Seems like a good deal after the Xiaomi 34" one.
In b4 this or Xiaomi. Also answer: Xiaomi.
Resolution: 2560x1440 vs 3440x1440
Contrast: 1000:1 vs 3000:1
They're both VA panels so they'd be similar, at this price it's not bad for someone who doesn't want an ultrawide
Wonder which is right for the contrast ratio…website or brochure.
Lenovo's brochure shows 3000:1 not 1000:1
that literally means nothing, they're not even the same aspect ratio. Ultimately it boils down to 21:9 vs 16:9 and price, assuming there are no glaring flaws with either panel.
Personally I like more vertical space and the 16:9 just works better for general content such as youtube as it's usually in that ratio. The games I have also don't benefit from 21:9 so the only reason I'd buy UW is for exclusive movie viewing as movie format is usually much closer to 21:9 vs 16:9.
My 32" 144hz cost $428 almost a yr and a half ago
@Bacons: You don't get more vertical space with the 32 inch when compared to the 34 inches one; only less horizontal space. #flawedlogic
@SpaceNinja: allow me to prove you wrong right now:
32 inch @ 16:9
total area: 2,823cm^2
34 inch @ 21:9
total area: 2,671cm^2
40 != 33.6
Also the 32inch is literally the larger panel
don't believe me? Prove yourself wrong again here:
@Bacons: Yes, but resolution same vertical, more for 34 horizontal.
Doesn't Ultrawide lead to this:
Not understanding how to use your computer? No, that usually starts well before someone buys an ultrawide monitor
Lol, definitely not. That dude is an idiot. However there are plenty of games that don't support it yet. Been playing Outer Worlds recently and it has a really weird half support. Where normal gameplay is 21:9, then when you talk to people is switches to 16:9. So bizarre.
Just throwing a random guess but maybe the talking scenes are prerendered in 16:9 and they didn't want to crop in..?
Good to see competition now. They must have noticed how many monitors Dell has sold over this period of time with decent prices.
Is it VESA Compatible?
Had to look at the pdf but it says its is https://news.lenovo.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Lenovo-G3... 100x100mm
VA not IPS for anyone that's checking
But perhaps that's a thing for curved monitors (?)
It is a thing, they have to make the monitor curved because VA has such poor viewing angles
There is always a catch: https://www.reddit.com/r/buildapcsalesuk/comments/fedur0/mon...
Iv heard the ghosting in this monitor is so scary
No spooky ghosts allowed in my home, I will not be purchasing.
How does this compare to the Dell S3220DGF from the other day? Contrast in the website specs is only 1000:1 is that a mistake? Curvature is more pronounced according to the tech sheet
So many monitor deals at the moment. Holding out for a good price on a 49" super-ultrawide…
"100% srgb, around 90% DCI-P3"
OP, where did you obtain the colour spec's from? Couldn't find it listed on their site/product sheet:
"Color Gamut 72%" is meaningless. 72% based on what standard?
EDIT: Found 72% NTSC
Anyone, how does it compare to Dell Ultrasharp?
Would this be a good pick to go with an Xbox Series X?
And is it too big to use for work?