The broad, convex, and delightful 34UC89G model that can reach the refresh rate of the 166 Hz begins to be sold officially
There are a lot of advanced computer screens in stores today, with amazing capabilities that will give you the opportunity to enjoy all the visual content of the highest quality, but usually these capabilities and features also come with an appropriate price tag - that is, one that is especially high, and fits only the top decile of users. Still, there seems to be something to hope and expect, because with more and more competitors joining, there are a few more competitive prices that are popping up here and there across the net, as in the case of the company's new gaming model LG, Which is now officially launched.
The graceful 34UC89G screen offers a fairly impressive spec that consists of a (very gently) 34-inch convex panel with 2,560 × 1,080 pixel resolution for the 21 aspect ratio: 9 - when you make it truly G-shaped Famous Sync Company NVIDIA To synchronize a vertical image that does not affect system performance, support a standard refresh rate of up to 144 Hz, which can even be built-in to an even more impressive 166 Hz rate, to support up to 166 frames per second.
It is not known what is the minimum display rate at which theG-SYNC (Past experience implies 60 Hz, or 60 frames per second as the common starting point), but we know that the panel on which it is based offers a relatively standard average brightness of 300 Nit, static contrast of 1,000: 1, response rate of 5 milliseconds considered to be not bad For IPS technology, coverage of 99 is one percent of the sRGB standard and a pair speakers 7 watts of stereo power for each.
The model's connection array consists ofDisplayPort One full-size 1.2, one full-size HDMI 1.4 and a hub with a pair of connections USB 3.0 Type-A and connection USB 3.0 Type-B to activate them. The exterior design is also not bad, and includes some sharp lines and some bright red elements that suggest that this is a gaming product first and foremost, but without creating an exaggerated sense of unnecessary marketing gimmick.
The recommended price of the 34UC89G is 1,000 USD, And although we really do not dare call it cheap, it is still one of the best we've met for a big screen, having a quality panel and with G-SYNC At a high refresh rate. Worth considering a purchase, or is it still far too high a cost for display media? It will depend mainly on how important you are to that seamless gaming experience with no screen tearing and no compromise on a "double" display rate.