Product Comparison: Acer XR382CQK vs LG 38WK95C
- Size is shockingly good, but it took ~3 hours to get used to.
- The ultrawide view along with a beautiful, crisp, clear resolution.
- Resolution is OK, and good for my Mac, but I don’t expect to see “Retina” resolution at this size for quite some time.
- The additional detail and resolution is certain games is amazing.
- Horrendous resolution. Big blurry mess when it decides to turn on.
- Even when using the maximum resolution I'm not able to get clear & vivid text.
- It’s still a pretty display that is plenty bright.
- Unbelievable display. I wish I had two of them.
- Amazing color, contrast and picture quality - great for video and photo editing.
- Great monitor, great for adobe premier or photo shop there is just so much room to work with, excellent color very accurate to real life.
- The HDR isn’t as good as I’ve seen on console / 4K combos.
- These two displays are almost identical in size, features and inputs.
- I like even more the one computer LG “on screen control” software that lets me divide my screen space into different configurations.
- Controls are hidden below and there’s plenty of connections on the back. I love many features of this monitor.
- The temperature of the screen does not adjust automatically to my MacBook.
- The "On-Screen Control" software launches, and then crashes almost immediately.
- Very easy to connect with USB C.
- I'm running with a single USB-C cord connecting the monitor to my Macbook Pro.
- There are only two 4k inputs (one HDMI and one DP) and one low-speed HDMI, plus two USB ports. I like it.
- Default display when connected to mac with USB-C cable is really bug and when you go to scaled view text becomes fuzzy.
- I got this and expect to work with my new MacBook Pro via USB-C but it had MANY MANY glitches!