LG release an incredible 34″ display
For anyone who’s ever sat down at a 27″ iMac and thought, “This is a bit small,” LG Electronics have released an extraordinary 34-inch ultra wide display that delivers the kind of real estate designers have previously only dreamt of.
The awesome display has a 21:9 screen ratio and boasts an amazing 3440×1440 pixel resolution.
Winner of the ‘TIPA Best Photo Monitor Award’ at the 2014 Technical Image Press Association Awards, the panoramic workspace offered by the LG 34UM95 is a huge leap forwards technically. It hooks up to a Mac Pro via the Thunderbolt connection, making it an ideal substitute for Apple brand monitors and a piece of kit that can be deployed today.
Web designers have long been calling for greater screen space; tabbing between applications has been introduced to OSs and when that was no longer enough we switched to multiple displays. However, there are several flaws with the multi-screen approach, not least the ugly bevel down the center where the two displays meet.
LG’s seamless solution provides the kind of workspace we need for running numerous applications simultaneously. The new display will be particularly well received by anyone committed to designing in the browser, where numerous project windows are essential for an effective working practice.
It’s natural to work with the space right in front of your eyes—not so easy when the space is split down the middle across two different displays. The 34UM95 gives you the freedom to work with multiple applications without splitting your workspace. More importantly, it makes dragging and dropping between applications a cinch.
Another great bonus is color management. Anyone who has worked with multiple displays will know that color is frequently displayed differently, even if your displays are the same model and correctly calibrated. LG’s ultra-wide display guarantees that every application you’re working in shows you the same color.
With so much effort put into perfecting displays for the home market, it’s exciting to see a company delivering a product specifically for professionals. I defy any creative professional to take a look and not want one.
The opportunity to redefine how you approach your workspace that LG are offering means that, regardless of your workflow, you’ll be working more efficiently, and accomplishing more.
[ This was a sponsored post for LG via Syndicate Ads. ]