|Standing screen display size||29 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1080 Pixels|
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|Display Size||29 Inches|
|Resolution||FHD 1080p Ultra Wide|
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- Brightness: 300 cd/m2 Brightness
- Includes IPS Panel, Dual Controller, and Screen Split
- Resolution: 2560 x 1080 Resolution (WFHD)
- Monitor Size With Stand (width x height x depth): 32.7" x 18.5" x 6.8". Monitor Size Without Stand (width x height x depth): 32.7" x 15" x 3.3"
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Gamer's Dream Immersive View With Freesync
Remember 34UM95? It opened up a whole new possibility that a wide-view display is not just as good as the other monitors, but even better. But what about for gaming? If the games have evolved to give you better feel of reality, monitor that fit such enhanced reality is and will continue to be 21:9 aspect large display. So, LG 29UM67 is gamer’s version of renowned 34UM95 with specs to back the statement. In the flood of the newest and latest, ""looks pretty good in action"" was the first impression of reviewed.com, when the media first encountered this bad boy and got to compare its high performance in speed and immersive output during CES 2015. LG’s 29UM67, still immaculate 29-inch, 21:9 ratio aspect UltraWide view display with yet another kick- FreeSync. Just imagine crystal-clear visual immersion that also rids of a whole lot of hassles.
No More Tearing And Stuttering. With Freesync.
FreeSync engineered into 29UM67 can do what it does best- it eliminates tearing and stuttering that occur from the difference between a graphic card’s frame rate and monitor’s refresh rate. With FreeSync, you will not settle for anything less than seamless movements in 3D MMORPG ever again. It usually requires more than a nice monitor to fully enjoy 3D games with high-level specifications. When using the 21:9 UltraWide Monitor equipped with FreeSync, you no longer need to upgrade your graphic card to solve this mismatch issue and enjoy high-res, heavy-duty games without going through hassels.
* FreeSync is only available when it is connected to Display Port.
Vivid, Live, And Real. More, More, And More.
Enjoy your games with the package of the latest tech features - IPS, 21:9 UltraWide FOV, and over 99% sRGB color space. Now has come the time to enhance immersion and performance altogether. LG's 29-inch, 21:9 Wider FOV(Field of View) and IPS & Over 99% of sRGB Color Space means a sheer pleasure a superb vividness that heightens the sense of reality. Go and win in the reality presented through its dynamic and dazzling picture qualities, while others are going to be sore losers on graphics-intensive games.
Your Eyes And Ears. Overwhelmed.
We are bringing the thrills of being 'in' the game by stimulating all your senses, and here is how by- The CINEMA screen, which significantly aids visual concentration when playing, say, racing games, eliminates distractive qualities legacy products with thicker bezel caused. What’s more, 7Wx2 Stereo Speakers’ powerful sound output just adds more reality and let your feel the reverb on your game station floor when you hit the gravel.
Top Class Input Lag Level With Dynamic Action Sync.
Input lag often determines the winner, especially for graphic-heavy plays. The Dynamic Action Sync mode in 29UM67 does away with such frustrations and allows you to instantly attack the opponent without delay during RTS games. What it ultimately offers is the synchronization of your senses with scenes happening in a fast-paced game on real time. We really do understand that you are playing to win. And we back our statement with actual test result. TUV Rheinland, an authority on display performance testing, tested the input lag of 29UM67 while on its DAS mode, and it was measure at 9.6ms. There you have it. Only thing left to do is to feel the difference yourself.
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|Item Dimensions||27.70 x 16.50 x 7.10 inches||27.50 x 8.20 x 16.20 inches||29.92 x 5.51 x 15.75 inches||27.80 x 16.10 x 7.40 inches||27.00 x 8.00 x 16.00 inches||24.00 x 7.40 x 15.10 inches|
|Item Weight||13.70 lbs||11.50 lbs||10.36 lbs||12.15 lbs||10.00 lbs||8.80 lbs|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||—||Wall Mount||—||Wall Mount|
|Refresh Rate||75 hertz||75 hertz||75 hertz||200 hertz||—||75 hertz|
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I searched monitors for a good week before finally deciding to get this.
I was very close to getting a Dell Ultrasharp or Asus, but then saw this LG. I am not displeased AT ALL. I am so glad I went with this monitor.
It being IPS helps tremendously on color reproduction. I do video/photography editing, so color was a big factor in my decision. I also
game on my computer, so a good response time was a factor as well.
In order to get the best fps and response time, I suggest using DisplayPort if your GPU has the capabilities.
All-in-all, this is the best monitor I've ever had. If you're worried about the different scaling, don't fret. Every program or game I've used so far has been able to do the 21:9 (2560x1080) scaling without a problem. I've watched a few shows and videos and they'll center on the screen and not reproduce on the full width, but it still looks great regardless.
I highly recommend this. It's going to be hard for me to not desire to purchase another one.
