LG has announced the 34UC79G curved monitor, targeting the PC game market with a high refresh rate, motion blur features and even an option to put a crosshair in the center of the screen.

LG 34-inch

LG states:

As the world's first 144Hz IPS 21:9 Curved UltraWide gaming monitor, the 34UC79G combines a blindingly fast refresh rate with advanced one millisecond Motion Blur Reduction. The monitor boasts seamless image transitions without annoying afterimages and the IPS display delivers accurate color expression from any angle without distortion. With features such as Black Stabilizer and Dynamic Action Sync, the 34UC79G is specifically designed to meet the needs of today's gamers. Black Stabilizer provides extra clear contrast, allowing viewers to detect darker objects hidden in hard to see areas. Dynamic Action Sync reduces input lag so that users can enjoy fast-paced gameplay without any delays. What's more, the inclusion of AMD FreeSyncTM offers smooth gameplay without any stuttering or screen tearing.

The monitor also offers a crosshair option which adds a fixed target to the center of the screen to increase accuracy during FPS games and a mouse line hook to prevent drag resistance caused by the mouse's cable. With the monitor's curved shape and immersive 21:9 aspect ratio, the 34UC79G presents a world-class gaming experience for fans of FPS, RTS or MMORPG.

The LG 34UC79G gaming monitor will go on sale in October for the price of $700.