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LG 34UB67-B

LG also supplies big wfhd-monitors for applications other than gaming, but these models have a modest price. The 34UB67-B has a regular 60 Hz panel, but it is an IPS-model and a height adjustable base is also part of the package. 

LG 34UB67-B

Aside from that we find two times hdmi, dvi, displayport, built-in speakers and a usb 3.0 hub. All in all a very complete monitor, and that at an average price that is slightly less than 402 pounds / 450 euros. LG has a panel of 34 inch, versus the 35 inch panels found on the competitors, but that one inch is not that much of a difference to us. 

LG 34UB67-B

You might be wondering if you can game on this business model, and we can answer that question for you: yes you can, 60 fps is perfectly achievable considering the response times. Furthermore there is no input lag. The colour quality definitely does not disappoint, this model has a very small grayscale deviation and a very small colour fault. The colour temperature is pretty neutral and despite the uncharacteristic high black value (considering this is an IPS-panel) the contrast ends up at a solid 1133:1. If you do not want extremely high refresh rates this is an excellent choice. 

  • LG 34UB67-B
  • LG 34UB67-B
  • LG 34UB67-B
  • LG 34UB67-B
  • LG 34UB67-B
  • LG 34UB67-B
  • LG 34UB67-B
 


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