LG 49WL95C-W 49-Inch Curved 32: 9 Ultrawide Dqhd IPS with HDR10 and USB Type-C,49 Inch Curved - 32:9 DQHD Resolution

4.4 out of 5 stars 454 ratings

Screen Size 49 Inches
Resolution 5K UHD Ultra Wide 2160p
Display Technology LED
Brand LG
Series 49WL95C-W

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  • 49 inches ultrawide 32: 9 dual QHD (5120 X 1440) Display
  • USB type C connectivity
  • SRGB 99 percent color gamut
  • HDR 10 support
  • 2 x 10W stereo speaker with Rich Bass
  • Height/tilt/ swivel adjustable stand

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49WL95C-W
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Space for Ultimate Productivity

The 49WL95C is an UltraWide 32:9 Dual QHD (5120x1440) monitor with a doubled 27-inch 16:9 QHD pixel space in one screen. With 70% more pixels compared to 32:9 FHD resolution (3840x1080), you can go beyond multitasking with a multi-format multiplex.

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HDR 10

HDR technology is now applied to various content. 49WL95C supports HDR 10 that enables viewers to enjoy the dramatic colors of the content.

Ambient Light Sensor

Ambient Light Sensor

The sensor reacts to light, making the screen brighter in bright areas and darker in the dark for you to work in the optimal display environment.

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Ergonomic Design

Easy and Ergonomic

Height, tilt, and swivel adjustment stand helps you to customize the desk setup to create a more personal, comfortable workstation.

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Aspect Ratio 16:9 21:9 16:9
Display Resolution Maximum 5120 x 1440 pixels 5120x1440 pixels 3440 x 1440 pixels 3840 x 2160 pixels
Screen Size 49 inches 48.7 inches 34 inches 31.5 inches
Display Type LED QLED LED
Item Dimensions 47.8 x 12.1 x 21.4 inches 16.39 x 45.18 x 21.15 inches 32.7 x 9.9 x 16.9 inches 28.1 x 16 x 25.2 inches
Item Weight 33.50 lbs 31.10 lbs 22.70 lbs
Mounting Type Wall Mount Wall Mount
Refresh Rate 60 hertz 144 hertz 60 hertz 60 hertz

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Style:49 Inch Curved - 32:9 Dual QHD Resolution

LG 49WL95C W 49 inch ultra wide monitor. Take multitasking to new levels of productivity with the astonishing scale of a high performance 49 inch ultra wide 32: 9 display. Contrast Ratio : 700:1 (Min.), 1000:1 (Typ.).

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Reviewed in the United States on April 12, 2019
Style: 49 Inch Curved - 32:9 Dual QHD ResolutionVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Super functional design | Say goodbye to bezels...
By Aquaman on April 12, 2019
This review is for the LG 49” display:
(...not sure why LG 38” display reviews are mixed in here)...

The ultrawide view along with a beautiful, crisp, clear resolution (5120x1440), was the primary reason for my purchase. It arrived in solid packaging and set-up was quick and simple. Granted it's not a true 5k, but that's not the target market. If this display had the same resolution as the 34" LG 34WK95U-W (5120 x 2160), that would be a dream come true!

[I actually considered purchasing that (34") display last year, but it was not as wide as this one, so in the meantime (while I waited for the 49" display to launch) I went with the 38" LG38WK95C-W ultra-wide (3840x1600)].

I am a web developer and I appreciate the extra real estate this display provides for multitasking. I'm connected with ONE USB-C (TB3) cable (which in itself is awesome!) via CalDigit TS3+, and a 2018 15" MacBook Pro (w 32 GB RAM / Radeon Pro 560x running the latest version of Mojave, 10.14.4 as of today). That said, I think the minor flickering issue I'm experiencing below is an (Apple) OSX related "scaling" issue, not LG (I'm also running the latest LG firmware).

Minor concerns:
-This display (LG 49WL95C-W) will periodically "blackout," and go dark (which only lasts for about a second, until I press a key or move my mouse). As others have stated, this happens several times throughout the day for no apparent reason.

