The Best UltraWide Monitors (2021 Reviews)

Looking for the best ultrawide monitor? Check out the best 3440x1440, 2560x1080, FreeSync, G-SYNC, curved, flat, 144Hz and many more models.

Interested in an ultra-wide monitor?

Here you’ll find everything you need to know about ultrawide displays, as well as the best deals currently available.

The ultrawide format provides you with more horizontal screen space which makes gaming and movies more immersive, work more productive and your monitor will simply look cooler.

TypeMonitorSizeResolutionPanelRefresh RateVRR 
Best Budget UltraWide Monitors29”2560x1080IPS75HzFreeSync
(G-SYNC Stable)
(G-SYNC Stable)
(G-SYNC Compatible)
Best VA UltraWide Monitors34”3440x1440VA144HzFreeSync
(G-SYNC Unstable)
49”5120x1440VA240HzFreeSync Premium Pro
(G-SYNC Compatible)
49”5120x1440VA240HzFreeSync Premium Pro
Best IPS UltraWide Monitors34”3440x1440IPS160HzFreeSync
(G-SYNC Compatible)
38”3840x1600IPS144HzG-SYNC Ultimate + FreeSync
*Recommended monitor - a review section will be added soon
budget pick


MSI MAG301RF Monitor
  • 2560×1080 200Hz
  • Fast response time
  • G-SYNC Compatible
best value

Gigabyte G34WQC

Gigabyte G34WQC Monitor Front
  • 3440×1440 144Hz
  • High contrast ratio
  • AMD FreeSync
best overall

LG 34GP83A

lg 34gn850 monitor
  • 3440×1440 160Hz
  • Fast response time
  • G-SYNC Compatible

As you can see, there are quite a few LG ultrawide displays on our list. That’s because LG is the main ultrawide IPS panel manufacturer; in fact, all the IPS monitors in this list feature LG’s panels, while the VA panels are either made by Samsung or AU Optronics.

So, you’re getting a first-class display with any ultrawide monitor listed here, just make sure you pick the right combination of specifications for your needs and preferences.

Ultrawide monitors are available in different screen sizesresolutions and refresh rates in addition to differentiating by panel type and certain features; so, take note of our tips in the reviews below to ensure you’re getting the best ultrawide monitor for you!

You can view our changelogs for this buying guide at the end of this article.

Best Budget UltraWide Monitors

If you’ve got a limited budget, do not despair — you can still get an excellent ultrawide monitor! In this category, you’ll find the best ultrawide monitors ranging from under $200 up to ~$350.

The Pros:

  • Good value for the price
  • Decent pixel density
  • Vibrant colors and wide viewing angles
  • Plenty of features including FreeSync

The Cons:

  • Tilt-only design

About The Monitor

If you’re looking for a new ultrawide monitor, we highly recommend you save up at least for the LG 29WK600 as it offers extraordinary value for the money.

Image Quality

The LG 29WK600 features an IPS panel with 99% sRGB gamut ensuring accurate, consistent and vibrant color reproduction fit for entry-level designers and photographers.

Further, its 2560×1080 resolution provides plenty of screen real estate and vivid details thanks to the solid pixel density of 96 PPI (pixels per inch).

Other panel-related specs include a 1,000:1 static contrast ratio, a 300-nit peak brightness and wide 178° viewing angles, all of which are standard for an IPS display at this price range.

The monitor also supports HDR (High Dynamic Range), but only via software emulation as it lacks proper color gamut, brightness and contrast for a notable improvement of the picture for HDR content.

Basically, enabling HDR for compatible content will just make the picture washed out, but in rare cases, it may look slightly better. Since this type of HDR support doesn’t really increase the monitor’s price, it can be ignored.


amd freesync logo

Thanks to the AMD FreeSync variable refresh rate (VRR) technology, you’ll be able to enjoy a gaming experience without any screen tearing and stuttering or added input lag if you have a compatible graphics card by AMD or NVIDIA (GTX 10-series or newer).

The VRR range of the LG 29WK600 is 40-75Hz/FPS (Frames Per Second). So, as long as your frame rate is within it, smooth performance in video games is guaranteed.

Other useful features include On-Screen Control (for adjusting OSD settings in a desktop app), Screen Split (partitions the desktop into different layouts for easier multitasking), Black Stabilizer (improves visibility in darker games), Dynamic Action Sync (minimizes input lag), custom crosshairs and picture presets (FPS, RTS, etc.).

