LGs is targeting professional users in the image editing field with its new curved (1900R) extra-wide 34" UWQHD (3,440 x 1,440) monitor 34WN80C in 21:9 format. That's why LG emphasizes among other things the 99% coverage of the sRGB color space and the USB-C interface.
Although the monitor officially supports HDR10, the luminosity of the AH-IPS panel 10-bit color depth (8 bit plus FRC) with a rather meager 300 nits and lack of local dimming will, in our experience, limit HDR10 support quite a bit in reality. The refresh rate is 60 Hz without the possibility of variable settings, the contrast ratio is 1,000:1.
The LG 34WN80C's interfaces include two HDMI, a DisplayPort 1.4, a USB hub and a USB-C port, which can also be used to charge a connected laptop with up to 60 watts. It can be adjusted in height and tilted for better ergonomics. With LG's OnScreen Control App, all display settings can be made conveniently on the computer and various split-screen modes can be activated.
The LG 34WN80C has already been on the market in the USA for three months and is supposed to be released here soon - a price hasn't been mentioned yet, but in the USA it currently costs around 550 dollars.