3440x1440 Stories September 30, 2015

expiredLG 34-inch 21:9 UltraWide LED IPS Monitor: $620 shipped (Reg. $780+)

BuyDig via eBay Daily Deals offers the LG 34UM95 21:9 UltraWide Monitor for $619.99 shipped. Today’s deal is $280 off the original MSRP, $163 off Amazon’s current offering and the lowest price we can find. Rated 4.5/5 stars by 242 Amazon customers.

This UltraWide display from LG includes a 3440×1440 WQHD resolution, support for over 99% of the sRGB gamma, as well as two HDMI and USB 3.0 inputs. Additionally, it offers split screen viewing with support for up to four different windows at varying screen ratios.

LG’s 34UM95 was one of our top picks last year:

“The 21:9 widescreen format is truly an experience all its own…Having this is as a second monitor for working in pro apps that can benefit from the widescreen is a no-brainer, and it’s by far the nicest looking display on the list from a purely aesthetic standpoint.”

3440x1440 Stories March 12, 2015

expiredLG 34-inch UltraWide LED IPS Monitor w/ Thunderbolt $750 shipped (Reg. $1,000)

Newegg offers the LG 34-inch (34UM95) UltraWide LED IPS Monitor w/ Thunderbolt 2 for $999.99. Coupon code EMCAPKN42 brings the final price down to $749.99 shipped. This is a savings of $250 off the original price, $99 better than Amazon, a match of the best price that we’ve seen it go for and the lowest that we can currently find it.

The LG 34UM95 features an UltraWide format with a resolution of 3440×1440 that can display two inputs simultaneously and has built-in 7W speakers. It also has HDMI, two Thunderbolt 2 and two USB 3.0 inputs. The integrated Thunderbolt 2 inputs are significant upgrades from the previous generation and are capable of handling DisplayPort feeds as well.

This highly-rated monitor was one of our top picks for high-end displays:

The 21:9 widescreen format is truly an experience all its own. It’s essentially like having two 20.5-inch, 5:4, 1720×1440 displays side by side in one 34-inch panel, and LG also has a Screen Split app that works well for easily docking windows side-by-side in various configurations to get the most out of the wide screen while multitasking. It’s great for pro apps that take full advantage of the wider format for timelines and other features, although it feels a bit vertically challenged in comparison to 4K monitors on the list if a horizontal workflow isn’t your thing.

With your savings, grab an additional Thunderbolt cable to enhance your new setup.

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