Lastly, the monitor has a 5ms response time speed, which is more than quick enough to eliminate prominent trailing of fast-moving objects in video games at 75Hz on IPS panels.

Design & Connectivity

lg 29wk600 back

The LG 29WK600 design is tilt-only but it’s VESA mount compatible (100 x 100mm). Connectivity options include two HDMI 2.0 ports, DisplayPort 1.2, a headphone jack and two 5W MaxxAudio built-in speakers.

Note that the monitor is 29″ in diagonal, but since it’s wider than a regular 16:9 widescreen monitor, it’s as tall as a 23″ 16:9 display. This might look a bit awkward at first, especially if you’re used to bigger monitors, but you’ll quickly get used to it and fall in love with the ultra-wide ratio and all the extra horizontal space.


Depending on your budget, you might want to check the following alternatives as well:

  •  LG 25UM58 – A cheaper and smaller ultrawide monitor with an IPS panel, but no AMD FreeSync
  •  LG 29WK500 – An older model of the WK600. It’s a bit cheaper but doesn’t have built-in speakers, HDR support, or a DisplayPort input meaning that you won’t be able to use FreeSync with compatible NVIDIA cards

2560×1080 IPS ultrawide monitors are also available as 34″ variants. However, these models have a lower pixel-per-inch ratio (81 PPI), so the image won’t be as clear and sharp, but the bigger screen does provide a more immersive gaming experience.

  • LG 34WK650 – 34″ version of the LG 29WK600
  • Philips 343E2E – 34″ 2560×1080 IPS ultrawide monitor with USB-C (DP Alt Mode and 65W PD)

The Pros:

  • High contrast ratio
  • Decent pixel density
  • AMD FreeSync up to 200Hz
  • Good value for the price

The Cons:

  • Not as vibrant colors as on the IPS models
  • Moderate ghosting in fast-paced games, mainly in darker scenes
  • Tilt-only stand

About The Monitor

If you want a high refresh rate ultrawide display at an affordable price, there’s the Sceptre C305B-200UN.

Image Quality

This ultrawide gaming monitor is based on a VA panel, so you get a higher contrast ratio of 3,000:1 as opposed to 1,000:1 of the LG 29WK600 IPS display. As a result, you get much deeper blacks and a more vivid relation between the darkest and the brightest shades.

The colors, however, are not as accurate nor as vibrant. The Sceptre C305B covers only 90% of the sRGB color space. Moreover, the viewing angles aren’t as wide, but you’ll still be able to look at the screen at most angles without the image shifting in color and contrast.


What makes the Sceptre C305B exceptional is the fast 200Hz refresh rate at such a low price, which will make the gaming experience a lot more responsive and immersive. Even at just 100FPS+, video games will simply be more enjoyable to play. 

Now, there’s a catch. The pixel response time of VA panels isn’t as quick as that of the IPS models, especially when it comes to transitioning from deep blacks to other colors, which results in noticeable trailing of fast-moving objects.

The response time speed of the Sceptre C305B isn’t quick enough to keep up with its high 200Hz refresh rate, so you will notice more black smearing when your FPS exceeds 144FPS. However, keep in mind that this will vary from game to game and your own sensitivity to motion blur and ghosting.

You can simply limit the refresh rate to 120Hz or 144Hz, which still provides a massive boost in responsiveness and motion clarity as opposed to 75Hz.

Even if the monitor had a maximum refresh rate of 144Hz, we’d still recommend it at this price range. Think of the 200Hz refresh rate as a bonus that may not look great in all games, but in certain other games, it will work perfectly. 

Further, the Sceptre C305B-200UN supports AMD FreeSync, which works well with compatible NVIDIA cards.

Its FreeSync range is 48-200Hz over DisplayPort, while the HDMI ports are limited to 165Hz (HDMI 2.0) and 75Hz (HDMI 1.4).

Design & Connectivity

sceptre c305b 200un monitor back

Unlike the LG29WK600, the Sceptre C305B has a curved screen (1800R), which adds a bit of depth and immersion to the viewing experience. The stand is tilt-only, but you can mount the screen using the provided VESA mount adapter.

Connectivity options include DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 1.4, HDMI 2.0, a headphone jack and dual 3W built-in speakers. There are also two red LED strips at the back of the monitor.


Torn between the Sceptre C305B and the LG 29WK600?

