09 January 2019
This year CES 2019 went pretty great for South Koren companies LG and Samsung. Both the companies launched a number of OLED TVs and other smart home appliances. LG's star of this year CES show was indeed the rollable OLED TV but that wasn't the only exciting product from the company. The company unveiled LG 49WL95C as the latest 49-inches monitor.
The display aspect ratio is 32:9 with a Dual Quad HD screen resolution of 1440 x 5120 pixels. The best thing the ultra-wide display also supports HDR 10. To bring the top-notch audio experience it comes with dual 10W stereo speakers. The company claims the dual stereo speakers brings "Rich Bass."
For connectivity, the monitor has USB-C port. The stand is adjustable, you can adjust its height according to your preference. Apart from this gigantic monitor, the company launched two more gaming monitors as well including 38GL950G with 37.5-inches display and 27GL850G with 27-inches display. Both these panel comes with Quad HD resolution, the IPS panels refresh rate is 144Hz and the best aspect is it supports Nvidia G-Sync tech.
At the moment it is still in the dark when LG will be releasing the aforementioned monitors. We can expect to price and release details will pop-up in the coming weeks. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.