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The LG 29UM68 is a display with a rather unique 21:9 aspect ratio, which is ultra-wide. The difference with a regular 16:9 display is that there are added pixels on both sides, which increases workspace. It's also ideal to watch movies as most recent movies are filmed in a widescreen aspect ratio. Some games also offer support for 21:9 monitors and will allow you to have a greater field of view. See More
The maximum supported refresh rate of this monitor is 75 Hz or 75 frames per second which is a tad faster than non-Freesync monitors, but is not as good as 120 or 144 Hz displays. Especially fast-paced games benefit from a higher refresh rate, as it offers a more fluid gaming experience. See More
The IPS-panel used in LG's monitor offers great image quality, especially compared to the more common TN-panels. Contrast is great with a 1000:1 ratio (better blacks), luminosity is excellent, images are vibrant and the color reproduction is great as well. These attributes are all due to the fact that an IPS panel was used. See More
The maximum refresh rate of this display is 160 Hz, which is extremely fast - even for high-end standards. Most high-end displays only offer up to 144 Hz, but this AOC display is a bit faster. High refresh rates are excellent for fast-paced gaming action and ensures a much greater fluidity. See More
The resolution of the AOC C3583FQ is Full HD, but because there's additional screen space on both sides, 2560 x 1080 pixels are displayed. This is the same pixel density as a regular 1080p non-ultrawide monitor. Because of the large screen size of 35 inch, this monitor isn't as sharp as some other displays. The amount of pixels per inch (ppi) is measured at 70. See More