Comes from LG this new, giant curved 38” display in 21: 9 format, ultrawide and with Quad HD+ resolution
LG Electronics unveiled the new 38-inch monitor 38UC99, the largest display 21:9 in the world currently available, curved, with QHD+ resolution. This display is particularly designed for video and sound editors, designers, graphic designers and photographers, aiming to eliminate the need for multiple screens. The width of the monitor, in fact, allows you to control and monitor various thumbnails or timeline simultaneously. The Quad HD+ resolution (3840×1600) is three times higher than the Full HD and promises a more detailed view when working simultaneously with more content, and an increased depth. The screen is based on IPS technology that reduces or eliminates image distortion regardless of the angle from which you look at the screen. In addition, the ability to split the screen into four portions allows you to work on multiple applications on a single screen.
The color mode of the monitor is customizable thanks to My Display Preset feature, while OnScreen Control software allows you to optimize the display and work windows, giving the possibility to choose the most useful of fourteen different options settings. For the specific needs of sound editors, the display has two 10W stereo speakers and wireless Bluetooth Audio technology.
Finally, the new LG 38UC99 offers two Thunderbolt connection to connect the monitor directly to the Mac devices without an adapter and is equipped with Type-C USB port to transfer files to a four times faster than a USB 3.0, as well as charge smartphones or notebook, simplifying the workplace and eliminating unwanted cables. The Dual Link Up feature allows you to connect both a PC and a Mac to simultaneously view content from two hardware sources.
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