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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.
This monitor is great for the price. If you're a pixel peeper then you'll want to get a 4k Monitor... however, still a great upgrade if you're originally only using a laptop for your work!One huge note.
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 was looking for a good monitor for a backup computer that could handle photo editing. When I saw this on sale at a significant savings, I decided to give it a try. Now that I have calibrated it with a colormunki, I think it has a better image than my older and more expensive Dell Ultrasharp.
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.
Pretty cheap ultrawide, and works well. Only real issue I have is that when the monitor enters sleep mode (when you shut your PC off and not the monitor), a bright white light on the bottom of the monitor flashes constantly.
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.