Product Comparison: Samsung C34F791 vs LG 34UC88
- I am surprised, monitor resolution and picture quality improve.
- The extra resolution is nice, better for webpages, video editing and such.
- The increase to 3440x1440 resolution is amazing.
- The 100hz and resolution were lovely and worked straight away without issue.
- The screen resolution is incredible as well as the sound quality!
- 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.
- The display has excellent constrast and colour reproduction.
- Rich deep colours and a display that is easy on the eye and not to painful on the wallet.
- The image is crisp and excellent, for a VA panel I think its on par with IPS displays.
- The brightness is also good, I tend to use it on around 40 during the day and bring it down at night.
- There are some images which cause the brightness or gamma of the monitor to change suddenly.
- 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.
- The menu - activated by a button behind the screen in the bottom right corner - is easy to navigate.
- VA panel and understand those features this monitor is an excellent representation of what you can currently buy.
- The OSD is a pretty standard, there's not much in there besides your basic monitor RGB calibration and a few extra features like PIP and PBP.
- It also adjusts the tilt- meaning colour shift is a big issue as not all desks are the same height.
- The monitor has VERY thin bezzles which run the perimeter of the display. On the edge there is this nice light glow effect.
- 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.
- It comes with USBC and HDMI cables, and the USBC charges my mac as well as connecting the monitor.
- The USB hub in the back of the monitor is great.
- USB cable charges my phone and synchs it to my laptop.
- The monitor worked great and no issues with USB-C connected.
- I also had issues with switching between sources and the USB hub.
- 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.