LG 34WK95U

LG UW 9 Collectie: LG 34WK95U - Thunderbolt 3.0
LG UW 9 Collectie:
LG 34WK95U - Thunderbolt 3.0
LG 34WK95U
LG 38WK95C
LG 49WL95C
1.199,-
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1.199,-
Temporarily sold out


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Product information

Key specs

Screen size
34 inches
Recommended display resolution
5120x2160
Refresh rate
60 Hz
Sharpness
4K (UHD)
Pixel density
0,274 ppi

Pros and cons

According to our monitor expert
  • Thanks to the ultrawide 5K2K resolution, you have 33% more screen space than on a 'regular' 4K screen, so you can use multiple windows side by side.
  • This monitor displays bright, true-to-life colors, thanks to DisplayHDR 600 and the extensive sRGB and DCI-P3 support of photo and video editing.
  • Works well with the MacBook Pro from 2016 and the MacBook Air from 2016 because of the Thunderbolt 3 connection.
  • You need a large desk for this screen.
Product Expert monitors

Description

The LG 34WK95U is an ultrawide monitor with a high 5120x2160 pixel resolution. You'll have more room to display all your windows while editing photos and videos than on an UltraWide QHDD resolution screen. You can also view and edit all your HDR content, since this monitor is DisplayHDR 600 certified. It has a guaranteed high peak brightness and a 10-bit HDR color representation. Does your laptop have a Thunderbolt 3 connector? In this case, you'll only need one cable to charge your laptop of 85 watts and forward the image. Note: For a 4k output, you need a modern laptop or PC with a fairly powerful video card. Make sure it has at least a DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 2.0, or Thunderbolt 2 connection.

The LG 34WK95U is an ultrawide monitor with a high 5120x2160 pixel resolution. You'll have more room to display all your windows while editing photos and videos than on an UltraWide QHDD resolution screen. You can also view and edit all your HDR content, since this monitor is DisplayHDR 600 certified. It has a guaranteed high peak brightness and a 10-bit HDR color representation. Does your laptop have a Thunderbolt 3 connector? In this case, you'll only need one cable to charge your laptop of 85 watts and forward the image. Note: For a 4k output, you need a modern laptop or PC with a fairly powerful video card. Make sure it has at least a DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 2.0, or Thunderbolt 2 connection.


Included by default

  • Manual (2.97 MB)
  • HDMI cable
  • DisplayPort cable
  • USB-C cable
  • USB-A to USB-B adapter
  • Power cable

Included by default

  • Manual (2.97 MB)
  • HDMI cable
  • DisplayPort cable
  • USB-C cable
  • USB-A to USB-B adapter
  • Power cable

Key specs

Screen size
34 inches
Recommended display resolution
5120x2160
Refresh rate
60 Hz
Sharpness
4K (UHD)
Pixel density
0,274 ppi

Included by default

  • Manual (2.97 MB)
  • HDMI cable
  • DisplayPort cable
  • USB-C cable
  • USB-A to USB-B adapter
  • Power cable

Included by default

  • Manual (2.97 MB)
  • HDMI cable
  • DisplayPort cable
  • USB-C cable
  • USB-A to USB-B adapter
  • Power cable

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Rating

Rating per section

Installation ease
10
User friendliness
9
Image quality
9
Price-quality ratio
9
Design
9

Most helpful reviews

Most helpful reviews

4.5 / 5 stars
9,2/10
"Serious wide screen"

Robert | 23 January 2020 | LG UW 9 Collectie: LG 34WK95U - Thunderbolt 3.0

  • Pros:
    Lots of screen space
  • Pros:
    Enough connections to external devices

Love the huge screen surface. NIcely edit 2 documents side by side. Making documentation on one part of the screen and typing code on the other side of the screen.

4.5 / 5 stars
9,2/10
"Looks Big, but you get used extremely fast. Go for it."

Martin Marconcini Rodriguez | 19 August 2019 | LG UW 9 Collectie: LG 38WK95C - USB-C

  • Pros:
    Lots of space
  • Pros:
    PiP is nice, even w/out the software
  • Pros:
    Looks good, works fine for games (if you're not a pro)
  • Con:
    Only AMD FreeSync
  • Con:
    Some games struggle or flat out don't support the resolution but they usually work fine in another resolution or similar.

Great display, I use it for work (and occasional gaming) with a Linux laptop (via HDMI) and a Macbook Pro (via USB-C). Works fine on both systems.
I hesitated for months before buying it, because I wasn't sure if it was going to be appropriate for the light gaming I do and well, using it with Linux and macOS, as things are usually "windows only", but barring the lack of the PiP software to share the keyboard/mouse/clipboard between connected systems, the display is fine. I have an NVIDIA 2070 RTX in my laptop and it drives this display with no problems whatsoever.

Serious wide screen

4.5 / 5 stars
9,2
  • Pros:
    Lots of screen space
  • Pros:
    Enough connections to external devices

Love the huge screen surface. NIcely edit 2 documents side by side. Making documentation on one part of the screen and typing code on the other side of the screen.

Robert | 23 January 2020 | LG UW 9 Collectie: LG 34WK95U - Thunderbolt 3.0

Looks Big, but you get used extremely fast. Go for it.

4.5 / 5 stars
9,2
  • Pros:
    Lots of space
  • Pros:
    PiP is nice, even w/out the software
  • Pros:
    Looks good, works fine for games (if you're not a pro)
  • Con:
    Only AMD FreeSync
  • Con:
    Some games struggle or flat out don't support the resolution but they usually work fine in another resolution or similar.

Great display, I use it for work (and occasional gaming) with a Linux laptop (via HDMI) and a Macbook Pro (via USB-C). Works fine on both systems.
I hesitated for months before buying it, because I wasn't sure if it was going to be appropriate for the light gaming I do and well, using it with Linux and macOS, as things are usually "windows only", but barring the lack of the PiP software to share the keyboard/mouse/clipboard between connected systems, the display is fine. I have an NVIDIA 2070 RTX in my laptop and it drives this display with no problems whatsoever.

Martin Marconcini Rodriguez | 19 August 2019 | LG UW 9 Collectie: LG 38WK95C - USB-C

Most helpful reviews

Most helpful reviews

4.5 / 5 stars
9,2/10
"Serious wide screen"

Robert | 23 January 2020 | LG UW 9 Collectie: LG 34WK95U - Thunderbolt 3.0

  • Pros:
    Lots of screen space
  • Pros:
    Enough connections to external devices

Love the huge screen surface. NIcely edit 2 documents side by side. Making documentation on one part of the screen and typing code on the other side of the screen.

4.5 / 5 stars
9,2/10
"Looks Big, but you get used extremely fast. Go for it."

Martin Marconcini Rodriguez | 19 August 2019 | LG UW 9 Collectie: LG 38WK95C - USB-C

  • Pros:
    Lots of space
  • Pros:
    PiP is nice, even w/out the software
  • Pros:
    Looks good, works fine for games (if you're not a pro)
  • Con:
    Only AMD FreeSync
  • Con:
    Some games struggle or flat out don't support the resolution but they usually work fine in another resolution or similar.

Great display, I use it for work (and occasional gaming) with a Linux laptop (via HDMI) and a Macbook Pro (via USB-C). Works fine on both systems.
I hesitated for months before buying it, because I wasn't sure if it was going to be appropriate for the light gaming I do and well, using it with Linux and macOS, as things are usually "windows only", but barring the lack of the PiP software to share the keyboard/mouse/clipboard between connected systems, the display is fine. I have an NVIDIA 2070 RTX in my laptop and it drives this display with no problems whatsoever.

Serious wide screen