LG Electronics has recently made a noteworthy addition to its product lineup with the 34WQ500-B UltraWide Monitor, now listed on its official website in Germany. This development suggests that the launch of this monitor could be just around the corner. The 34WQ500-B, compatible with AMD Freesync, is particularly appealing to gaming enthusiasts due to its advanced features.
The LG 34WQ500-B UltraWide Monitor boasts a 34-inch full HD IPS display with a 21:9 aspect ratio, delivering a broad and immersive viewing experience. The monitor has already made its debut in the US market since its announcement last year. It stands out with its support for VESA DisplayHDR 400 and a typical brightness of 400 cd/sq.meter, complemented by a contrast ratio of 1,000:1. The monitor covers 99% of the sRGB color gamut, ensuring vivid and accurate colors. Additionally, its wide 178º viewing angle and screen resolution of 2560 x 1080 pixels make it up to a third wider than standard FHD screens, offering enhanced visual space.
LG 34WQ500-B UltraWide monitor listed on LG Germany website
One of the key features of the LG 34WQ500-B Monitor is its 1ms Motion Blur Reduction (MBR), which delivers smoother images. However, it's worth noting that MBR is disabled when AMD Freesync is activated. The monitor also features a GtG response time of 5ms and a display refresh rate of 100Hz. For audio, the UltraWide Monitor includes two in-built 7W stereo speakers with MaxxAudio technology, providing a rich sound experience. In terms of connectivity, the monitor is equipped with a USB-C port supporting DisplayPort Alt Mode, an HDMI IN port, and a 3.5mm audio jack.
While LG has not yet disclosed the release details or pricing for the 34WQ500-B Monitor in Germany, its US pricing at $329.99 gives an indication of what to expect. The European price might slightly vary from this. Furthermore, the model is expected to be made available in other EU markets beyond Germany, broadening its reach.