If you’re into color-critical content creation and mostly play more demanding and graphically oriented games where your FPS rarely surpasses 75FPS, we recommend LG’s model.

For watching videos/movies and casual gaming (assuming you can get higher FPS), go with the Sceptre C305B.

Competitive gamers should get the MSI MAG301RF with a 2560×1080 resolution, a 200Hz refresh rate, and an IPS panel with a fast response time speed. A full review section for it will be added soon. In the meantime, you can check out our review of it in another article.

Other ‘budget’ IPS ultrawides worth considering include the Acer XV340CKP (~$450) with a 3440×1440 144Hz flat-screen panel and the Acer CB342CK ($400) with a 3440×1440 75Hz flat-screen panel.

However, for most people, the MSI MAG301RF will be better for competitive fast-paced gameplay due to lower resolution, high refresh rate and faster response time, whereas those who prefer better visuals would be more satisfied with a 3440×1440 144Hz curved VA model at this price range, which we’ll get into next.

So, the above-mentioned flat-screen IPS ultrawides are the in-between options: if you don’t play competitive FPS games, but would still like fast response time and smooth VRR performance – or if you prefer consistent colors to a higher contrast ratio.

Best VA UltraWide Monitors

Now that we’ve got the budget variants out of the way, let’s move on to the mid-range and high-end models that are available with both IPS and VA panels. Here’s a quick recap of the advantages and disadvantages of both panels:

VA panels offer a higher contrast ratio, which results in deeper blacks and better relation between the brightest and the darkest shades, but they don’t have as accurate and distinct colors as IPS models.

Further, VA monitors have the slowest response time out of all panel technologies, which makes them less suited for fast-paced games due to visible ghosting. However, since the ghosting is mostly noticeable in darker scenes, it’s not an issue for casual gaming.

The Pros:

  • Immersive image quality with high pixel density, contrast and wide color gamut
  • Plenty of gaming features including FreeSync and MBR
  • Height-adjustable stand

The Cons:

  • Minor ghosting in fast-paced games, mainly in darker scenes
  • Some units of the monitor have flickering issues with FreeSync enabled

About The Monitor

In case you want a big 34″ ultrawide monitor with a crisp image quality and plenty of screen space, the Gigabyte G34WQC is the most cost-effective display as it also offers a high 144Hz refresh rate!

Image Quality

Based on a VA panel with a superior contrast ratio of 3,000:1, the Gigabyte G34WQC ultrawide monitor delivers true blacks with vivid details in the shadows and highlights of the image.

The colors aren’t quite as accurate and consistent as that of the IPS models, but they are vivid and gorgeous nonetheless. In fact, the monitor has a wide 90% DCI-P3 (120% sRGB) color gamut, so the colors will be more saturated and lifelike.

Alternatively, you can use the provided sRGB emulation mode if you want a more accurate color representation. Add to that the 3440×1440 screen resolution, and you get an incredibly immersive image quality for the price.

Now, the specified 4ms response time speed of the Gigabyte G34WQC might be faster than the 5ms speed of the LG 29WK600 on paper, but in reality, it’s a different story.

Because VA panel displays have such deep black tones, dark pixels take longer to change into lighter shades. This results in visible smearing of fast-moving objects when dark pixels are involved.

Unless you’re a hardcore FPS gamer, the amount of smearing will be tolerable. To decrease the amount of perceptible ghosting, you can use the Aim Stabilizer MBR (Motion Blur Reduction) technology, which via backlight strobing makes motion blur less visible.


Moving on, the Gigabyte G34WQC supports AMD FreeSync with a 48-144Hz VRR range. However, some units of the monitor will have brightness flickering when FreeSync is enabled.

The brightness flickering is most noticeable if your frame rate fluctuates a lot and when it dips around 48FPS and triggers LFC. This mostly occurs in in-game menus and loading screens. Not all units have this issue though.

If you do get a faulty unit, you can try decreasing the FreeSync range via CRU; you can simply disable FreeSync in games where flickering often occurs or use MBR instead for smoother motion clarity.

Note that MBR and FreeSync cannot be active at the same time.

Other features include DisplayHDR 400 support, PiP/PbP support, Black Equalizer (improves visibility in darker games), Color Vibrance (quick color saturation adjustments), pre-calibrated picture presets and crosshair overlays.

For more information, visit our Gigabyte G34WQC review.

