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LG announces new curved 34-inch Thunderbolt-compatible monitor and more

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LG Electronics has announced that it will introduce a new line of "UltraWide" 21:9 monitors next week at CES 2015 . This includes a curved, Mac-compatible 34-inch IPS monitor. It connects using Thunderbolt 2, making it compatible with the latest version of the MacBook Pro with Retina display, the Mac Pro, and the new 5K iMac. LG is marketing this model to creative professionals like photographers, video editors, and graphic designers.

Among the other monitors that LG is introducing next week are the 34-inch gaming monitor with AMD FreeSync, the multi-display set up, and a new Digital Cinema 4K monitor. Pricing for the line has not yet been announced.

Source: PR Newswire

Joseph Keller is the former Editor in Chief of iMore. An Apple user for almost 20 years, he spends his time learning the ins and outs of iOS and macOS, always finding ways of getting the most out of his iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac.

3 Comments
  • I love that LG is making these ultra-wide curved displays. My no1 program is AutoCAD, but I play games. I have three 27" 2560x1440 monitors, the bezels are huge, ~ 1.5" each side. I have them on a 3-head mount, with the side monitors' bezels tucked behind the middle. For AutoCAD I run the model window in the middle display, palettes/layer/properties windows fill the right, and PDFs etc on the left display for references. This way the bezels don't really bother me. Gaming though, very distracting. I would love a seamless display running full 7,680x1440. Hopefully for close to the $1380 I paid for the 3 displays (+$130 for mount) Sent from the iMore App
  • What are you using to push those screens? And what do you play? Because my brain just isn't connecting it with a Mac Pro Posted from the amazing whatever device I can afford because I'm a broke college kid.
  • I’ve been watching LG for a while. It looks like Apple aren’t going to get me to spend money with them so I think a 34UC97 might be the direction I look in instead. They look lovely, I’m confused as to why they can’t make a monitor that’ds good for all things.
    I don’t do anything serious on mine but I’ve had a 30” ACD for years and it seems fine for almost everything.
    Your deal sounds great!! I paid £1350 for one display.