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LG 34UM95-P Black 34" Class 5ms GTG QHD UltraWide LED Backlight LCD Monitor IPS Panel 320 cd/m2 DFC 5,000,000:1(1000:1)

  • 3440 x 1440 14ms, 5ms GTG
  • DFC 5,000,000:1(1000:1)
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34" Class 21:9 UltraWide™ WQHD IPS Monitor (34.0" Diagonal)


  • Ultrawide 21:9
  • Ultrawide Quad High Definition
  • sRGB 99%
  • Mac® Compatible

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UltraWide 21:9
The UltraWide 21:9 aspect ratio makes movies and games more immersive than ever. Need to get some work done, too? All of that UltraWide real estate makes it easy to view multiple documents at the same time, so you don't need to flip back and forth between them.

UltraWide Quad High Definition
The 3440 x 1440 UltraWide QHD display offers amazingly sharp picture quality. Its pixel area is about 1.8 times larger than an UltraWide Full HD 21:9 monitor, and about 2.4 times larger than a Full HD 16:9 monitor. It provides an efficient environment in using Microsoft Office programs showing 47 columns and 63 rows in excel.

Disclaimer: 21:9 Screen or 3440 x 1440 (60Hz) resolution may not be available depending on content, device, interface or graphics card.


sRGB 99%
sRGB is the standard color space of ideal color reproduction. So, with over 99% coverage of the sRGB spectrum, this LG monitor is a great solution for professional photographers, graphic designers or anyone looking for highly accurate color.

*Disclaimer: Color mode conversion between Adobe RGB and sRGB is available on the "Color Mode" menu.


Mac® Compatible
Graphic designers will surely appreciate the many features of LG's Mac®-compatible UltraWide monitor. The 21:9 widescreen and Four-Screen Split will simplify working with multiple graphics windows.

Disclaimer: Mac is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.


Screen Splitter
Multitasking doesn't have to mean shuffling back and forth between windows*. With a single click, the 4-Screen Split feature divides the screen into as many as four customizable segments, two-by-two. Now you can see four different windows at the same time.

Disclaimer: *Screen Split software runs on Windows Vista/7/8 and Mac OS.


Dual Link Up
The Dual Linkup feature allows two compatible portable devices - such as a computer, camera, phone, or Blu-ray player - to be connected to the monitor, and both can be viewed on the same screen simultaneously.


This monitor's Thunderbolt input/output port allows you to connect up to six compatible devices, moving data between them with incredible speed. The two channels of 10Gbps throughput in both directions are up to 20X faster than USB 2.0. Thunderbolt is an exciting innovation for both expansion and premium video display.


Display Port
The DisplayPort digital video interface is used to connect a high-performance video source to a high-resolution monitor. Thanks to its sophisticated design, a DisplayPort cable can also be used to carry audio, USB signals and other data as well.


LED Backlighting
LG's LED backlighting delivers exceptional brightness and amazing image clarity. You'll see richer colors and deeper blacks, too, and LEDs offer greater energy efficiency compared to conventional LCD monitors.


IPS (In-Plane Switching) technology enhances the performance of liquid crystal displays. Response times are shortened, color reproduction is improved, and users can now view the screen at virtually any angle.


Hardware Calibration Ready
Looking for the ultimate in fine-tuning for your LG monitor? This model is designed to work with compatible calibration devices* that take specific readings and guide you through precise adjustments of color, brightness and more.

Disclaimer: *Hardware Calibration support may differ depending on user's environment. Calibrator sold separately.


5M:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
A dynamic contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1 is your assurance of strong video performance, with deep blacks, bright whites and pleasing colors.

The LG UM95 UltraWide monitor is the ultimate multi-tasking tool. The 21:9 aspect ratio combined with the 4-Screen Split feature lets you view 4 different documents at the same time minimizing the need to flip back and forth between multiple documents. Color representation is also very accurate with sRGB 99% making this the ideal monitor for professionals like photographers and graphic designers. But, the UM95 isn't all work and no play. Because this model has Ultra Wide Quad Definition (UQHD) the picture quality combined with the 21:9 wide screen makes watching movies or playing video games an immersive experience. Thunderbolt™ supports high resolution displays and high performance data devices through a single port allowing you to take advantage of transfer speeds up to 20Gps and expand computing capabilities.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year

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  • Cem A.
  • 9/16/2014 5:05:39 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsNot ready for prime time

Pros: Great size, wonderful to look at and play games. Not as fast as a TN monitor but gets the job done with an IMAX feel.

Cons: Serious backlight bleeding issues on especially bottom corners. Not suitable for watching movies. Noticeable here and there when playing games on dark environments as well. Weird popping sound coming from top left side of the monitor every 15 secs or so, really annoying Some people on blogs saying it is a faulty circuit board issue with these monitors and recommending turning off Display Port 1.2 option but didn't really help in my case.

