LG's 29-inch UltraWide monitor just hit its lowest price, but only for a limited time!

If you're in the market for a monitor upgrade, you won't want to miss out on this amazing deal on LG's 29-inch UltraWide. Right now you can pick one up for just $199 (opens in new tab), which is a huge savings of $300! That's right, $300 off the 2560x1080 monitor that runs at 21:9. It offers a DVI-D, HDMI, and a DisplayPort, and is capable of 4-screen split so you can multi-task like a champ.

This deal is only good while supplies last for today, December 1, so be sure to act quickly if you are interested.

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Jared DiPane

Jared started off writing about mobile phones back when BlackBerry ruled the market, and Windows Mobile was kinda cool. Now, with a family, mortgage and other responsibilities he has no choice but to look for the best deals, and he's here to share them with you.

  • I feel like Console peasant since I bought Xbox One in April. Till this April I was gaming on PC and thought I would never buy an console like Xbox or Playstation. Recently I got 40inch Ultra HD TV and gaming has never felt so good. I still play on PC occasionally but it has become so rare. I see these 29inch screens for 400-600€ and feel like thats robbing when you can buy larger 4k TV with smart in it.
  • 29" is too small for ultrawide dimensions. The vertical space is too short. Go for at least 34" if you're looking at this type of monitor
  • What do you mean too short? it's 1080p. I work in a graphic studio, one of my collegue bought one of these monitors last year for home. A couple of days later brought it to work for a couple of days. A week later we bought six of them altogether and switched all the work PCs. :D Never ever going back to 16:9.
  • 29" is about the limit for 2560x1080, now if it was ultra wide 1440 then 34" makes sense. This has about the same vertical dimensions of a 24" 16:9.
  • can it be mounted?
  • Yes. I use a Ergotech Freedom Arm.
  • Damn that's tempting... And not to undercut LG, but there's a Dell on the site for only $40 more but it's on sale until Monday. https://www.windowscentral.com/e?link=https2F%2Fclick.linksynergy.co...
  • I have a version of this monitor from LG and while there are MANY things I like and love about it, SCREEN SPLITTING is a FAIL!
    Screen splitting requires support from an LG driver on your computer(s) to assist with resolution and aspect ratio scaling. If you don't install and use this software, which doesn't seem to work with my Radeon drivers, then this feature doesn't really exist because the split screen images are unreadable.
    Double and triple check the port layout in relation to the VESA mounting screws as mine would not allow for me to attach my nano pc to the back.
    The other technical problem i have with this monitor is a reoccurring red vertical line of pixels that appears for months at a time and then disappears for an equal amount of time. This started just after the warranty expired and I was only given two options. Live with it or get it repaired for a price that approached the price of a new model on Newegg - I chose to live with it until it really stops working all together.
    All said, I will buy another LG ultrawide and would recommend one to anybody needing an upgrade, but would recommend an extended warranty. 😃