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Best USB-C Monitor for Macbook Pro and Windows Laptops

Having a USB-C monitor connected to a compatible device allows you to simultaneously transfer video/audio, data, and charge that device with just one cable.

So, instead of connecting both your laptop and your monitor to power outlets and then using an HDMI or DP/mDP cable to connect the laptop to the monitor to get the picture, you can plug just your monitor to a power outlet and the laptop will get both power and video (and USB data) over the USB-C port on the monitor.

However, not all monitors with a USB-C port can charge a power-hungry device such as a laptop; only those that support USB PD (Power Delivery) can. Therefore, we’ve only included monitors that support USB PD in this guide.

These are the best USB-C monitors currently available.

Top 15 USB-C Monitors For 2020

TypeMonitorSizeResolutionPanelPower Delivery 
Best Budget USB-C MonitorsDell P2419HC24”1920x1080IPS60W
Philips 258B6QUEB
(Editor’s Pick)
25”2560x1440IPS60W
ViewSonic VP277127”2560x1440IPS60W
Best 4K UHD USB-C MonitorsASUS MX27UC27”3840x2160IPS60W
LG 27UK85027”3840x2160IPS60W
Dell U3219Q
(Editor’s Pick)
32”3840x2160IPS90W
LG 32UL95032”3840x2160IPS60W
Best UltraWide USB-C MonitorsDell U3419W34”3440x1440IPS90W
ViewSonic VP388138”3840x1600IPS60W
Dell U3818DW38”3840x1600IPS95W
Best UltraWide Gaming USB-C MonitorsSamsung C34J791
(Editor’s Pick)
34”3440x1440VA85W
Acer XR382CQK38”3840x1600IPS60W
Best Premium USB-C MonitorsLG 22MD4KA22”4096x2304IPS60W
LG 27MD5KB27”5120x2880IPS85W
LG 34WK95U34”5120x2160IPS85W

Note that USB type C monitors with PD differentiate by their maximum power delivery capacity. So, check your laptop’s power consumption to ensure that you’re getting a monitor that’ll be able to properly power it; Your laptop must support USB power delivery.

Next, in order to get video signal, your laptop must support ThunderBolt 3 or DisplayPort Alternate Mode over USB-C.

Lastly, you will need a USB-C to USB-C cable that supports DisplayPort Alt. Mode if the USB-C cable that was provided with your laptop or monitor doesn’t support it. In this case, look for USB-C 3.1 Gen 1 (USB 3.0 SuperSpeed – 5 Gbps), USB-C 3.1 Gen 2 (USB 3.1 – 10 Gbps) or Thunderbolt 3 (40 Gbps) cables depending on the bandwidth/resolution you need.

3A USB-C cables can power a device up to 60W whereas for over 60W and up to 100W, you will need a 5A cable.

All monitors in this guide (except for the Samsung C34J791) feature IPS panels which ensure the most accurate and consistent colors as well as wide 178-degree viewing angles and quick response time. You can learn more about different panel technologies here.

Additionally, if you’re looking for a portable USB-powered monitor, you can check our best portable monitors buyer’s guide.

Best Budget USB-C Monitors

Initially, USB-C was only available in high-end devices, but nowadays, you can find a few affordable USB-C monitors as well!

Dell P2419HC – Best Budget 1080p USB-C Monitor

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The Dell P2419HC is the cheapest USB-C monitor that’s capable of 60W power delivery.

It features a 23.8″ IPS panel with 8-bit color depth via dithering (6-bit + 2-bit FRC), 1920×1080 resolution, a standard 60Hz refresh rate, a 250-nit peak brightness, a static contrast ratio of 1,000:1, and a 5ms response time speed.

Such specifications can be found on cheaper monitors under $150, but the Dell P2419HC has additional tricks in its sleeve apart from USB-C.

Design & Connectivity

The design of the Dell P2419HC USB-C display is robust and versatile with full ergonomic support (height adjustment, tilt, swivel, pivot, and VESA mount compatibility).

Plus, it’s got a built-in quad-USB hub (2x USB 3.0 and 2x USB 3.0 with 5V/2A fast-charging), USB-C 3.1 (DisplayPort 1.2 Alt Mode), HDMI 1.4, a headphones jack, DisplayPort 1.2, and even a DisplayPort-Out port for MST daisy chaining.

