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|Tilt (Angle)||-5 to 20 Degree|
|VESA Compatibility||75 x 75 mm|
|Normal On (Typ.)||56.5 W|
|Power Save/Sleep Mode (Max)||0.5 W|
|DC Off (Max)||0.3 W|
|Input Voltage||100 to 240 V|
|Normal On (EPA 6.0)||31 W|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||30.5 x 16.0 x 5.5"|
|Package Weight||15.8 lb|
|Response Time (GtG)||5 ms|
|Viewing Angles (H/V)||178°/178°|
|Frequency||HDMI: 30-90 KHz (H) / 56-75 Hz (V) DisplayPort: 30-90 KHz (H) / 56-75 Hz (V) (FreeSync 40-75 Hz)|
|Screen Size||29" (736.6 mm)|
|Speakers||2 x 5 W Maxx Audio|
|Ports and Connectors||2 x HDMI 1.4 1 x DisplayPort 1.2 1 x Headphone Out|
|Panel Type||In-Plane Switching (IPS)|
|Color Gamut||sRGB over 99%|
|Color Depth||8-bit (6-bit+FRC), 16.7 Million Colors|
|Pixel Pitch (H x V)||0.2628 x 0.2628 mm|
|Resolution||2560 x 1080|
|Contrast Ratio||Typical: 1,000:1 Dynamic Fine Contrast: Mega|
|Response Time (on/off)||14 ms|
|Weight||With Stand: 11.9 lbs (5.4 kg) Without Stand: 10.6 lbs (4.8 kg)|
|Dimensions||With Stand: 27.7 x 8.1 x 16.3" (702.5 x 204.7 x 414 mm) Without Stand: 27.7 x 2.5 x 13" (702.5 x 63.8 x 328.4 mm)|
I've had this monitor since it first launch a few years ago. First off, it's not a 60Hz monitor if you are using adaptive refresh rate over displayport. It's a 75Hz monitor. Second, Freesync ,,even with this monitor's limited 48-75 range, has been a game changer.
I have to say it took awhile to get used to this thing. I moved from an older Asus gaming monitor 21" to this monster. It's much shorter than I realized and I was afraid that it would be awkward to use since I've never experienced ultra wide monitors before.
A fine monitor at the current pricing, had it been the old retail not so much. Interesting format and very useable. The only complaint, while I give the monitor a 9 the joystick interface was designed by a 3rd grader. This would be much more efficient with a simple remote.
I now have two of these babies! It's like mission control in my office. This monitor is incredibly crisp and bright. I'm not a gamer, so can't comment on the gaming performance of these monitors. I'm a developer and spend all day staring at the screen.
I really like this item. It is really nice and it is great for managing multiple projects at once. I like how wide it is. I use it with my Macbook Pro as an external monitor. I have only ran into one problem and I hope I am heard by LG for this. The cable situation is not the best.
I do video editing and bought this monitor to replace two older LG monitors so that I would be able to spread the editing application across both monitors without having the dividing bezel down the middle.
After half a year, this monitor still works and looks flawless. I was able to overclock its Freesync range from 48-75 to 32-80hz easily, and most should be able to do it out of the box. 21:9 1080p is great, because for a little less FPS, you get much more FOV, if the game implements it properly.
It was the bargain that got me to buy and I am happy with the monitor. I don't have a lot of experience or knowledge to know if it meets the specs of other screens.
It's a solid ultrawide screen, great build quality and great screen quality. It doesn't have some of the nicer features like custom screen splitting like its bigger siblings but it is a lot cheaper, and the I wouldn't recommend a bigger 1080 screen because the of the dpi.
This monitor is great for gaming especially RPG FPS and MOBA. It provides more content of game. It also great for office work. I can open two or three pages at the same time, listing them vertically to fill the screen. Super convenient. Color of the screen is sharp and accurate.