Best Ultrawide Monitors Windows Central 2020
An ultrawide monitor is a great way to increase the PC screen real estate you have available to use multiple apps and games without needing to purchase more than one display and then suffer from a split between them. We rounded up your best options, especially if you're now looking to create your own home-based office to work from there.
- Ultrawide King: Philips Brilliance 499P9H
- Premium Curves: LG 34WN80C-B
- Budget-friendly: LG 25UM58-P
- For Content: BenQ EX3501R
- Gamer's Dream: ASUS ROG SWIFT PG349Q
- Gorgeous Design: Dell UltraSharp U3415W
Philips created a genuinely massive PC display for creatives and work professionals. This 49-inch behemoth monitor is a perfect replacement for two 1440p displays, allowing you to create a cleaner desktop environment. When you need additional screen real estate but don't want to use multiple panels, the 499P9H is an almost perfect choice.
Another LG display in our collection is the 34-inch UC98-W. We have the usual LG features like Screen Split 2.0, and this panel is curved as well as being ultrawide. While the monitor itself supports VESA mounting, the stand can be tilted and adjusted to achieve your ideal position. You'll also get a 3440x1440 resolution, along with two USB-A 3.0 (with Quick Charge) ports, two HDMI, a single DisplayPort, and USB-C.
Sporting a resolution of 2560x1080, it's no 1440p, but at only 25 inches, the low resolution shouldn't have a dampening effect on the visual experience. With this monitor, you get an IPS panel with two HDMI ports, FreeSync, and a refresh rate of 60Hz. It's possible to split the screen up to four times for increased levels of productivity, and there's even a dual controller for connecting two PCs to the unit.
BenQ's EX3501R is a stunning monitor for those seeking a high-end screen with impressive performance. You've got a large 3440x1440 resolution, HDR support, 100Hz refresh rate, and a curved design. The addition of FreeSync support and excellent color reproduction makes this display perfect for consuming content or working on some designs.
Should you own an NVIDIA GPU, you'll want the ASUS ROG Swift PG349Q. This display was designed with gaming in mind, utilizing G-Sync technology for tear and stutter-free gaming. The 120Hz refresh rate, 5ms response time, appealing design, and 3440x1440 resolution makes it a solid choice for gamers. Still, the display is also suitable for work, too, thanks to the IPS panel for excellent color reproduction. There's also RGB lighting with HDMI and DisplayPort support.
Dell's 34-inch 21:9 curved display has a 3440x1440 resolution, allowing you to get more done. Not only does the display itself look beautiful (Dell kills it with design), you have ample ports to hook up all devices, including HDMI, DisplayPort, and Mini DisplayPort, as well as a USB 3.0 hub. You can have more than one input on-screen at once, and there's even VESA mounting support so you can bring your brackets and wall mounts.
Helping you pick an ultrawide
These are the best ultrawide monitors we've found for PC. The panels listed cater to different needs and requirements, for gaming or productivity. When looking at ultrawide panels, you should be looking at the resolution, port availability, as well as refresh rates and response times to pick the right one for you. We're partial to curved displays, so if we had to pick just one the LG 34UC98-W would be it.
This 34-inch panel from LG is stunning. It comes rocking Thunderbolt support with USB 3.0 Quick Charge, an sRGB color accuracy rating of over 99%, and is calibrated from the factory. There are plenty of ports on the rear of the display, allowing you to not only be more productive but enjoy movies and games too.
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