Stand only tilts, High color inaccuracy for the price, Mediocre contrast and color gamut
Conclusion: The LG34UM95 is an expensive 21:9 monitor, but it pulls out of all of the stops to justify the cost. The basics are done well: from its high colour accuracy to intuitive menu controls. Throw in a wide range of ports and fast response times wrapped up in an eye-catching design, and it offering becomes the 34-inch 21:9 offering to beat. If you prefer the idea of a single monitor to replace your multi-monitor setup, the 34UM95 is an excellent, no-holds-barred option.
Conclusion: When we first plugged the 34UM95 in we were surprised with just how big and wide the screen felt. However, when we connected up a more common 27" 2560 x 1440 to write this conclusion at the end of our testing we were amazed at how small and square it felt by comparison. It takes a couple of days to get used to the size and shape of the LG but once you do it is a nice screen to work and play with.
Pros: Massive screen size, high resolution and comfortable pixel pitch, Good factory calibration and default setup, Effective hardware calibration function
Cons: Limited ergonomic adjustments offered, OSD is slow, clunky and a bit frustrating to use, LG calibrator not that reliable or versatile
Excerpt: Jeg liker denne skjermen. Testet Blur Busters UFO Motion Tests-nettsiden og jeg kunne ikke se noe galt med bildet. Skjermen syncer i 60Hz-testen. Ufoen blir noe mykere i bevegelse. Jeg benytter hele skjermen (3440x1440) til en PC, men har ogsÃ¥ muligheten Ã¥ bruke denne som to stk 1720x1440-skjermer...
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Jeg liker denne skjermen. Testet Blur Busters UFO Motion Tests-nettsiden og jeg kunne ikke se noe galt med bildet. Skjermen syncer i 60Hz-testen.
Pros: StÃ¸rrelse vs pris, Bildeflyt. UWQHD mindre krevende enn UHD (kun 5 Mpix vs UHDs 8 Mpix), 10-bit AH-IPS gir 64x bedre fargegjengivelse enn 8-bits skjermer
Cons: Buede skjermer er oppfunnet. Denne kunne godt hatt det!, Noen spill stÃ¸tter ultra-wide oppsett, andre ikke.
Excerpt: L’écran LG 34UM95 est sans doute le premier moniteur informatique 21:9ème que l’on peut recommander sans trop de souci. Il faut dire que jusqu’ici, les 21:9ème disposaient d’une résolution verticale des plus limitées, mais avec ce magnifique modèle, on a enfin 1440 lignes verticales pour 3440 colonnes. De quoi voir venir. Seulement voilà, toutes les applications ne passent pas sans heurts sur cette dalle IPS.
Pros: Dalle matte, Finition, Design, Rendu des couleurs, Connectique