The LG 34WN80C-B 21:9 Ultra Wide curved IPS display is the perfect big screen monitor for both work and play. The elegant curve of the screen helps to create an immersive viewing environment. Combine the sleek style with the Super Wide Quad Definition (WQHD 3440 x 1440) image quality and your movies, games and artistic passions appear to come to life. And when it’s time to multitask, 34 inch screen, 21:9 aspect ratio and Screen Split 2. 0 function allows viewing and dealing with various documents and sources simple. For creative professionals, over 99 percent color accuracy and HDR10 support would help make this curved display a must-have to optimize creativity.
Specs of LG 34WN80C-B Monitor
- 34” 21: 9 WQHD (3440 X 1440) Curved IPS display
- USB type-C connectivity
- HDR 10 compatible
- Supports sRGB 99% color gamut
- Height & tilt adjustable stand
- On-screen control
- Curved display. Brightness:300cd (typ) / 240cd (Min)
The LG 34WN80C-B Curved UltraWide IPS Monitor is a 34″ 21: 9 WQHD (3440 x 1440) Curved IPS Display.
USB type-C network
HDR 10 good
Supports sRGB 99% Color Gamut
Stature and tilt movable stand
The LG 34WN80C-B Curved UltraWide WQHD IPS Monitor has a Bended display with a brightness of 300cd (typ) /240cd (Min).
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My Honest Review on LG 34WN80C-B Curved Monitor
Powering this amazing monitor from a 2017 13″ MBP and I’m very pleased with the image features and qualities. Using a single USB-C cable to charge the device and provide display output is a huge success. I’m not a designer or display specialist, but I feel that both the resolution and quality are more than satisfactory for my workspace (mostly email, Excel, presentations, video calls, etc.)
A few pro tips focused on a computer for a few days: (1) For Mac, download a tool like Magnet or LG’s own OnScreen Controls app to enjoy the benefits of a huge display and assist with window management. (2) There seem to be no speakers integrated in, so it would be wise to invest in a pair of speakers next to this screen. I picked up a cheap package of Imaginative USB speakers for $20 that’s more than perfect. (3) With a few USB-A modules, I was hoping that a USB hub connected to one of the 2 ports on the back would help power it, but I was having a power draw mistake. I’m just running everything I don’t need to interface with the machine to the hub connected into the power socket.
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