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LG Electronics S-Class 25UM64-S 25-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor

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4.5 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews
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  • ULTRAWIDE 21:9
  • MAC COMPATIBLE
  • SRGB 99%
  • 4-SCREEN SPLIT
  • ENERGY STAR QUALIFIED
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You've probably never seen a monitor like LG's new UM64. The Ultra Wide screen boasts a 21:9 aspect ratio, so it's perfect for widescreen movies, or for displaying as many as four different windows simultaneously. Picture quality is appropriately amazing, with Full HD 1080p resolution, a dynamic contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1 and 99% coverage of the sRGB color space, plus IPS technology for a wide viewing angle. And this energy-efficient, Mac-compatible monitor offers versatile connectivity options.

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Screen Size 25 inches
Max Screen Resolution 2560 x 1080 pixels
Brand Name LG
Item model number 25UM64-S
Item Weight 13.1 pounds
Product Dimensions 24 x 7.4 x 15.1 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 24 x 7.4 x 15.1 inches

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ASIN B00JPK046Q
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4.5 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #13,724 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
#1,095 in Computers & Accessories > Monitors
Shipping Weight 13.1 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available April 15, 2014

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By Hope A. Hamilton on January 19, 2015
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Amazing amount of space to have Sublime Text and web browser up at the same time plus a little extra for todo list.
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Decided to sell my two 27 inch Apple Cinema displays because I wanted the cash. However, as a professional photographer and graphic designer I searched high and low for a cheap monitor that could provide me with the Apple quality. My search is over and my Apple displays have been sold. Love the wide screen look and the pixel density matches the Apple displays. Not only that but at 99% RGB the colors and contrast are spectacular. Don't miss my Apple monitors at all and I have a good chunk of cash in my pocket. Best of all I am not lacking in any quality and my images come out amazing. In fact the prints I have produced are better represented by the LG colors. You do not have to wipe out the bank accounts to grab the Apple monitors. Wish I would have learned this earlier.
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I bought this monitor recently to replace the 24'' TV I've been using for the past year or so. After browsing the internet, I found some 21:9 monitors. They looked promising but the price tag was too high, then I stumbled upon this monitor. It wasn't too expensive and looked to be compatible with my laptop. But that's enough of that tangent, here are the pros and cons.

//PROS:
1. Worked perfectly with included hdmi. While looking at other cheap monitors, I noticed most are not compatible with laptops. This one is. I am currently using this with a Windows 8 laptop, and an old lenovo thinkpad with windows 7. The lenovo has integrated hd 2000 graphics which the monitor's manual says only hd 3000 and up work, but I have had no issues setting it up.
2. Speaking of set up and installation, I just plugged in my laptops with an hdmi cable and both instantly recognized the resolution. I've had no problems so far.
3. The colors on this monitor are great! Everything appears how it should. Also the screen is of matte finish.
4. No dead pixels, or screen defects.
5. Great for gaming. The extra screen real estate really makes a difference. You can see quite a bit more on your sides and can give you a slight advantage. So far, most games have run in its native resolution, and the increase in resolution hasn't affected my fps much at all.
6. The monitor is a great size, I was afraid that it would be small, boy was I wrong. It is slightly shorter than a regular monitor but the extra horizontal space is great.
7. Watching movies is awesome because they play in their native format.
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//Cons
1. The monitor is in a fixed position, I think you can angle the screen down a little bit, but not having more viewing positions could be an issue for some.
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I bought this at a great price on Cyber Monday. I set it up today, connected to a 2009 Mac mini using the DisplayPort connection. Assembly required only two screws to connect the riser to the monitor, and a thumbscrew to connect the riser to the base. Setup required no configuration; I just plugged it in and it came up fine at 2560x1080. Note that some non-DisplayPort users may have trouble getting the full resolution, due to the limitations of some DVI and HDMI connections.

The picture is excellent. It's sharp and bright; the color and luminance is uniform across the display, save perhaps for a tiny bit of backlight bleed in the lower corners, and a bit of shadowing along the bottom edge. For the most part you'd never notice. Color fidelity seems good on the default "Warm" color temp setting. The response rate is fast; I detect no signs of ghosting. Viewing angles are excellent (which is a necessity for a monitor this wide).

At 2560x1080 and 25", the pixel density is 111 PPI. That's a bit finer than, say, a 20" monitor at 1680x1050 (99 PPI), so text and icons may be a bit smaller than you're used to. The ultra wide display is glorious for watching widescreen (2.39:1) movies with no black bars.

The stand only tilts; it does not swivel or adjust up and down. Very tall users might need to put a phone book under the stand to get it to the right height.

All in all, no complaints. There are plenty of comparable monitors that are twice the price (even without the Cyber Monday discount). Highly recommend.
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I was recently in the market for a monitor to hook up to a new gaming tower that I had purchased (my last few computers had been all-in-ones), so I took a trip to an electronics chain to see what was available. When I passed by the display in the store that had these LG ultra wide screen monitors I was hooked. I then went home to do research before I purchased. When I did so, I noticed that LG also makes the monitor in a 29". After looking at specs, I was leaning more towards the 29" for the main reason that it had speakers which were 7 watts each, rather than the 3 watts on the 25 inch. I didn't want to have to buy external speakers, so I figured these would sound much better. I got the width measurements of both monitors to make sure they would fit on my desk, and I went to the store to pick up the 29 inch. When I got to the store and saw the monitors again, the 29 inch looked amazing, but it's really, really wide. It was at that time I decided on going with this 25 inch instead. I bought the monitor, got it home, opened it and hooked it up, and I was really impressed.

One of my concerns with this monitor was that I might have an issue getting the wide resolution to work with my computer correctly. It runs Windows 8.1, and when hooked up I had no issues whatsoever. It automatically detected and changed the resolution. I was a pretty happy camper. Now, if you're hooking this machine up to a Mac (I have it hooked up to a MacBook Air AND my Windows 8 PC, since it has multiple inputs), and to get the full resolution out of a MacBook you must use a Mini Displayport to Displayport cable (you can get these for about ten bucks here on Amazon). This will allow the ultra wide resolution on a Mac.
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