Conclusion If you're ready for some big-screen gaming and don't mind parting with a sizable wad of cash, the LG 38UC99-W is an excellent choice. Not only is it the biggest gaming monitor we've tested, but it offers a wealth of gamer-friendly features,...
7 expert reviews | 25 user reviews
If you’re a casual or competitive gamer looking to spend less than £500 on an ultrawide monitor, I don’t think you’ll find many that compete with the LG 34UC79G. I recommend it.
4 expert reviews | 17 user reviews
Image quality Easy Setup IPS Screen Value
2 expert reviews | 55 user reviews
There’s nothing quite like working (and playing) on an ultra-wide curved monitor, and this is one of the best we’ve seen.
2 expert reviews | 26 user reviews
In addition to its gaming prowess, the LG 27MU67 excels at delivering excellent picture quality thanks to its 4K Ultra HD resolution that provides increased clarity, sharper texture and more details. The monitor’s specially designed IPS 4K panels...
6 expert reviews | 48 user reviews
Conclusion With the LG 34UC98-W, you get solid gaming performance and a sharp, highly detailed picture on a spacious 34-inch, widescreen panel. Its 1,900R curvature ratio puts you a bit closer to the action than other curved big-screen monitors that...
2 expert reviews | 32 user reviews
Aside from some minor issues with its Anti-Glare coating for the display, a lack of USB ports and the limited support stand adjustment options we like the LG 27UD68. It looks great, its display is virtually bezel-free and the picture performance specs...
2 expert reviews | 91 user reviews
The LG 23MP68VQ is a 23-inch monitor that costs just £130 but has some handy features that make it a great deal. These include an IPS panel with Full HD resolution, a 75Hz refresh rate, and FreeSync. This should make it an ideal budget all-rounder that...
1 expert reviews | 26 user reviews
While FreeSync itself is perhaps a handy completely practical addition rather than a headline feature, this is still a versatile and quality monitor that should suit gamers and multitaskers well. If you want something with a higher resolution and don't...
11 expert reviews | 116 user reviews
Conclusion If you're a gamer seeking a stylish monitor that's equipped with the latest technologies, you'll appreciate the LG 27UD88-W. It delivers a sharp UHD picture, excellent gaming performance, and raft of features, including AMD's FreeSync...
2 expert reviews | 10 user reviews
Conclusion The LG 24GM77 is a solid choice for gamers seeking a 24-inch monitor that delivers smooth gaming action and low input lag. It offers fairly accurate colors and a robust feature set, but like most TN-based monitors, its viewing-angle...
7 expert reviews | 84 user reviews
LG continues to dominate UltraWide monitors, unleashing the 34UC87C, an IPS-based curved UltraWide height adjustable monitor that is super-awesome.
4 expert reviews | 102 user reviews
Should your next monitor be a 21:9 aspect one?
27 expert reviews | 310 user reviews
The 34UM95 finally does 21:9 justice, featuring a huge working area free of scaling issues, low input lag and high colour accuracy wrapped up in an attractive design. It's not the cheapest of its kind, but it goes some way to justifying the cost.
29 expert reviews | 335 user reviews
The high price is this screen's biggest problem – in other areas, its curved display is attractive for work and play, image quality is high and it's got a huge diagonal size.
16 expert reviews | 99 user reviews
Brilliant alternative to an Apple Thunderbolt display, great for photographic work, half the price.
1 expert reviews | 8 user reviews
The LG 34UM65-P is a good screen to have, if you are willing to pay the price. The resolution is quite good, and it is also good to have speakers such as this. The display also looks very good with its transparent base, and all the variations of the...
3 expert reviews | 145 user reviews
A potential replacement for users who currently use two separate monitors
8 expert reviews | 115 user reviews
The bottom line for the LG 31MU97-B is that you simply can’t go wrong with this monitor if you’re a professional in the video, visual and graphic editing fields. It’s also excellent for any normal use. Though you should be ready to spend a bit more...
2 expert reviews | 84 user reviews
From the outside, the LG 27EA83 appears perfectly sound. For $999, you're getting a flexible, highly specialized display with a large screen and high resolution. Unfortunately, testing revealed that the LG 27EA83 has some flaws with its natural,...
12 expert reviews | 45 user reviews
great for the price I'd even say it's a steal
1 expert reviews | 6 user reviews
Such a combination of style, features and performance makes the LG IPS236V a superb monitor which becomes almost incredible when you consider the £150 asking price.
12 expert reviews | 102 user reviews
The LG E2290V is still a good choice if you want a slim, lightweight monitor that provides good image quality for both work and play.
23 expert reviews | 135 user reviews
LG's first Cinema 3D passive monitor should fit the bill
20 expert reviews | 356 user reviews
Dual-monitor setups are ideal for users who require lots of screen real estate, but they tend to take up an awful lot of desktop space and can create a cabling nightmare. With the sharp-looking LG 29EA73-P you can reclaim your desktop without...
4 expert reviews | 38 user reviews
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