LG UltraWide 49-Inch Monitor

Dec 27, 2018

Category: Tech

When your once-spacious screen just doesn’t seem as big as it used to, it might be time to upgrade to an ultra-large monitor. LG is helping you refine the art of multitasking with their latest LG UltraWide 49-inch Monitor, set to be unveiled at CES next month.

The enormous 49-inch monitor will help you ramp up productivity for any task thrown at you. The UltraWide boasts a giant curved screen with crystal clear picture quality and a 32:9 aspect ratio, destroying the need for a multi-screen setup. It has an impressive resolution of 5120 x 1440, which is equal to two 27-inch Quad HD monitors. The massive monitor also has 108 pixels per inch to guarantee optimal clarity for HDR-enabled video games and streaming entertainment. And it also features Picture-by-Picture mode, allowing you to view your content from various sources side-by-side, with the ability to control multiple apps simultaneously. Information on the price and release date will be announced at CES in 2019.

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