Increase your productivity through multitasking with the 49BL95C 49" 32:9 UltraWide Curved HDR IPS Monitor from LG has more than double the pixels of a standard 27" 16:9 QHD monitor, as well as 70% more pixels than a 32:9 Full HD display. You'll be able to view more content on a single screen without changing the current window, making this display suitable for visual, motion, audio, and office work. It also supports Picture-by-Picture (PBP), so you can control multiple devices that are connected to one screen, while OnScreen Control lets you control various display settings with a single mouse click.
The 49BL95C features a 49" curved In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel with a native resolution of 5120 x 1440, a 32:9 aspect ratio, and HDR10 that delivers more dramatic colors. LG also equipped this display with support for 1.07 billion colors, a static contrast ratio of 1000:1, a 5 ms (GtG) response time, and coverage for 99% of the sRGB color gamut. Thanks to 178° horizontal and vertical viewing angles, it is possible to watch content from virtually any position. This display has two HDMI 2.0 ports, one DisplayPort 1.4 port, one USB Type-C port that supports DP Alt mode, data transfers, and up to 85W of power for charging your laptop, plus four USB 3.0 Type-A ports. Audio may be output using a 3.5mm headphone output or dual integrated 10W speakers. To further help improve viewing and accessibility, the 49BL95C may be adjusted in terms of its height, tilt, and swivel, or mount it to a wall using the integrated 100 x 100mm VESA mount.
Please note that the DisplayPort and USB Type-C ports support resolutions up to 5120 x 1440, while the HDMI port supports resolutions up to 3840 x 1080. Also, to use the USB Type-A ports, the display must be connected to your host system using a USB Type-C to Type-C or Type-C to Type-A cable. The supplied USB Type-C to Type-C cable drives the USB Type-A ports at USB 2.0, while the included USB Type-C to Type-A cable drives them at USB 3.0, provided your host system supports USB 3.0. Lastly, certain Mac systems do not support the maximum resolution via USB Type-C with integrated Intel graphics.