Design & Connectivity

Gigabyte G34WQC Design

The stand of the monitor is sturdy and offers height adjustment up to 100mm, -5°/20° tilt and 100x100mm VESA mount compatibility.

Connectivity options include two HDMI 2.0 ports, two DisplayPort 1.4 inputs, a headphone jack and two 2W built-in speakers. Note that HDMI 2.0 is limited to 100Hz at 3440×1440.


Similar monitors using the same panel include:

All four of the above-mentioned ultrawide monitors use the same panel, so the image quality and performance will be basically identical, including the risk of getting a unit with FreeSync brightness flickering.

Therefore, you can simply choose according to your preference of the design/features or go for whichever is available/cheaper. Not sure which one to pick? Leave us a comment below!

Do you have a gaming laptop with USB-C that supports DP Alt Mode and Power Delivery?

Consider the Philips 346B1C which features a USB-C port with DisplayPort 1.2 Alternate Mode and Power Delivery up to 90W! It has a 100Hz refresh rate, 3440×1440 resolution and wide color gamut.

The Pros:

  • High contrast ratio and pixel density
  • Wide color gamut and strong peak brightness
  • Plenty of features including FreeSync up to 240Hz
  • Ergonomic stand and rich connectivity options

The Cons:

  • Only 10 dimming zones
  • Some overshoot at 220 – 240FPS when VRR is enabled

About The Monitor

There are numerous super ultra-wide monitors available as well.

These models feature an even wider 32:9 aspect ratio and are usually 49″ in diagonal, which is equivalent to two 27″ monitors put side by side but without the bezels in between them.

The Samsung Odyssey G9 has an impressive 5120×1440 screen resolution, a 240Hz refresh rate, 1ms GtG response time and DisplayHDR 1000 certification!

Image Quality

The 5120×1440 resolution on a 49″ screen results in the same pixel density as 2560×1440 on 27″ displays i.e., 108 pixels per inch. So, you get plenty of screen space and vivid details without having to use scaling.

While the Samsung G9 has a 2,500:1 static contrast ratio, its edge-lit backlight has localized dimming, which further improves the contrast ratio of the picture.

What’s more, it has a stunning peak luminance of 1,000-nits (420-nits typical) for HDR content, which makes for incredible detail clarity in the shadows and highlights of the image.

Additionally, the monitor uses a quantum dot enhanced film to extend its color gamut to 95% DCI-P3 (125% sRGB) for striking colors with 10-bit depth.

Overall, you get the most immersive image quality possible at this price range.


Moving on, the monitor supports AMD FreeSync Premium Pro over DisplayPort (not over HDMI), which allows HDR and VRR to work simultaneously and without any added input lag.

FreeSync also works with NVIDIA cards, and the monitor is officially certified as G-SYNC Compatible by NVIDIA.

Note that to get 240Hz, you will need a graphics card that supports DSC (Display Stream Compression) over DisplayPort 1.4. Otherwise, you’ll be limited to 120Hz at 5120×1440.

Other features include customizable crosshairs, Low Input Lag Mode, Black Equalizer and pre-calibrated picture presets for FPS, RTS, RPG and AOS games.

You can find more about the monitor in our detailed Samsung G9 review.

Design & Connectivity

samsung odyssey c49g95t monitor design

The Samsung G9 has a sturdy design with a premium feel to it while the ergonomics include up to 120mm height adjustment, -5°/20° tilt, +/- 15° swivel and 100x100mm VESA mount compatibility.

Connectivity options are quite abundant and include two DisplayPort 1.4 inputs, HDMI 2.0, a headphone jack and one upstream plus two downstream USB 3.0 ports.

The HDMI port on this gaming monitor is limited to 5120×1440 at 60Hz or 3840×1080 at 120Hz, but it supports HDR.


For cheaper similar alternatives, consider the following models. However, note that all of them have slower response times, resulting in noticeable smearing behind fast-moving objects.

If you’re looking for something better, check out the new Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 with a 2048-zone FALD mini LED backlight.

Best IPS UltraWide Monitors

Meet the best IPS ultrawide monitors for gaming, work, and other use. The IPS ultrawides offer more accurate colors for content creators and faster response times, which ensure no prominent smearing and ghosting. They are, however, more expensive and don’t have as high contrast ratio as the VA variants.