On Amazon, you will also find the 22″ and 27″ models, the Dell P2219HC and the Dell P2719HC, but we recommend the 24″ model as it offers the best value for the money as well as a decent pixel density (pixel-per-inch ratio).

What We Loved

  • Cheapest USB-C monitor with 60W PD
  • Crisp image quality and vibrant colors
  • Rich connectivity options including DisplayPort-Out
  • Fully ergonomic design

What We Didn’t Like

  • None

Philips 258B6QUEB – Affordable 1440p USB-C Monitor

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The Philips 258B6QUEB is only slightly more expensive than the Dell P2419HC yet it offers 2560×1440 screen resolution which will provide you with a lot more screen space and details.

It’s based on an IPS panel with true 8-bit color depth and a wider gamut (~109% sRGB) as well as a slightly higher peak brightness of 350-nits. Other panel-related specs include a 5ms response time and a 60Hz refresh rate.

Design & Connectivity

While the Philips 258B6QUEB doesn’t have a DisplayPort-out port, it’s equipped with a plethora of connectivity options such as VGA, Dual-Link DVI-D, DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 1.4, USB-C 3.1 (DisplayPort 1.2 Alt Mode) with 60W PD, three USB 3.1 downstream ports (one with fast-charging), a headphones jack, an audio jack for 2x2W integrated speakers, and even a RJ45 Ethernet port.

The design build is excellent as well with height, pivot, swivel, and tilt ergonomic abilities as well as VESA mount compatibility.

What We Loved

  • Cheapest 1440p monitor with USB-C
  • Exceptional image quality
  • Extensive connectivity options including an Ethernet port
  • Full ergonomic support

What We Didn’t Like

  • None

ViewSonic VP2771 – Professional 27″ 1440p USB-C Monitor

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27″ 1440p monitors are very popular as they provide the perfect screen size/resolution, but there aren’t many 27″ monitors with USB-C available which leaves you with the ViewSonic VP2771 as the most cost-effective solution.

The monitor is based on an IPS panel with true 8-bit color depth. This USB type C display is factory-calibrated at Delta E < 2 with 100% sRGB, Rec.709, EBU, SMPTE-C, and DICOM-SIM color gamut.

Moreover, it features 14-bit 3D LUT (Look-Up Table) making it an ideal display for those looking for a color-critical display with USB-C that won’t break the bank.

Design & Connectivity

The ViewSonic VP2771 has a fully ergonomic design with rich connectivity options including HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort 1.2, DisplayPort-Out, mini-DisplayPort, USB-C 3.1 with 60W PD (DisplayPort 1.2 Alternate Mode), three USB 3.1 downstream ports, one USB 3.0 upstream port (for the built-in KVM Switch), and a headphones jack.

You will also find exclusive features such as the CAD/CAM, Animation, and Video Editing picture presets as well as the Dual Color feature which allows you to simultaneously display different color gamuts side by side via Picture by Picture.

Alternatively, you may be interested in the Dell S2719DC with AMD FreeSync (48-75Hz range) and DisplayHDR 600. However, it won’t support HDR over USB-C (only over HDMI) and it has only 45W PD yet costs just as much as the professional-grade ViewSonic VP2771.

What We Loved

  • Accurate and precise colors, high pixel density
  • Plenty of features
  • Rich connectivity options
  • Professional-grade factory calibration
  • Fully ergonomic design

What We Didn’t Like

  • None

Best 4K UHD USB-C Monitors

Got a 4K laptop and want to pair it with a worthy 4K monitor with USB-C? Look no further, you will find the best models right here!

ASUS Designo MX27UC – Affordable 4K USB-C Monitor

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The ASUS MX27UC is the cheapest 4K monitor with USB-C and PD up to 60W.

4K Ultra HD resolution provides a stunning picture quality on this 27″ monitor; with a pixel density of 163 PPI (pixels per inch), you get plenty of screen space and incredibly detail clarity.

Other panel-related specifications include a 1,300:1 contrast ratio, a 300-nit peak brightness, and 10-bit color depth (8-bit + 2-bit FRC, 1.07 billion colors) with 100% sRGB color gamut.

Design & Connectivity

In addition to USB-C 3.1 (DisplayPort 1.2 Alternate Mode), you get HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.2, a headphones jack, two 3W integrated speakers, and two USB 3.1 downstream ports.

