Now that modern computers are insanely powerful, it unlocks various ways to improve productivity. For example, those who are content creators, digital artists, video editors, and others normally rely on screen size. Occasionally, hardcore gamers just want to push their systems to their limit and output everything through a multi-monitor setup. It really depends on the user, but we just can’t over the fact that the bezels create a small gap. You end up with a picture that’s not exactly continuous, but the LG 49WL95C-W is out to change the landscape.

We know it sounds like a play on words given that this curved ultra-wide display boasts a whopping 49-inch screen size. The 32:9 aspect ratio means that its size is all heading sideways. This setup is perfect for users were previously connecting multiple displays. Now, with this on their desk, they’re going to enjoy an IPS panel with a resolution of 5120 x 1440. You can be sure that multi-window multi-tasking will be a seamless experience overall.

On the other hand, players will be able to configure their games to display more horizontal details. This means that it practically eliminates blind spots that could be hiding enemies or opponents. However, video and audio editing software will benefit from the extra screen space. You no longer need to scroll your way to the end of the timeline to check and make changes. The LG 49WL95C-W promises a 99-percent sRGB color gamut for impeccable accuracy. Finally, it supports HDR10 for impressive visuals.

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