Some things just make you feel like a schmuck. There you are, slogging away in front of a tiny computer monitor when there’s a monitor out there that’s big enough for you to use as a surfboard. Well, not literally, but you get the idea. The LG 49-inch UltraWide Monitor is exactly what it purports to be—a monitor that is actually so wide that it is ultra wide. It is 49 inches wide, after all. That’s the average height of a 6 to 8-year-old child.
The UltraWide Monitor had a 32:9 aspect ratio and has a curve to improve visibility. It comes with Dual QHD and functions as a doubled 27-inch 16:9 QHD pixel space. That’s enough screen space for so much multi-tasking that you’ll get lost in the works. You’ll have enough room to see the entire timeline for that video that you’re editing, or you can organise all those raw images that you need to work on in one screen.
Because it effectively works as two screens, you can actually control multiple devices with the screen, a keyboard, and a mouse. Then simply drag and drop files between the connected devices. The screen supports USB Type-C connections. You can adjust height, tilt, and swivel thanks to the stand. Or go all out and stack two UltraWide monitors for a display that is basically four 27-inch QHD monitors minus all the extra cables and bezels.
Quit being a schmuck and get the setup of your dreams.