CONS: Hard to find a con, but FreeSync is only operational in a limited fps range. It also requires a compatible AMD graphics card.
This was my first serious gaming monitor. I researched the market in early 2015 and discovered my basic needs: Ultrawide, IPS, and Freesync/G-Sync. Unfortunately, no monitor like that existed at the time, but LG had announced and demonstrated their 29UM67 (29" variant) and 34UM67 (34" variant). The 29" is a good size for 1080p (similar to a 24" at 16:9), as the 34" is also 1080p and will have larger pixels (unlike its 1440p non-freesync cousin). It sounded too good to be true, so I had worries all the way up until it arrived at my door. As soon as I hooked this monitor up to my PC, my worries went away.
I'll start on the adaptive refresh rate technology that makes this monitor unique: FreeSync. Once I found the driver, it was a simple matter of enabling both the monitor's FreeSync setting and the AMD control panel setting. To test it, I found the "Windmill Demo" (see the picture), which lets you easily turn FreeSync on and off. The difference is astounding. Screen tear is gone with VSYNC enabled, but the stuttering that has plagued gaming for years is completely eliminated. It's a very free feeling to have played video games for years with annoying stutter, then see a windmill quickly moving across the screen without any stutter. I booted up Elite: Dangerous to test it in a real application and I can say it works! You may or may not realize that stutter in every video game out there (due to vsync) is hurting the immersive feeling of playing a video game. Every time the framerate skips or stutters, whether you notice it or not, it reminds the brain that you're watching footage of an artificial environment. As soon as that's gone, you almost get a eerie feeling of immersion. With smooth framerates on the screen, your brain is more convinced with what you see and it helps a lot. I'm not comparing this to the gold-standard immersion from Virtual Reality (VR), but to existing monitor technologies. It's something you really have to experience in person, and once you do (if you dislike stutter and screen tear) you may never go back.
My only complaint about FreeSync on this monitor is the limited range where FreeSync is active. I have my refresh rate set to 75Hz, and if there's a lot of activity on screen where the graphics card has to drop down to ~45fps, it may pop out of FreeSync and start stuttering again until the fps increases. I've worked around this by changing my in-game graphics settings so that they rarely drop that low in framerate. With an R9 290X, most games can run in High or Ultra without ever dropping that low. AMD's 300 series will likely handle this even better. Even with the fps floor, it's certainly better than current refresh rate technologies. It's simply that, at low framerates, this monitor reverts to being like any other monitor.
Now I'll hit on the other features for a short wrap up. The IPS display is fantastic. I've only owned TN panels before this one, but have been very picky about contrast, backlighting, and picture quality. This display handles colors very well, looks great in low light conditions, and doesn't suffer from backlight bleed or glow that has plagued other LG UltraWide panels (maybe I got lucky).
The monitor has a few built in features that are helpful. You can have two displays from two different sources side-by-side at the same time (see the picture where I have my PC displaying on the right and my PS4 displaying on the left). This can come in handy for certain situations. There is also an LG driver you can download that helps with multitasking. There are shortcuts that let you immediately pop multiple windows to even quadrants or sections of the ultrawide screen.
Overall, I'm very happy with this monitor, and it will stay as my main gaming and multitasking display for quite a long time. I actually bought a 16:9 TN monitor to use as my "road" monitor so that I don't have to ever unplug or move this amazing display.
The monitor has a great image. Wide viewing angle with little tint shifting. Anti Glare screen. Colors seem accurate. Out-of-the-box the brightness is too high for photo work but easy to fix.
It's not like a retina display, you will definitely see the pixels if you are close so it has to be placed farther back than a 27" hi-rez monitor would. I have it 36" back from my eye, which is really far, and it appears crisp, but not any better than a smaller retina display at closer distance. It's an especially good choice for musicians who have an instrument or mixer between them and the screen, people who need a lot of open desk space in front of them, or people who prefer not to wear special computer glasses.
The joystick control on the bottom is not convenient to use so if you frequently need to go into the configuration menu it will be a hassle.
It has 75mmx75mm VESA holes on the back and they are really close to the connector sockets. Some reviewers complain it didn't work with their wall plate and I can see how that may be a problem for some. I mounted it on a desk stand that has a starfish-shaped mounting plate with holes that go up to 100x100 and the plate is so close to the connection sockets that the DVI plug only has about 1mm of clearance. It's a tight fit, you'll need a plate with a max mounting size of 100x100, little overhang past the screw holes, and enough space behind the plate for the wires to fan out.
If you are doing a multi monitor setup be aware there will be a 1" black gap between screens. The deceptive product picture shows the display image going out to the edge of the thin bezel but the screen has a black border when it's lit.
I purchased a miniDP to DP cable for this setup (it lasses audio thru as well). Speakers are actually good. I changed the picture mode on the monitor and color profile on my macbook to get pretty great color accuracy. There is some light blead but only noticeable when a fully black image appears.
I am very happy with this monitor.