Note that due to the limited bandwidth, if you want 4K 60Hz, the speed of the USB ports is limited to USB 2.0 (480 Mbps). If you select USB 3.1 speed in the OSD menu, you will be limited to 30Hz at 4K. This is also the case in all 4K monitors with USB-C at this price range.

In addition, the ASUS MX27UC monitor offers a plethora of features including GamePlus (custom crosshairs, an on-screen timer, and an FPS counter), AMD FreeSync (40-60Hz range over DisplayPort), QuickFit Virtual Scale, MultiFrame Management, pre-calibrated picture presets, and more.

Unfortunately, it has no VESA mount compatibility while the stand is tilt-only.

What We Loved

  • Affordable 4K monitor with USB-C
  • Stunning image quality
  • Plenty of exclusive features

What We Didn’t Like

  • No VESA mount compatibility
  • Tilt-only stand

LG 27UK850 – Mid-Range 4K USB-C Monitor

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Another popular USB type C 4K monitor is the LG 27UK850. However, between these two displays, we recommend the ASUS MX27UC as it offers better value for the money.

While the LG 27UK850 boasts HDR support, note that it’s only software-enabled HDR meaning that the display lacks certain capabilities for a notable improvement in picture quality for HDR content.

Although it has a peak brightness of ~400-nits for HDR content, it lacks wide color gamut and high contrast ratio. In fact, it’s not even certified by VESA for their lowest DisplayHDR 400 criteria.

Design & Connectivity

Connectivity options include two HDMI 2.0 ports, DisplayPort 1.2, USB-C 3.1 (DisplayPort 1.2 Alternate Mode, 60W PD), a headphones jack, two 5W built-in speakers, and two USB 3.1 downstream ports.

Just like with the ASUS MX27UC, if you use the USB-C port as the upstream port between your PC and the monitor, you get the USB 3.1 transfer speeds; if you use DisplayPort Alternate Mode, the USB hub is limited to USB 2.0.

The biggest advantage this LG USB-C monitor has over the ASUS MX27UC is the design as it’s VESA mount compatible and the screen can be elevated, rotated, and tilted. Moreover, FreeSync works over both DP and HDMI making it a solid 4K monitor for Xbox One X.

What We Loved

  • Ergonomic stand
  • FreeSync over both HDMI and DP
  • Stunning image quality

What We Didn’t Like

  • Software-enabled HDR only
  • Expensive

Dell U3219Q – Best 4K USB-C Display For The Money

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The Dell U3219Q is a 4K monitor with USB-C that ups the power delivery up to 90W making it ideal for the high-end power-hungry laptops.

4K UHD looks incredibly sharp and crisp even on the big 32″ screen of this Dell USB-C monitor.

Furthermore, the display provides professional-grade factory-calibration at Delta E < 2 with 95% DCI-P3 as well as 99% sRGB and Rec. 709 color space coverage.

Thanks to its HDR support, wide color gamut, and a peak luminance of 400-nits, the Dell U3219Q is DisplayHDR 400 certified.

Design & Connectivity

The design is robust and offers full ergonomic support (height, tilt, swivel, pivot, and VESA mount) while connectivity options include DisplayPort 1.4, USB-C 3.1 (DisplayPort 1.4 Alternate Mode), and HDMI 2.0 all of which support HDR.

There is also a USB hub consisting of a USB-B upstream port and four downstream USB 3.1 ports (two of which support fast-charging) as well as a headphones jack.

Other features include a built-in KVM switch, Picture in Picture, and Picture by Picture. Note that the Dell U3219Q is not flicker-free, so if you are sensitive to flicker, prolonged use of the monitor may cause headaches and/or eye strain.

What We Loved

  • Precise and accurate colors
  • Factory-calibrated at Delta E < 2
  • Rich connectivity options
  • Fully ergonomic design
  • 90W power delivery

What We Didn’t Like

  • No AMD FreeSync
  • Not flicker-free, flicker is not noticeable at 100% brightness though

LG 32UL950 – Best 4K USB-C Display With Thunderbolt 3

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In case you want something fancier than the above-mentioned Dell USB-C display, LG’s UltraFine 32UL950 offers Thunderbolt 3 connectivity, DisplayHDR 600, and 98% DCI-P3 color gamut.

The LG 32UL950 is based on LG’s nano IPS technology which boasts an even wider color gamut. It also has a higher peak luminance of up to 600-nits for HDR content while the contrast ratio is not as noteworthy at 1,300:1.

