Offering a working space equivalent to two 27-inch monitors, the new model 49WL95 from LG offers accurate color reproduction and is ideal for multitasking, video and photography editing included.
The lineup of new “Ultra” monitors from LG coming to CES is ready to attract attention when the company displays them in Las Vegas. Visitors to CES 2019 should visit booth #11100 of the Las Vegas Convention Center for a closer look at the latest advanced monitors from LG.
The star of the LG booth is the UltraWide model 49WL95, with a pixel count of 5120 x 1440 (equivalent to two 27-inch Quad High Definition side-by-side) and 108 pixels per inch (PPI), ensuring optimal image clarity, meaning documents are easier to read and videos and image files, easier to edit.
Building on its reputation as a leading innovator in the UltraWide (21:9 aspect ratio and higher) monitor category, the impressive expanse of the new 49-inch LG UltraWide Monitor (model 49WL95) is built to boost productivity for any task. Now LG takes it a step further, with this UltraWide Monitor, which features a large, 32:9 aspect ratio curved screen that delivers exceptional picture quality. With its cinematic scale, LG 49WL95 is a high quality solution that replaces the cumbersome multi-screen setup.
Multiple features to enhance productivity
LG’s UltraWide Monitor is, says the company, a true productivity-boosting tool. Suitable for any type of work, this monitor is a natural fit for those working in finance, IT, design and architecture where display accuracy and quality are required. Photographers and videographers looking for a big monitor may also apply as, utilizing LG’s industry-leading IPS technology, the latest UltraWide Monitor offers “stunningly accurate color reproduction covering 99 percent of the sRGB color space. With support for HDR10, this monitor is also capable of displaying HDR-enabled games and video.”
To make the most of the incredibly expansive screen real estate, the LG UltraWide Monitor features a Picture-by-Picture mode to view content from multiple sources side-by-side and work with multiple applications simultaneously. Dual Controller Software allows connection to several devices all controllable via a single keyboard and mouse, working seamlessly with PBP to improve workflow and increase efficiency. With USB Type-C ports, users can transfer data and charge devices – even laptops – simultaneously. The monitor’s curved display heightens the viewer’s sense of immersion when watching movies and similar content.
UltraGear Monitor, not just for gamers
LG is also debuting its new Nano IPS UltraGear Monitor for gamers at CES, with support for NVIDIA G-SYNC and a 144Hz refresh rate for fast and fluid gaming without tearing. Vivid images with jaw-dropping color are standard on the monitor’s 3840 x 1600 resolution and 98 percent coverage of the DCI-P3 color gamut. The UltraGear Monitor (model 38GL950G) was designed to embrace gamers with its 21:9 aspect ratio, curved screen and virtually borderless design. Sphere Lighting, designed for immersive gaming ambiance, offers up to six different color settings that emanate from the back of the monitor and can be tailored to the gamers’ mood while also helping to reduce eye fatigue.
“LG is consistently bringing advanced monitors to market, packed with features and functions specifically for different consumer segments,” said Jang Ik-hwan, head of LG’s IT division of the Home Entertainment Company. “With a wide choice of models that prioritize productivity, picture quality and out-of-this-world gaming, more and more consumers are seeing LG as a innovation leader in monitors.”
CES 2019 happens at the Las Vegas Convention Center between January 8 and 11, 2019.