In the land of big monitors, the ultrawide is king – or at least, we think so. These 21:9 panels boast impressive resolution, immersive curves, and more workspace than you’re used to from a single panel. The most common we’ve seen are 2,560 x 1,080 panels, or more impressive 34-inch displays with 3,440 x 1,440 resolution.
But LG is taking things to a new level with the massive 38-inch 38UC99, boasting 3,840 x 1,600 resolution, and a 75Hz refresh rate, with FreeSync support. At a glance, the 38UC99 is both massive and impressive, something we don’t usually say about computer monitors.
There’s nothing else like it on the market right now, with its only competition coming from the aforementioned ultrawide panels at half the price, such as the Samsung S34E790C, Dell’s U3415W, and LG’s own 34UC98. But is this extravagant display worth its $1,500 MSRP, or will smaller screens suffice?
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