Contrary to the popular saying, size does matter. And we’re not just talking about tacking on an extra couple of inches here and there: when it comes to computer monitors, 3D modellers and 2D editors need the width to match their workload too. Weighing in at 34-inches and with a 21:9 ratio, LG’s 34UM95 UltraWide monitor is a frustration-free centrepiece to your workstation.
Running at a super-sharp 3440 x 1440 QHD resolution, LG’s 34UM95 UltraWide monitor gives you complete control over the layout of desktop workspace. Whether you’re lining up an image archive, Photoshop and Illustrator (and their countless associated toolbars) side-by-side, spreading your Autodesk CAD blueprints over the length of the screen or making use of the extra width to pinpoint an exact frame on the timeline of a video-editing project, the 34UM95 gives you the freedom to organise your work just the way you want it.
All this without the distracting eyesore of an edge bezel that would be an inevitable part of a dual-monitor set-up, too. The 34UM95 is also capable of expressing 99 per cent of the sRGB colour space, meaning your onscreen designs will accurately represent your intended tonal vision.
And it’s not just with its screen quality and size sweet-spot where it helps boost a designer or video editor’s efficiency. Equipped with the speedy Thunderbolt 2 connection, capable of 20Gbps data transfer speeds, Mac Pro users can hook a high-performance Thunderbolt storage drive up to the monitor too, or even daisy chain two 34UM95 monitors together.
Working in a creative industry leads to long hours, and staring at a monitor for hours on end can lead to eyestrain. The 34UM95 UltraWide monitor counteracts this with a flicker-safe function that prevents the monitor’s black bars, invisible to the naked eye but the root of all those headaches, from flashing on screen.
A creative project can sometimes feel like an epic battle between managers, clients and your own personal vision. With the LG 34UM95, you’ll know that your monitor is fighting your corner, helping you knock those deadlines down dead.