Save over $50 on a 34-inch LG Ultrawide FreeSync monitor and enjoy the view
You know, I used to think ultrawide monitors were a bit silly. Do you really need that much desktop real estate, and for your field of vision in games to be that wide? Of course, I have two normal sized-monitors mounted side by side, so it became obvious that I was being a little hypocritical. I still haven’t made the jump to an ultrawide monitor yet, but I can now understand the appeal of having enough room to open all of the applications you need without the borders of two monitors messing everything up.
So it’s good news that ultrawide monitors have been becoming more and more affordable, and this is the time of year is the perfect time to save. On Amazon, the LG Ultrawide FreeSync monitor is down to $327, $53 off its MSRP. This 34-inch monitor is a great beginner’s ultrawide monitor–inexpensive enough to convince you to make the jump, but not a gigantic loss if you end up wanting to do pack to a normal 16:9 set-up. Both of my monitors combined cost more than the LG UltraWide FreeSync monitor!
What really makes this LG monitor stand out is the AMD FreeSync software. That, along with Dynamic Action Sync, three game modes, and 1ms motion response time means that it’s great for gaming. So if you’re even slowly building up your PC gaming set-up with various deals as they come around, this will be the perfect accessory to complete it. You can even hook up your game consoles to the monitor and use it, though you might want to go with a quality TV instead.
If you’re not convinced by this monitor, there is only another, 29-inch LG Ultrawide monitor on sale as well. It also has FreeSync and it’s available for the lower price of $229. But, if you’re going to go for an ultrawide monitor and have the space, I’d recommend the 34-inch model!