5 Ultrawide monitor options worth considering – Webuy
Ultrawide can be considered as one of the great developments of computer monitors. By changing the traditional 16:9 aspect ratio to 21:9, the Ultrawide monitor provides a spacious working space, and the game experience is also more vivid by bringing the image to cover the user’s field of view. Not stopping there, 21:9 is the ratio of blockbuster movies, thereby completely eliminating the upper and lower black spaces when viewed on a 16:9 screen.
If you are looking for an Ultrawide monitor for yourself, you can refer to the 5 options Webuy have “shopped” before below.
The most economical option is the LG 29WP500-B, with a price tag of only about 6.4 million. The screen has the strengths of using an IPS panel that does not change color when viewed from an angle, the ability to display 99% of the sRGB color range, a 75Hz refresh rate, has HDR10 standard and anti-tearing technology AMD FreeSync. But in the low price range, the LG 29WP500-B also has a few weaknesses such as a resolution of only 2560 x 1080 (FullHD Ultrawide), a small size of only 29 inches.
An option that has been noticed by many gamers recently is the Huawei MateView GT. The screen has many strengths such as 34-inch size, standard resolution of 3440 x 1440, curved to “roll” the image around the viewer, 165Hz high frequency and many connections from HDMI, DP to Type-C.
Not to mention that the screen also has a Soundbar with touch-sensitive volume control and a conversational microphone! The weakness of the product is that it uses a VA panel, although it gives deep blacks, it will have a worse viewing angle than the IPS form.
The Dell Ultrasharp line is already well known to office and graphic users, and now there are ultrawide Ultrawide options available. Webuy chose the Dell U3421WE because it combines design, features and image quality. The screen has a 34-inch curved screen, 3440 x 1440 IPS panel with 99% sRGB color coverage, calibrated from the factory, the ability to connect to a laptop using USB Type-C and power up to 90W.
We will have to trade-off in terms of refresh rate when the Dell U3421WE only stops at the standard 60Hz, but as mentioned: this is a work monitor, users will see little effect of the high refresh rate. compared to gamers.
If you want an upgrade in refresh rate without sacrificing image quality, then you can “take a look” at the Asus ProArt PA34VC. This monitor has a 34-inch IPS panel with 3440 x 1440 resolution, 100% sRGB coverage, HDR10 support, 1900R slight curvature and 100Hz refresh rate.
To own this product, you also have to spend a small amount of more than 30 million VND, but those who have the opportunity to use it will certainly not regret it because it “ticks” all the features that users need. Needed in an Ultrawide monitor, used for graphics or games.
If Ultrawide is “Ultra Wide Monitor”, then Samsung Odyssey G9 is “Ultra Wide Monitor”! The product uses a 49-inch QLED panel with 32:9 ratio, curvature up to 1000R to cover the entire view of the viewer, “DQHD” resolution of 5120 x 1440, supports HDR10+ standard, anti-tear feature G-Sync picture and high refresh rate 240Hz.
Of course, to use the Odyssey G9 you also have to pay a rather high price, up to nearly 48 million VND. Besides, you also have to spend a decent amount of money to buy a big screen, enough to fit this “giant” screen!
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