The annual CES expo in Las Vegas is one of the staple events for the Korean company, LG. For the 2019 edition of the show, the company will be showcasing a number of new products including two extra wide curved monitors.
One of them is called 49WL95 which is positioned under the company’s UltraWide series. Designed for productivity, the 49-inch 32:9 monitor has a resolution of 5120 x 1440 that is said to be equivalent to two 27-inch Quad HD 1440p monitor.
The monitor’s IPS panel also has 99% coverage of SRGB color gamut and supports the HDR10 standard. Potential owners of 49WL95 also able to take advantage of its Dual Controller Software that enables them to control several devices via the monitor using just a single set of keyboard and mouse.
Meanwhile, LG is also taking the opportunity to launch its brand-new Nano IPS UltraGear 38GL950G curved gaming monitor at CES later. This particular 21:9 model is slightly smaller than the UltraWide monitor that we mentioned earlier at 38-inch although it is still much wider than your usual gaming monitor.
Featuring a 144Hz panel together with support for NVIDIA G-Sync technology, it also has 98-percent coverage of DCI-P3 color gamut. Just like some of its previous gaming monitors, the new UltraGear 38GL950G also features an ambiance lighting array on its back called Sphere Lighting which is designed to enhance users’ gaming experience.
Meanwhile, the actual release date and pricing for these extra wide monitors are not yet known at the moment. We’ll keep you posted once we hear more from LG especially if the company decides to bring any of them to our market.