So, you get slightly richer colors and higher brightness which, frankly, isn’t worth the price difference over Dell’s model alone. What may make this LG USB-C monitor worth your money is its Thunderbolt 3 connectivity with daisy-chaining capacity.

Design & Connectivity

At the back of the monitor, you will find two Thunderbolt 3 ports with 40 Gbps, one port in with 60W power delivery and one port out for daisy-chaining an extra monitor up to 4K at 60Hz.

Other connectivity options include HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.4, a headphones jack, two 5W integrated speakers, and two downstream USB 3.0 ports.

The LG 32UL950 also supports AMD FreeSync over both HDMI and DP with a 40-60Hz dynamic range. Ergonomics include height adjustment, tilt, pivot, and VESA mount compatibility.

What We Loved

  • Thunderbolt 3 with daisy-chaining allowing you to display two monitors at 4K/60Hz
  • Exceptional color gamut
  • DisplayHDR 600 for a notable boost in image quality for HDR content
  • Ergonomic stand

What We Didn’t Like

  • Only 60W PD though it should be sufficient for most laptops

UltraWide monitors offer extra horizontal workspace which provides a more immersive viewing experience and increases productivity as you get more screen real estate for your spreadsheets and other applications.

Dell U3419W – Best UltraWide Monitor With USB-C For The Money

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The 34″ Dell U3419W features 3440×1440 UWQHD resolution that results in a pixel density of 110 PPI which is the perfect screen size/resolution ratio as you get plenty of screen space and details without any scaling necessary.

What’s more, this ultrawide USB-C monitor is factory-calibrated at Delta E < 3 with 99% sRGB color gamut and 10-bit depth via dithering.

Not sure whether you should get a 4K monitor or an ultrawide display? Visit our dedicated article on that topic for more information.

Design & Connectivity

Just like the Dell U3219Q, the U3419W has a built-in KVM switch (plus PiP and PbP) and full ergonomic support (except for screen pivot).

Connectivity options are abundant and include DisplayPort 1.2, USB-C (DisplayPort 1.2 Alternate Mode, 90W PD), two HDMI 2.0 ports, four USB 3.0 downstream ports, two USB 3.0 upstream ports, a headphones jack, and two 9W integrated speakers.

The screen has a 1900R curvature for an increased field of view, better eye comfort, and less distortion.

What We Loved

  • Factory-calibrated at Delta E < 3
  • Rich connectivity options
  • Ergonomic design
  • 90W power delivery

What We Didn’t Like

  • No AMD FreeSync

ViewSonic VP3881 – Best 38″ UltraWide USB-C Monitor

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If you want an even bigger ultrawide monitor, we recommend the ViewSonic VP3881 USB-C curved monitor.

It offers a larger screen as well as a higher screen resolution of 3840×1600 (UWQHD+) which allows you to keep the ideal pixel-per-inch ratio of 110 PPI.

The ViewSonic VP3881 is from the same professional series as the ViewSonic VP2771 and has the same wide color gamut support with Delta E < 2 factory calibration, 100% sRGB/Rec. 709 color space coverage, 14-bit 3D LUT, and exclusive features such as the CAD/CAM, Animation, and Video Editing preset and Dual Color.

Additionally, it supports HDR, but it’s software-enabled only.

Design & Connectivity

Connectivity options include DisplayPort 1.4, USB-C (DisplayPort 1.4 Alt Mode, 60W PD), two HDMI 2.0 ports, three downstream and one upstream USB 3.0 ports, a headphones jack, and dual 5W integrated speakers. The stand is fairly ergonomic with tilt, swivel, height adjustment, and VESA mount compatibility, but no pivot option.

Overall, the ViewSonic VP3881 offers the best value for the money if you want a 38″ ultrawide monitor for professional/business purposes as the alternatives by LG, Acer, and Dell costs just as much or more, but don’t have nearly as good color accuracy.

What We Loved

  • Professional-grade color accuracy
  • Factory-calibrated at Delta E < 2
  • Exceptional image quality
  • Ergonomic design and rich connectivity options

What We Didn’t Like

  • No AMD FreeSync
  • Software-enabled HDR only

Dell U3818DW – USB-C UltraWide Monitor with 95W PD

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If you need an ultrawide display with a higher power delivery, look no further than the Dell U3818DW which offers whopping 95W!