-My only other concern is that I still occasionally have to go through the configuration process (System Preferences / Displays / then hold down the "option" key when selecting "Scaled," and then choosing "5120x1440 (low resolution)" from the drop-down menu, for it to scale properly. It seems to scale (to its native resolution) correctly most of the time (but this really should not be an issue).

If I disconnect and reconnect my MacBook Pro (via the one USB-C cable), it will usually display the native resolution and other times it won't. This same issue happens when I reboot and I'm connected to this display. After testing it, this still happens with other (high quality) USB-C cables, so I don't think it's the cable.

My LG 38" ultra-wide never did this when connected to my MB Pro. Not sure if anyone else is experiencing this. I see several Mac owners are. If I'm missing something, please let me know how to resolve this.

I also posted a review on the LG site. I'm also not having any "wobble" issues as I see others are experiencing. I'm using a Sequel Lift (6052) Lift Desk and it's very solid and sturdy. I would normally put this on a VESA compliant mount, but this beast is too big (~27 lbs w/o the stand). If you are considering a display that will allow you to create more content or view more information on one screen, I recommend this display.

~Please forgive the novel length rant~
I'm hoping this will help other Mac users to receive a quick Mojave update. I already submitted a request to Apple.

Note: This thing is pretty huge when you actually see it in person (the photo's really don't do it justice).

TL;DR
I'm really glad I ordered it! This is a beautiful, crisp, ultra-wide display (if it was any wider my neck would crack)! (Hopefully, Apple will quickly produce an OSX update to address the minor (handshake) scaling issues, as they fortunately did when the LG 34WK95U-W was first launched).

Update 4:30/19:
The latest LG OnScreen Control software update seems to have taken care of the random blackouts.
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Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2019
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Reviewed in the United States on May 26, 2019
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Reviewed in the United States on April 10, 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Monitor Typical MacOS issues.
By DaFlava on April 10, 2019
Normally don't write reviews but I feel people don't give LG credit for their newer monitors and the issue isn't with them its the hardware the user is using in combination with macOS. Alot of people seem to have issues with Apple hardware running this monitor and the 34WK95U-W. The 34WK95U-W was an apple issue with macOS that anything running before 10.14.2 had driver issues handshaking with the monitor. As for this 49WL95C it seems to be that any apple laptop or macmini that doesn't have dedicated video on it can't use this display properly with macOS. My Macbook Pro 15" 2018 has no issues getting full res 5120x1440 via the single USB-C cable, However my Macbook Pro 13" 2017 can't along with my 2018 macmini. However if you use bootcamp with windows they can easily push the proper res so it's obvious it's something macOS related which hopefully should be addressed in the future like the 34WK95U-W.
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Duccio Gasparri
5.0 out of 5 stars Ottimo monitor, qualità dei colori impressionante, lo consiglio!
Reviewed in Italy on July 31, 2019
Style: 34 Inch Curved - 21:9 IPS WQHD ResolutionVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Ottimo monitor, qualità dei colori impressionante, lo consiglio!
Reviewed in Italy on July 31, 2019
Ce l'ho ormai da una settimana e mi trovo benissimo! La qualità dell'immagine è eccellente, la resa dei colori è decisamente migliore rispetto al Samsung 4k che avevo prima, e almeno per quello che faccio io, il Wide screen è impagabile, riesco ad avere due/tre finestre affiancate senza problemi. A fine giornata sento che ho gli occhi molto meno stanchi.

Le casse audio sono oneste, per ascoltarci spotify in sottofondo mentre si lavora o guardarci qualche video Youtube vanno benissimo.

Unica pecca (secondo me) un monitor uscito nel 2019 dovrebbe avere la porta Thunderbolt 3! L'hdmi va bene ma nel mio PC alla massima risoluzione supporta un refresh di soli 45Hz (con la Intel 630). A me che lo uso per lavori di ufficio non mi cambia niente, ma immagino che uno che fa gaming noterebbe molto la differenza.