The Pros:

  • Wide color gamut and HDR400
  • Quick response time and 144Hz
  • FreeSync 2 and 1ms MBR
  • Ergonomic design with rich connectivity options

The Cons:

  • Low contrast ratio for the optimal HDR picture quality

About The Monitor

In case you want both: a high screen resolution and a 144Hz refresh rate as well as accurate colors and quick response time, the LG 34GP83A is the best ultrawide monitor out there.

Image Quality

Based on LG’s latest Nano-IPS panel, the LG 34GP83A offers a wide color gamut with 98% DCI-P3 coverage, 10-bit color depth (8-bit + 2-bit FRC) and a 400-nit peak brightness.

Moreover, the monitor supports HDR with VESA’s DisplayHDR 400 certification, which we find too weak for a notable HDR viewing experience like that of the G9.

Thanks to the wide color gamut and a decent peak brightness, though, the image quality is great.

Note that to get 3440×1440 at 144Hz, you will need a graphics card with DisplayPort 1.4; otherwise, you’ll be limited to 120Hz at 3440×1440 (with DisplayPort 1.2).

What makes this ultrawide gaming monitor different from the older 34″ 3440×1440 IPS models is its superior pixel response time speed of 1ms GtG for zero trailing and overshoot in fast-paced games.

You can also overclock the monitor up to 160Hz if you drop the color depth support from 10-bit to 8-bit.


Besides the common features such as Black Stabilizer, Crosshair, D.A.S and FPS/RTS presets, the LG 34GP83A also supports AMD FreeSync (48-144Hz) with certified G-SYNC compatibility.

Design & Connectivity

lg 34gp83a monitor design

The LG 34GP83A has a curvature of 1900R, it can be tilted by -5°/15°, height adjusted by up to 110mm and it’s VESA mount compatible (100x100mm pattern).

Connectivity options include DisplayPort 1.4, two HDMI 2.0 ports (max 85Hz at 3440×1440), a dual-USB 3.0 hub and a headphone jack.


Keep in mind that there’s also the LG 34GN850 model, which features all the same specifications as the LG 34GP83A. It just has a slightly different design at the back of the monitor and a different OSD menu yet it’s $150 – $200 more expensive.

So, we recommend going with the LG 34GP83A model for the best value for the money.

The Pros:

  • Big screen with a high resolution
  • Vibrant and accurate colors
  • Quick response time speed
  • G-SYNC up to 144Hz
  • Plenty of additional gaming features
  • Ergonomic stand, USB ports
  • DisplayHDR 600

The Cons:

  • IPS glow and low contrast ratio, as expected from this panel technology
  • No sRGB mode

About The Monitor

In case you want an even bigger ultrawide monitor, the Dell Alienware AW3821DW is the best 38″ model for gaming currently available.

Image Quality

This giant ultrawide curved monitor isn’t only bigger than its 34″-35″ counterparts, it also has a higher screen resolution of 3840×1600 pixels.

So, you still get the perfect pixel density of 110 PPI as well as a larger screen.

The Nano IPS panel of the Dell AW3821DW supports 10-bit color and has a wide 95% DCI-P3 color gamut (131% sRGB), but it lacks an sRGB emulation mode. So, if you care about accurate sRGB colors, you’ll need a colorimeter to profile the monitor.

It also supports DisplayHDR 600 and has a peak brightness of 600-nits as well as a 32-zone local dimming solution.

In addition, its rapid 1ms GtG response time speed provides flawless performance in fast-paced games.

Keep in mind that you will need to use 8-bit color for 144Hz, whereas for 10-bit color, you’ll need to lower the refresh rate to 120Hz due to DP 1.4 bandwidth limitations.


The Dell AW3821DW has a dedicated G-SYNC module for impeccable VRR performance, and it also supports VRR with AMD graphics cards over DisplayPort.

Other features include Dark Stabilizer, on-screen timers, a refresh rate tracker and various picture presets.

For more information, visit our Dell AW3821DW review.

Design & Connectivity

Dell Alienware AW3821DW Monitor Design

The AW3821DW features a gorgeous and robust design with up to 130mm height adjustment, -5°/21° tilt, +/- 20° swivel and 100x100mm VESA mount compatibility.

Connectivity options include DisplayPort 1.4, two HDMI 2.0 ports (maximum 85Hz), a headphone jack and a quad-USB 3.0 hub. At the back of the monitor, there are RGB LEDs, while the screen curvature is 2300R for added immersion.