You won’t get as precise color reproduction as you would with ViewSonic’s 38″ model, but you still get the same screen resolution and more than adequate 99% sRGB/Rec.709 color gamut.

In fact, both monitors are based on the same LG IPS panel, ViewSonic just fine-tuned theirs for color-critical purposes.

Design & Connectivity

As far as connectivity is concerned, there are two HDMI 2.0 ports, DisplayPort 1.2, USB-C (DP 1.2 Alt Mode), two upstream and four downstream USB 3.0 ports (two with fast-charging), a headphones jack, two 9W speakers, and a built-in KVM switch.

The Dell USB-C display boasts the InfinityEdge design with ultra-thin bezels and an ergonomic stand (tilt, swivel, height, and VESA mount adjustments).

What We Loved

  • 95W PD
  • Ergonomic design and rich connectivity options
  • Vibrant colors and high screen resolution

What We Didn’t Like

  • No AMD FreeSync

In this category, you will find the best ultrawide monitors with USB-C for gaming. Unfortunately, there aren’t any less expensive models currently available.

Samsung C34J791 – 100Hz UltraWide Gaming Monitor With Thunderbolt 3

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There aren’t many gaming monitors with USB-C and power delivery; luckily, the Samsung C34J791 offers everything you need for an immersive and responsive gaming experience.

The Samsung CJ791 Thunderbolt 3 display is based on a VA panel, so you won’t get as accurate and consistent colors as on the IPS alternatives, but you will get a higher static contrast ratio of 3,000:1 for deeper blacks.

Further, the monitor has quantum-dots (QLED) which extend the color gamut to 125% sRGB for more vibrant and life-like colors with dithered 10-bit depth.

Thanks to the 100Hz refresh rate, fast-paced games will be a lot more enjoyable and have smoother motion clarity as opposed to the standard 60Hz/75Hz displays while AMD FreeSync (48-100Hz range) removes screen tearing and stuttering if you have a compatible GPU.

Design & Connectivity

The Samsung C34J79 offers a robust and versatile design with height, tilt, swivel, and VESA mount adjustments available. It also has a very aggressive screen curvature of 1500R!

Connectivity options include DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 2.0, two USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports (one with 85W PD, one with 15W PD, both with 40 Gbps data transfer), two downstream USB 3.0 ports, a headphones jack, and two 7W built-in speakers.

What We Loved

  • 100Hz for a smooth gaming experience
  • AMD FreeSync
  • Thunderbolt 3
  • Ergonomic design and rich connectivity options
  • High contrast and vibrant colors

What We Didn’t Like

  • None

Acer XR382CQK – Best 38″ UltraWide Gaming Monitor With USB-C

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The Acer XR382CQK is based on the same panel as the ViewSonic VP3881 and the Dell U3818DW but while ViewSonic focused on color accuracy and Dell on power delivery, Acer aimed their model at gamers.

So, you get a 38″ 3840×1600 IPS panel with 100% sRGB and 10-bit depth; plus AMD FreeSync (48-75Hz range), the 1ms MPRT backlight strobing technology, and other gaming feature such as Black Boost (alters the gamma curvature to increase visibility of objects in dark parts in video games) and Aim Point (customizable crosshair overlays).

Just like the ViewSonic VP3881, this Acer USB-C monitor supports HDR via software emulation.

Design & Connectivity

Moving on to the connectivity, the Acer XR382CQK offers DisplayPort 1.2, DisplayPort-Out, HDMI 2.0, MHL 2.1, USB-C (DisplayPort 1.2 Alt Mode, 60W PD), four downstream USB 3.0 ports, a headphones jack, and two 7W integrated speakers. Ergonomic options include tilt, swivel, height adjustment, and VESA mount compatibility.

Another excellent and more affordable ultrawide gaming monitor with USB-C is the 34″ 3440×1440 model of this display, the Acer XR342CK, as well as the 100Hz (factory-overclocked) version, the Acer XR342CKP.

What We Loved

  • AMD FreeSync up to 75Hz
  • Plenty of gaming features
  • Ergonomic design and rich connectivity options

What We Didn’t Like

  • Narrow FreeSync range
  • HDR is only software-enabled

Want an even higher screen resolution than the ones we’ve mentioned so far? The following monitors offer the highest resolutions over USB-C currently available but they are also a bit more expensive.

