The International Cosumer Electronics Show (CES) kicks off next week, and with it will come a whole host of news about technology. But, before the event begins, The Verge has reported on some new curved desktop monitors that South Korean company LG will be showing off at the event.
The 34-inch UltraWide desktop monitors have been designed with gamers in mind, with support for AMD's FreeSync that cancels out screen tearing when your monitor and graphics card are out of sync.
The monitor has a 21:9 aspect ratio, meaning elements on screen that were hidden when using a 16:9 monitor will now be visible.
LG claims that this is one of its best monitors yet, with an UltraWide IPS panel that is said to give unrivaled colour accuracy, with the ability to output 99 percent of the sRGB colour gamut. The monitor also has 178 degree viewing angles too.
A flat version of the monitor will also be released - the UM67 - and it will keep the FreeSync technology along with the 21:9 resolution support.
The monitors sound like the ultimate gaming hardware, but LG are reportedly also aiming the tech at stock traders. The monitors can be stacked up, which should help those who are staring at market tickers 24/7.
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