Alright! The CES 2015 is around and electronic producers are looking good to go with info rolling out on products to be displayed by various manufactures.
In this row, LG has announced that it’ll showcase what it calls ‘worlds’s first ultra-wide (21:9) gaming monitor. We know, Samsung and others already have that kind of wide displays in the market, but still LG claims upgraded features.
LG didn’t release many details except that its ultra-wide monitor measures 34-inches and features AMD’s FreeSync technology. That’s all we have got for now, but surely; it’s an alternative to Nvidia’s G-Synch.
More than gamers, no one knows the bliss of having an increased field of view in FPS games on these wide monitors. These are usually 21:9 screens with a resolution of either 2560×1080 or 3440×1440, which depends on the diagonal length.
Sadly, you’ll have to wait until the CES 2015 begins to know more about rest of the feature like latency, panel type, viewing angles, etc.). Still, it looks good with AMD’s Free-Synch feature that won’t ask for a special hardware to work like G-Synch.