  • LG 38GL950G – monitor based on the same panel with a dedicated G-SYNC module, but weaker DisplayHDR 400 support yet higher price tag. It does have an sRGB mode, but for less than the price difference, you can just get a colorimeter.
  • LG 38GN950 – monitor based on the same panel without the G-SYNC module and with the same DisplayHDR 600 certification (though fewer 12 dimming zones). It has an sRGB mode, but it’s also more expensive than the AW3821DW.

The availability and pricing of these 38″ ultrawide gaming monitors is all over the place depending on the region, sales and whatnot, so feel free to leave us a comment below if you need help picking the best model for the price.

If you’re looking for a 38″ ultrawide monitor mainly for productivity work and not gaming, check out the ViewSonic VP3881 instead. It’s cheaper, but it doesn’t have any of the gaming features the Dell/LG monitors offers. However, it offers better color accuracy with 14-bit 3D LUT and Delta < 2 factory calibration.

The Pros:

  • Wide color gamut
  • Accurate and consistent colors
  • High pixel density
  • Ergonomic design and rich connectivity options

The Cons:

  • Expensive
  • Low contrast ratio for the optimal HDR viewing experience

About The Monitor

The LG 34WK95U is the first ultrawide display to feature a screen resolution of 5120×2160 pixels. Some refer to it as 4K ultrawide or even 5K ultrawide, but LG simply calls it ‘5K2K’.

Image Quality

Besides offering a high resolution that results in an incredibly rich pixel density of 163 pixels per inch (same as 3840×2160 on 27″ screens), the LG 34WK95U has the latest Nano IPS panel technology with 98% DCI-P3 color gamut.

So, you get flawless details, plenty of screen space and stunning color quality.

The monitor also has VESA’s DisplayHDR-600 certification, but its static contrast ratio of only 1,200:1 will cause most of the extra HDR details to be lost.

Other-panel related specs include a 450-nit peak brightness (600-nit for HDR content), 178-degree viewing angles, a 60Hz refresh rate, a 5ms response time speed and, naturally, 10-bit color support (8-bit + 2-bit FRC).

Design & Connectivity

lg 34wk95u monitor back

In order to reach 5120×2160 at 60Hz, you will need to use either DisplayPort 1.4 or Thunderbolt 3, though your device needs to support Intel’s Titan Ridge version of Thunderbolt 3. The HDMI 2.0 port limits the resolution to 3440×1440.

Connectivity options on the monitor are as follows: DisplayPort 1.4, two HDMI 2.0 inputs, a USB type C port (Thunderbolt 3), a headphone jack, a dual-USB 3.0 hub and two 5W built-in speakers.

You can elevate the screen of the monitor up to 110mm, tilt it by -5°/15°, and VESA mount it using the 100 x 100mm pattern.


  • MSI PS341WU – MSI’s monitor based on the same panel
  • LG 34WK95C – A 3440×1440 ultrawide curved monitor with 98% DCI-P3 gamut, DisplayHDR 400 and USB-C (60W power delivery)
  • LG 34WL850 – the same monitor as the LG 34WK95C but with a flat screen and Thunderbolt 3

Looking for something similar but larger? Check out the Dell U4021WQ, a 40″ IPS ultrawide monitor with a 5120×2160 resolution.


Did you manage to choose the best ultrawide monitor for you?

Let us know if you need any further assistance in the comments below!

All in all, you can’t go wrong with the LG 34GP83A; it offers an incredible image quality as well as smooth performance and plenty of useful features.

In case you got a limited budget, you should at least save up for the MSI MAG301RF if you’re a competitive gamer or the Gigabyte G34WQC if you want a lot more immersive gaming experience.

If you can afford something a bit fancier, the Samsung G9 and Neo G9, as well as the Dell AW3821DW (depending on your budget and preference) will provide you with otherworldly gaming and viewing experience.

Changelog +

  • August 3, 2021:
    – Replaced the LG 38GN950 with the Dell AW3821DW.
    – Removed the LG 34GL750, the LG 34UC80 and the Acer X35.
    – Added the MSI MAG301RF, the Samsung Neo G9 and the Dell U4021WQ to the table. Review sections will be added soon.
  • April 15, 2021:
    – Added the Dell C3422WE as a premium alternative to the LG 34UC80.

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Rob Shafer
Rob Shafer

Rob is a software engineer with a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Denver. He now works full-time managing DisplayNinja while coding his own projects on the side.