LG 38UC99-W Price in Singapore & Specifications

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LG 38UC99-W Specs

Release Date in Singapore
DateSep 2016
Display diagonal95.2 cm (37.5")
Display brightness (typical)300 cd/m²
Display resolution3840 x 1600 pixels
Response time14 ms
Display technologyLED
Panel typeIPS
Supported graphics resolutions3840 x 1600
Viewing angle, horizontal178°
Viewing angle, vertical178°
Display number of colours1.073 billion colors
Native aspect ratio21:9
Screen shapeCurved
Dynamic contrast ratio marketing nameMega Contrast
Display diagonal (metric)95.25 cm
Pixel pitch0.229 x 0.229 mm
Maximum refresh rate60 Hz
Display sRGBYes
Supported video modes1080p
Colour gamut99%
Ports & interfaces
Built-in USB hubYes
USB hub versionUSB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1)
USB upstream port typeUSB Type-B
USB Type-A downstream ports quantity2
USB Type-C downstream ports quantity1
DisplayPorts quantity1
Audio outputYes
USB version3.0 (3.1 Gen 1)
AC (power) inYes
Weight & dimensions
Width896.6 mm
Depth91.4 mm
Height393.7 mm
Weight7.67 kg
Width (with stand)830.6 mm
Depth (with stand)279.4 mm
Height (with stand)449.6 mm
Weight (with stand)9.3 kg
Power consumption (typical)120 W
AC input voltage100-240 V
AC input frequency50/60 Hz
Cable lock slotNo
On/off switchYes
VESA mountingYes
Height adjustmentYes
Panel mounting interface100 x 100 mm
Tilt adjustmentYes
Tilt angle range-5 - 15°
Height adjustment11 cm
Product colourWhite
Built-in speaker(s)Yes
Number of speakers2
RMS rated power20 W

Reviews of LG 38UC99-W

Reviewed on 2017-11-10
Better demonstrates the strengths of ultrawide, Good out of the box calibration, Useful features such as split-screen, AMD FreeSync, Bluetooth audio,
Limited as a future-proof gaming upgrade, Expensive enough to think twice, Poor USB3.0 accessibility
Like mice and keyboards, monitors are a highly personal choice. Other than space and budget constraints, there are questions on resolution, panel types, refresh rates, and so much more. It's why we have so many options, and where the LG 38UC99 is concerne...
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Reviewed on 2018-03-13
I grew to rely on and appreciate the extra vertical resolution that 16:10 displays offer, but as the production and development of "widescreen" PC monitors matured, it naturally began to merge with the television industry, which had long since settled on...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-17
We've already looked at LG's UltraFine 5K and 27UD88 displays as companions for Apple's latest notebooks, and today we're taking a look at another USB-C display option that brings something quite different: LG's 38UC99 curved "UltraWide" display. Th...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-22
Stylish design, good workmanship, Convenient control with a joystick, OSC utility with additional features,
No support Thunderbolt 3
Why not choose a diagonal of more? If you like big diagonal, then pay attention to the new monitor LG 38UC99-W, equipped with a large 38-inch panel. The monitor provides convincing image quality and a good set of ergonomic features. It should be noted, ve...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-18
With major monitor manufacturers like Acer, ASUS, and Dell all tossing their hats into the ultrawide market over the past two years, competitors like LG have been steadily releasing a stream of high quality displays that rival some of the best in the busi...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-30
Excellent performance, AMD FreeSync enabled, Robust feature set
Expensive, Stingy warranty
If you believe that bigger is better, you're going to love the LG 38UC99-W ($1,499.99), a 38-inch curved-screen monitor designed for gamers and creative professionals alike. This gargantuan gaming display uses In-Plane Switching (IPS) technology for rich...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-11
May 2017: Below for update. While 4K monitors have been available for quite some time, ultra-wide ms to be where most people are willing to invest in these days. This may have something to do with how the much larger and wider screen...
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