LG 22MD4KA – Best 4K DCI USB-C Monitor

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LG’s UltraFine 22MD4KA Thunderbolt 3 monitor boasts the higher 4K resolution with 4096×2304 pixels instead of 4K Ultra HD (3840×2160).

Since the monitor is only 21.5″ in size, you get a striking pixel density of 218.58 pixels per inch for incredible detail clarity.

Moreover, the LG 22MD4KA offers a wide color gamut covering 99% of the DCI-P3 color space with true 8-bit depth. It also has a high peak brightness of 500-nits.

Design & Connectivity

Now, this monitor is aimed at Mac/Macbook users, but you can use it with PCs as well at full resolution if your device has a Thunderbolt 3 port.

The only issue is that you won’t be able to adjust the brightness out of the box without a third-party software tool.

The LG 22MD4KA has a USB-C ThunderBolt 3 port with 60W PD and DisplayPort 1.2 Alt Mode. Additionally, there are two 5W built-in speakers and three downstream USB-C 3.1 Gen 1 ports. You can adjust the height and tilt angle of the monitor or mount it using the VESA pattern.

What We Loved

  • Incredible picture quality
  • Thunderbolt 3
  • Wide color gamut and high peak brightness
  • Height-adjustable stand

What We Didn’t Like

  • Can’t adjust brightness when using the monitor with PC, a third-party tool is needed

LG 27MD5KB – Best 5K USB-C Monitor For Mac

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The LG UltraFine 27MD5KB is basically the 27″ model of the 22MD4KA with a few additions. It’s also based on an IPS panel with 99% DCI-P3 color gamut and 500-nit peak brightness.

However, the LG 27MD5KB also ups the resolution to 5K (5120×2880) which provides you with the equally high pixel density of 218 PPI as the 22″ UltraFine model, but with a larger screen as well.

Further, it supports 10-bit color depth (8-bit + 2-bit FRC) and features a built-in camera and microphone as well as dual 5W speakers.

Design & Connectivity

Connectivity options include one Thunderbolt 3 with 85W PD and three USB 3.1 Gen 1 downstream ports. It can be used with Windows as well, but you will be limited to 4096×2304 resolution.

You can adjust the stand’s height, tilt angle, and it’s VESA mount compatible.

What We Loved

  • Incredible picture quality
  • Thunderbolt 3
  • Wide color gamut and high peak brightness
  • Height-adjustable stand
  • Built-in camera and microphone

What We Didn’t Like

  • Works only up to 4096×2304 for PCs

LG 34WK95U – Best UltraWide USB-C Monitor

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The LG 34WK95U offers the highest ultrawide resolution out of all USB-C monitors in our list with 5120×2160 or 5K2K resolution.

You do get a lower pixel density (163 PPI) in comparison to the previous two UltraFine displays, but the details are still crystal-clear plus you get more screen space and a more immersive ultrawide viewing experience.

Moving on, the monitor covers 98% of the DCI-P3 color gamut with dithered 10-bit depth and has a peak brightness of 600-nits for HDR content with VESA’s DisplayHDR 600 certification.

Design & Connectivity

Connectivity options include two HDMI 2.0 ports (max 3440×1440), DisplayPort 1.4, USB-C Thunderbolt 3 (85W PD, 40 Gbps, DisplayPort 1.4 Alternate Mode), a headphones jack, two 5W integrated speakers, and two downstream USB 3.0 ports.

Keep in mind that in order to get 5120×2160 and 60Hz, your device must support DisplayPort 1.4 or Titan Ridge Thunderbolt 3 with DisplayPort 1.4 Alt Mode.

The stand of the monitor provides height and tilt adjustments as well as VESA mount compatibility.

What We Loved

  • Stunning image quality
  • Thunderbolt 3
  • Height-adjustable stand
  • Wide color gamut and high peak brightness

What We Didn’t Like

  • No AMD FreeSync

Conclusion

Did you decide what USB-C monitor is for you? Overall, if you have a limited budget, the Dell P2419HC and the Philips 258B6QUEB offer everything you need for a reasonable price.

In case you want something better, we recommend the Dell U3219Q due to its excellent price/value or one of the ultrawide displays depending on your preference.

For the gamers out there, the Samsung C34J791 offers the best gaming experience by far while still providing you with all the advantages and convenience of USB-C.

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