Per quel poco che l'ho avuto lo consiglio caldamente!
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Andrew
1.0 out of 5 stars A giant waist of time and the worst technical support possible
Reviewed in Canada on March 1, 2020
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Francesco I.
4.0 out of 5 stars Pochi pollici per il form factor 21:9?
Reviewed in Italy on October 18, 2020
Style: 34 Inch Curved - 21:9 IPS WQHD ResolutionVerified Purchase
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4.0 out of 5 stars Pochi pollici per il form factor 21:9?
Reviewed in Italy on October 18, 2020
Premetto che si tratta di un ottimo monitor… che però ho restituito ad Amazon dopo due giorni di utilizzo… tenterò di spiegare il perché.

Per prima cosa, questo monitor ultrawide curvo con rapporto di forma 21:9, pannello IPS con copertura sRGB del 99% e 34" di diagonale offre una risoluzione QuadHD pari a 3.440 x 1.440 pixel, con tecnologia HDR a 10 bit. Misura circa 82 cm x 46 cm x una profondità di 25 cm ed è regolabile in altezza (con una molla a gas veramente ben calibrata, nonostante le ampie dimensioni del pannello) ed inclinabile, con un peso complessivo di 6.3 kg. Nonostante la forma curva, rimane sempre stabile, senza fastidiose oscillazioni quando si premono i tasti presenti nella cornice.

Sul fronte connessioni, bene l’ingresso HDMI, meglio il Display Port, specialmente nella visione di film o video, resa piacevole dalla presenza di 2 Speaker stereo da 14 watt dichiarati (anche se, a mio avviso, il valore RMS è inferiore a quello effettivo), che non obbligano all’acquisto di speaker esterni o soundbar, a meno che per voi la qualità audio non sia una priorità. Nell’insieme la copertura dal gamut dei colori è molto buona, la fedeltà cromatica anche, con un response time non certo adatto al gaming ma più che sufficiente per giocatori occasionali. Buono anche l’angolo di visione, con gli ovvi limiti legati alla curvatura del display, il cui raggio è – secondo me – ottimale per non incorrere in fastidiose curvature delle linee orizzontali nel caso usiate software per l’editing delle immagini.

Le mancanze più evidenti sono quella del Filtro Luce Blu sul fronte software – sempre utile per il prolungato utilizzo del pc, specialmente serale - e di almeno una porta Thunderbolt 3 su quello hardware, che avrebbe agevolato di molto la connessione ad un laptop. In generale la connettività è buona, al netto del problema tipico degli schermi LG, in cui tutte le prese sono posizionate in alto, orizzontali ed in bella vista, con una scelta progettuale che praticamente obbliga al posizionamento a muro dello schermo.

Quindi, perché l’ho restituito? Semplicemente perché 3.440 pixel orizzontali sono ottimi, mentre 1.440 pixel verticali sono pessimi, o meglio, troppo pochi. Sebbene in ufficio abbia sempre usato i monitor 16:9, per anni ho apprezzato la comodità di lavorare in casa con uno schermo da 16:10, con la risoluzione – secondo me ideale – di 1.920 x 1-200 pixel.

Lo spostamento verso i 21:9, quindi, mi ha privato di una “striscia di schermo in basso” che trovo molto più comoda – nelle operazioni di tutti i giorni – rispetto allo spazio aggiuntivo laterale garantito dai 21:9. A mio avviso, infatti, c’è una soglia minima di centimetri lungo l’asse verticale sotto cui non conviene scendere e 34" di diagonale sono troppo pochi per avere uno schermo sufficientemente “alto”. Per questa ragione, mi sarei diretto verso l’ottimo HP PC Z38c che con i 4 pollici aggiuntivi compensa questo difetto, ma la larghezza eccessiva mi ha indirizzato vero un ottimo Benq EW3280U, di cui sono un felice possessore da diversi mesi…

Grazie del tempo che mi avete dedicato leggendo sin qui. Se avete trovato utile la mia recensione, vi sarei grato se cliccaste sul pulsante “SI” riportato qui sotto. Grazie.
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Gregory J. Heath
3.0 out of 5 stars Good Monitor -- Major issue connecting to MAC Pro
Reviewed in Canada on August 16, 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars A fantastic wall of pixels
Reviewed in Canada on May 27, 2020
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