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LG 34UC97 Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateSep 2014
Display diagonal86.4 cm (34")
Display resolution3440 x 1440 pixels
Native aspect ratio21:9
Panel typeIPS
Display brightness (typical)300 cd/m²
Response time5 ms
Display technologyLED
Supported graphics resolutions3440 x 1440
Viewing angle, horizontal178°
Viewing angle, vertical178°
Aspect ratio21:9
Display sRGBYes
Ports & interfaces
DVI portNo
USB hub version2.0
USB Type-A downstream ports quantity3
HDMI ports quantity2
Headphone outputs1
Thunderbolt ports quantity2
Weight & dimensions
Width830.5 mm
Depth99 mm
Height370.3 mm
Weight7.8 kg
Width (with stand)830.5 mm
Depth (with stand)225.6 mm
Height (with stand)472.9 mm
Weight (with stand)8.2 kg
Cable lock slotNo
Panel mounting interface100 x 100 mm
Tilt angle range-5 - 15°
Product colourBlack,Silver
EPEAT complianceGold
CertificationUL(cUL), TUV-GS, FCC-B, CE, CCC, BSMI, EPA
Built-in speaker(s)Yes
Built-in cameraNo
Number of speakers2
RMS rated power14 W

Reviews of LG 34UC97

Reviewed on 2016-10-09
3,440 x 1,440p resolution, 21:9 aspect ratio, Great color reproduction and image quality (10-bit), Excellent, gently curved design,
Expensive, Not a great choice for gaming (60Hz refresh rate), 5ms response time, The OSD is a bit slow while switching through input settings, Lack of adjustability (only tilt adjustment available)
When it comes to wide and ultra-wide displays, LG has always been one of the best choices for people because of their speed of technological advancement and the performances of their units. Following the pattern is the LG 34UC97, which is t...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-18
If your desktop is dominated by two or three monitors, it might be time to consolidate them into a single curved screen. This will not only make your desk look a lot less cluttered (and do away with the black stripe where the displays meet), but the displ...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-28
Beautiful curved design, Ultrawide 21:9 aspect ratio shows more than 16:9 4K resolution, 100-percent sRGB color gamut beats most monitors', Excellent software for managing multiple windows or video inputs
Hideous stand with limited flexibility, Colors sometimes over- or undersaturated, Picture By Picture function can make images appear squished
Forget the resolution race to 4K or colors so saturated they make your eyes hurt. Ultrawide displays with 21:9 display ratios are the future of monitors for gamers and the productivity-obsessed. At least that's what I'm believing after spending a few days...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-20
A full 34-inches diagonal with a 21:9 aspect ration, LG's latest monitor is, at rest, one of the coolest looking displays around. The modern stand and wrap-around design make for an eye-catching design, but what happens when you turn it on? LG talks a big...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-19
Yes, curved monitors are a thing now. We got our hands on LG's 34UC97 sporting a 34-inch width, 21:9 aspect ratio and 3440x1440 native resolution. It's pricey; is worth the premium you'll pay to be the first one on your block with this screen, though? I...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-14
Beautifully designed. Lots of ports. Sharp picture. Good audio output.
Expensive. So-so gray-scale performance. Skewed greens. Stingy warranty
The LG 34UC97-S ($1,299.99) is the first curved desktop monitor to hit PC Labs, and it's a beauty. The 34-inch, In-Plane Switching (IPS) display has a 21:9 Quad High-Definition (3,440-by-1,440) resolution, a sleek, slightly curved, bez...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-31
I've been wanting to test out LG's curved LED monitor since before it was even announced, back when it was a flat 34-inch ultra-wide monitor. But then LG went and threw a curveball on those plans, announcing a 34-inch ultra-wide curved LED monitor, with a...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-26
Beautiful display, Genuinely attractive curvature, Comprehensive I/O ports
Backlight bleed, Frustrating on-screen display controls, Expensive
1080p is so yesterday. More and more, 1440p and higher-resolution monitors are starting to become the norm, especially at larger screen sizes. There's no doubt that 4K is the future, but it requires a fair bit of graphical power for smooth frame rates.At...
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