Product Comparison: LG 34UM88C vs LG 34UC88
- The 3440x1440 resolution is great for a screen this size.
- I have another 29” 2560x1080 resolution monitor and it feels too much like a short monitor.
- This 34” screen definitely feels wide, not short.
- The monitor will push 60hz refresh rate on both HDMI and Displayport.
- The product has great resolution and pretty sleek for a 34 inch screen.
- Coming from a 1080p monitor, there are a lot more pixels to render.
- It's the best 3440x1440 21:9 ultra-wide screen monitor, in my opinion.
- I like 60fps (with freesync enabled), 1440p vertical resolution.
- The colors are vibrant and the resolution is readable and clear.
- I still game with amazing clarity on a 34 inch screen with unbelievable resolution and clarity during gaming.
- Colors are vibrant, and accurate.
- Next to the superb display, the biggest surprises were the stand and audio quality.
- Aside from a crisp ultra wide display, the software for the Mac permits assignment of each app by a screen zone.
- The display is bright, crisp, and sharp.
- The screen is beautiful and the speakers are a nice bonus.
- Lighter and more ergonomic than the 27" apple cinema display.
- Text sharpness, colors and light are great and uniform from corner to corner.
- The monitor is very bright and 20% provides me more than enough light.
- It looks great whether it's on or off, and it's a 75Hz FreeSync display to boot!
- Very nice display. Works great with the MacBook Air. Picture is excellent at its default highest resolution.
- Considering the quality and features, this is a high value for the money.
- This is a beautiful, full-featured display and the 34" diagonal size is great.
- Dual inputs and split screen feature is very nice.
- It looks much nicer than the two I had. I love the screen split feature.
- Good work monitor. I don't use alot of the features but as a basic high def monitor I couldn't be happier.
- The single configuration button: To me it is minimalistic and well thought. It is evident somebody spent time thinking about it.
- The stand has springs calibrated to the monitor weight. Tilting, rotating and moving up and down is a breeze.
- I love the ability to raise/lower the monitor as well as tilting it.
- The stand is great and VERY sturdy.
- There's software to change most of the settings but I can't change input sources anymore or turn the monitor off.
- I use the thunderbolt connection of my 15" MacBook Pro. (I'd love to get another one).
- CMOS - Bios could not be seen when connected via display port.
- Connected my laptop through a USB hub to this monitor and setup the display properties for multiple monitors and extended desktop.
- I have an anker USB 3.0 hub connected and it allows me to switch between inputs and keep the same keyboard and mouse.
- Use a Mini-DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable to connect, and it'll work perfectly.
- I was able to use a separate USB-B cable to connect my computer (laptop and desktop) to this monitor.
- Mac Book Pro, connected via HDMI and downstream USB.
- The keyboard I am using now is a standard USB Mac keyboard connected to the monitor USB hub.
- The trackball wireless receiver is plugged in one of the keyboard USB ports.
- Macbook connected using TNP HDMI / USB / Charge hub.