Other Thoughts: Completely unacceptable manufacturing defects on a monitor at this price!! I did some research online wondering if I am the only one drew the short straw but found out that a lot of people have had similar issues with these monitors. It's a very high risk purchase with almost 1 out of every 3 monitor has similar problems. Mine is a Revision 2 manufactured in August 2014 and I guess we have to wait until REV 3 comes out for all these issues to be addressed. I am sending this one back tomorrow, reluctant to order another one at the moment. Too bad, it could've been a dream product. Very disappointed.

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  • Anonymous
  • 9/10/2014 1:43:32 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsLooks great, except for backlight bleed

Pros: Wonderful size for gaming or watching movies. Good color post-calibration. Really well balanced anti-glare coating, not fuzzy or distracting but stops most daylight glare. Very pretty; you can drive it quite well with one high end video card.

Cons: Blacklight corner bleed is a big problem for these. Mine is right on the edge of where I may send it back. If I was using it for movies, I'd have to. For games, it might be barely acceptable or I might end up hating it in another week, don't know yet.

I've seen pics of ones that are basically unusable in the dark.

Other Thoughts: It's completely unacceptable to sell a $1000 monitor w/ widespread problems like this. If there was any reasonable competition for the form factor I'd return it and get another. As it is, I might return it on principle. LG really needs to get their act together here. They own the entire production and QC process for these, whole thing is 100% their fault and within their capability to fix.

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  • Muhammed A.
  • 9/4/2014 9:48:09 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsCan't go back to dual monitor setup!

Pros: 1. for the size, it cleared up real estate on my desk. used this to replace a dual 24 inch Samsung setup.
2. colors and characters are crisp
3. now there's no bezel in the middle.
4. comes with HDMI and DisplayPort cables, one each.

Cons: 1. took the egg for price. wish it was cheaper
2. not curved
3. nothing is perfect

Other Thoughts: 1. paired with EVGA Nvidia GTX 750 Ti
2. make sure to install drivers for graphics board prior to replacing your old monitor. o/w use HDMI first and then switch to DisplayPort.

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  • JAMES F.
  • 9/4/2014 3:45:38 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsLG 34UM95-P

Pros: What a WOW factor! Just got this and I was blown away. I was using the new ASUS Ultra Wide 29.1 monitor and when I saw this from the 2014 CES review I just had to have it. It is really made solid with heavy duty stand and monitor. Color and focus is super sharp and screen is so large. Like watching a big screen on a desk top. The function button is easy to use. I highly recommend this monitor. I give it 5 stars.

Cons: When you boot up the monitor gives you a message that you cannot delete with a mouse click. You have to push in the joystick controller button for it to dissappear. Software was very confusing. Don't know if there is a patch or upgrade to the software. Could not find it on the internet or LG's web site.

Other Thoughts: The price of 999.00 is amazing through Newegg.

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  • Clifton L.
  • 8/6/2014 2:14:41 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsFantastic Monitor

Pros: - Works great with a 13" Retina MacBook Pro
- Has all the ports in the monitor I need so all I have to connect to my MacBook is my power adapter and a single Thunderbolt cable.
- Beautiful, crisp display; every bit as good as a Thunderbolt Display
- Tons of room for having multiple windows open (I use Xcode, Atom, Sketch, and other design/development Mac apps and they use the real estate perfectly)

Cons: No webcam or microphone, so I have to use my Macbook's (which is totally fine and works great).

Other Thoughts: If you have been waiting and waiting for Apple to release a new Thunderbolt Display like me, you will not be disappointed with this monitor. I highly recommend it.

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  • Damion C.
  • 8/2/2014 8:43:48 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsEpic display

Pros: Amazing screen. First 10 minutes of use were just like the first time back in 2009 when I got my first 30in 2560 monitor. I fell in love instantly with this thing. As a die hard Dell Ultrasharp monitor user I was leary about trying out another manufacturer esp. with some of the other reviews of this screen out there regarding light bleed issues and what not. Either I got lucky or the latest revisions of this screen are better than the earlier ones.

Cons: Years of 30in monitor use have gotten me use to lots of vertical area and I do notice the lack of height going from 30in 16:10 to 34in 21:9 though not a deal breaker. I just run them both =)

Other Thoughts: Just do it!

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  • John M.
  • 8/1/2014 6:18:53 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsNice monitor

Pros: Tons of screen real estate for coding and Photoshop, multiple connectivity options, immersive gaming and movie watching experience.

Cons: Many people have reported that early revisions of this monitor suffer from backlight bleed. On the monitor that I received, I was only able to notice a small amount on the bottom corners when I turned off the lights in the room and displayed a completely black image. I do not notice it during normal use with heavy image editing and games (even those really dark caves in Skyrim).

