LG unveils world’s largest ultrawide 21:9 screen monitor
LG today unveiled the world’s largest ultrawide 21:9 screen monitor, seeking to strengthen its leadership in the lucrative premium monitor market. LG is the market leader in the 21:9 aspect ratio monitor market. The new 38-inch monitor will help meet expectations for a wider range of user’s ― including stock analysts and web or architectural designers. Worldwide demand for 21:9 monitors has grown steeply in recent years, because the ratio is regarded as the best fit for those who have to divide the screen into many segments.
One of the key features of the LG ultrawide 21:9 screen monitor is that it comes with a quad high-definition (QHD) display that has a resolution three times clearer than full high-definition (FHD) monitors.The monitor is also equipped with LG’s in-plane switching (IPS) technology to deliver the same clear image at any angle.
Users can connect smart devices to the monitor via Bluetooth and enjoy music from the built in speakers. You can also connect laptop to the monitor and also charge smart devices while using the monitor. The LG monitor is available for approximately 1.59 million won ($1,407).