Following the announcement of rollable OLED TV, LG introduces LG 49WL95C, a 49-inch monitor featuring 32:9 ultrawide aspect ratio. It sports a Dual QHD display with 5,120 x 1,440 pixels resolution.
Other hardware features and tech specs include two built-in 10W stereo speakers with "Rich Bass." Super wide and high-res display of LG 49WL95C provides users with support for HDR 10. What's more, it has support for USB Type-C, in addition to a stand that lets users adjust its height.
At the on-going CES, LG is also showing off its latest UltraGear gaming monitors: LG's 27-inch 27GL850G and 37.5-inch 38GL950G. Both of them sports QHD (Quad HD) Nano IPS screen with a refresh rate of 144Hz. They are also compatible with NVIDIA's G-SYNC adaptive sync technology.
At the time of writing this, we don't know much with regards to price and availability details for any of these monitors.
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