Other Thoughts: I would reccomend this monitor for any enthusiast/ semi-professional.

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  • Steven R.
  • 7/27/2014 9:37:55 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAmazing monitor; flaws are hugely exaggeraged

Pros: Ridiculous amount of screen real estate. It honestly eliminates the need for multiple monitors (for me). Bezels have always bothered me, which is why I shied away from multiple monitors in the past. Being able to have two things open side-by-side, while also fitting VLC player in the corner and have it be large enough to view easily is just awesome. And if you really need to get stuff done, you can have 3-4 windows open side-by-side-by-side-by-side and still be able to read everything clearly without everything being smashed down into a tiny window. A real boost to someone who cares about productivity.

Stuff that supports 21:9 -- video and gaming -- is absolutely breathtaking. I feel so immersed in games such as WoW and Civ. 5. I haven't tried other games with it just yet, but I'm going to. Stuff that's in BluRay... good lord. Seeing something take up the entire 34" screen is just insane.

It's also an IPS, which is a huge plus. I've never been big on 120/144 Hz monitors, as I care more about colors and viewing angles.

There's a variety of connections on the back as well. HDMI will drive the resolution @ 50 Hz, and Displayport will drive the resolution @ 60 Hz. There's also Thunderbolt ports, and even some USB ports and a headphone jack.

I'd also consider the design to be pretty sleek and nice-looking. Very appealing to the eyes.

Being 3440x1440, this is easier to drive than 4K resolution, and while that's quite a few less pixels than 4K, the screen real estate more than makes up for it by being so immersive.

Finally, I have to seriously commend LG on their matte screen. I have a light-controlled area, so I much prefer glossy screens. However, LG seems to have gotten the matte screen just right on this monitor. It blocks out reflections just enough, without making it overbearing and drowning out the contrast/color reproduction. A seriously good job.

Cons: The only real con to me is the price (paid $999). While I do feel it's worth the price, I do wish it was a bit cheaper. There is apparently a 34UM94 version coming out in a month that should have a starting price around $800. I personally would not pay anything more than $999 for this monitor, even considering how much I love this thing.

I was worried that the backlight bleed would be horrid for this monitor, as I've seen a few people mention that it's bad. However, I feel like these people are just looking for something to complain about. YES, there is backlight bleed, but it's so minimal that it's not even noticeable unless it's in extreme conditions. The bottom left and bottom right corners are the only noticeable areas of backlight bleed, BUT that's on a completely black screen in a completely darkened room. The odds of that happening in day-to-day use are extremely slim, for me at least. Of course, there will be exceptions to this -- as some people have had REALLY bad backlight bleed -- but I'd wager that they are very few and far between.

For 99% of people, you don't really have anything to worry about. I'd say it's more likely for the monitor to arrive damaged, thanks to UPS and relatively poor packing (see comments), than it is for this thing to have unbearable -- let alone noticeable -- backlight bleed.

Not everything supports 21:9. Netflix, for example, does not. Some games don't (generally they're older games, though). If it doesn't support it, then you'll have black bars on the sides. Not worth knocking an egg off, as I knew this going in since it comes with the territory. Not to mention, that's just a minor annoyance, whereas 4K monitors have significantly more problems right now.

Finally, it does have some motion lag, but that is to be expected as this is an IPS monitor. I'm not a pro FPS player, nor do I play many games where blur is really a factor or even noticeable, but figured I'd mention it anyway. Anyone buying an IPS monitor already knows that there will be some motion lag anyway.

Other Thoughts: As I mentioned in my cons section, this monitor is more likely to arrive damaged by UPS than it is to have really bad backlight bleed. The packing was better than what I had read about on message boards, but I think it could have been packed better to ensure nothing gets damaged. UPS has a tendency to toss their boxes around, so I could see how this monitor could be damaged if it suffered even a reasonable fall.

Mine arrived undamaged, and most of the ones I've seen also arrived undamaged. Just be aware that the packing is a bit light.

All in all, this is a truly amazing monitor. I have no desire to move to 4K until all of the problems are fixed, which will be at least another year, maybe two. Even then, the screen real estate is so crazy on this monitor, that I probably wouldn't even move to 4K until I could get something like 4K 21:9.

The price is high, but I promise you that you will not be disappointed by this monitor.

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  • Alexander G.
  • 7/23/2014 10:14:58 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAmazing

Pros: Most amazing monitor I've ever seen or used. IMO, 4K monitors are not worth it for at least another year or two, 4K monitors via HDMI are only 30Hz.. This monitor is 50Hz via HDMI and 60Hz via Display Port, providing your GPU has the option of DisplayPort.

I am running it at 3440x1440 on my GTX 670 FTW SLI setup with no issues at all, total GPU memory 4GB. Works for me with no issues, although I will admit it is time to move on, and I will be eventually upgrading to a 780 Ti setup.

