LG Ultrawide is the series of panoramic monitors that now expands the Korean firm, with three versions of the same model, 38WN95C-W, 38WN95C-G and 38WN95C-B, to cover different main uses, including gaming, which is clearly pulling the industry of computer monitors.
All three models feature a 2300R curved panel and technology Nano IPS. They have a size of 38 inches diagonal and native QHD + resolution for 3840 x 1600 pixels.
They support Active-Sync synchronization technologies with support for AMD, FreeSync and NVIDIA G-Sync technologies, with a model supported directly or through the “Compatible with G-Sync” program. The VRR range is between 48Hz and 144Hz with LFC (Low Frame Rate Compensation).
Its refresh rate can reach 170 Hz, by overclocking through the monitor’s own OSD, while its refresh rate is 1 millisecond. The rest of the features are of a high standard, with a contrast ratio of 1000: 1, support for 98% of the DCI P3 color space and certification for high dynamic range VESA DisplayHDR 600.
The monitor has an ergonomic base that offers tilt and height adjustment and VESA support for those who want to hang it on the wall. Its connectivity is outstanding because in addition to two HDMI 2.0 ports and a Display Port 1.4, it can connect to Thunderbolt 3 through a built-in USB port on the main LG Ultrawide 38WN95C-W version.
They feature a USB 3.0 port hub, two 2-watt speakers, and a headphone jack. The difference between the three models is slim and the 38WN95C-G variant, in addition to NVIDIA’s G-Sync adds RGB lighting for customization. The Ultrawide 38WN95C-B will be the budget version without the Thunderbolt connection. And some cheaper model will be necessary because the top of the range, 38WN95C-W, is priced at $ 1,599.
A great investment to access these LG Ultrawide that dominate the market for panoramic monitors.