I have no issues with dead pixels; I mean there are NO dead pixels at all on the one I got from Newegg. Ordered yesterday when I saw someone finally had some in stock (Newegg) and it arrived today in flawless condition. I also have not run into any backlight/IPS bleeding issues yet. I have not used the monitor for long and have only been on my desktop so we'll see what happens when I am actually "using it using it"

It is very big, which could be a pro or a con, for me its a pro.

I'm upgrading from my Samsung SA27AH 27" LED 1080 monitor, I forget the actual model but its something along those lines, and the LG monitor blows it out of the water.

Yes I paid $1,000 for it on Newegg and other stores are offering pre-orders/backordered monitors for $899 with Free shipping. BUT considering Newegg had it in stock, I couldn't have cared less what the price was, I just wanted it because nobody else currently has it in stock!

Love how you can split the screen into 2 or 4 sections as well.

Cons: None really. Some people complain about the stand hight of the monitor; how it only has 2 adjustments. I ordered a swinging arm desk mount stand type thing for it but I may not even use it since the stand that came with it works great for me.

Other Thoughts: None at the moment other than this monitor is A M A Z I N G !!

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4 out of 5 eggsBeautiful Display, Excellent Size

Pros: This is a very lightweight and thin monitor. (See the spec for exact measurements.)

The IPS panel is absolutely gorgeous.

It comes with 2 HDMI cables.

The screen size and DPI is perfect for multi-tasking. I kept the resolution at 3440x1440 and this worked great for placing two documents next to each other.

I'm used to working with two 24" Dell monitors. They are nice, sharp monitors, but as soon as I placed this LG next to them I noticed a difference. Even after adjusting settings on all of the monitors (e.g. out of the box the blues on the LG were a little too pronounced). The colors on this LG just pop, they appear to be more accurate, whites are whiter, it simply delivers a crisp, clean image. For the professionals or perfectionists out there, it can be calibrated using compatible equipment. I don't own any such equipment, if this is a concern for you I recommend finding a professional review.

As mentioned, my normal work environment is two 24" monitors sitting next to each other. Combined they are slightly larger than this LG, however the LG could easily be a replacement for the two. Or even better, I've been keeping one of them connected for those occasions where it's handy to have a third monitor. (You can never have too many readable screens, right?). I've found that the LG's screen size and resolution is great for putting two documents, or a web site and a document, etc…. next to each other. Each takes half the screen, and half the screen is the right size to have two READABLE documents side-by-side. On some monitors when putting two documents on the screen you sacrifice on the width and end up scrolling back and forth, or you have to zoom out and end up squinting at the document. Not so with this LG. It quickly became part of my normal working process.

Cons: I had some initial trouble with the stand. When first attached, it turned out the screws went in at an odd angle. I tried to stand up the monitor and the screws popped out. A scary experience but because I didn't trust those two little screws I still had my hands under the monitor so it did not fall. I re-adjusted the stand using the lower set of holes (there's only two options for attaching the stand, and height-wise they're not much more than an inch apart) and have not had a problem with it.

The stand itself can be tipped slightly, up and down. It's not height adjustable, nor can you rotate the screen left or right. A screen of this length would require a lot of space to rotate so it's not likely something that'd be done very often. In general, if you'll want to adjust the height or angle you're better off putting this on a VESA mount.

Other Thoughts: The power supply is an external brick. This shouldn't be much of a surprise as thin monitors like this often move the power supply out of the unit to cut down on components, heat generated (and thus more components needed), etc.

I didn't notice any backlight bleed on my unit.

LG has a software utility called Screen Split. I found this works fine but for me it is unnecessary. It allows you to divide the screen up into almost as many different areas as you want. For example, divide in half, in vertical thirds, in a grid of 4, in grid of 3 'cells' (left side is one, right side is split into 2; top is one, bottom is split into 2, etc.), etc. You can then drag a program into one of the 'cells' and the monitor will size the application to take up that 'cell'. It's a neat feature for a monitor this size and if you want to cut the screen into a 2x2 grid (or whatever you fancy), then it's nice to have. However, in practice I used either the whole screen or just cut in half vertically down the middle. Since Windows already allows you to snap applications to the left or right side of the screen (click an application then drag it to one side with the mouse, or on the keyboard click the Windows key + left or right arrow), I found I didn't use the Screen Split utility. But it's there if you need it.

There's another feature that I didn't find much use for: The ability to have half the screen show my laptop and another half show another device (a tablet, or blu-ray player, or another computer, or …). Still, it works if you need that functionality.

I'm always in favor of increased functionality (when it's easy to use), and just because I didn't find much use for the features doesn't mean someone else won't. That's why I mention them here and not in pros or cons. So to the manufacturers: as long as the feature/functionality is easy to use, by all means keep it on the product.

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