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LG Launches New 29-Inch UltraWide Monitor Suitable for All Home and Work Set-Ups

Singapore, 30 March 2020 — Expanding on its impressive UltraWide™ Monitor range which offers users more real estate to work and play, LG Electronics (LG) launched today its new 29” UltraWide™ Monitor (29WL500-B). This new UltraWide™ Monitor is the perfect multi-tasking display for any working or living space.

The 29” UltraWide™ Monitor is a precise 21:9 display that showcases vibrant colours and sharp images with the added benefit of a larger display that offers more screen space to multitask and increase your work efficiency. Like the other UltraWide Monitors, the 29” display comes with an intuitive OnScreen Control, allowing users to easily toggle how their screen is split for their desired work set-up. This provides users with the ability to view multiple windows without having to juggle between tabs and programmes or connect a second screen.

This new monitor also boasts an IPS panel with sRGB 99% and is able to display impeccable colour accuracy. Users can be sure that regardless of the type of the content they view, they will see lively colours – with up to 99% coverage of the sRGB colour spectrum, across the wide viewing angle.

Lg Launches New 29-Inch Ultrawide Monitor Suitable for All Home and Work Set-Ups

The 29” UltraWide™ Monitor also boasts AMD FreeSync™ Technology, allowing gamers to experience smooth and uninterrupted movement – eliminating screen tearing and stuttering – regardless of the genre of games they play. To maximise the viewing experience of gaming with the wider screen, the monitor also comes with Game Mode equipped, allowing gamers to personalize and fine-tune their experiences according to their favourite game genres.

The 29WL500-B is available at authorized retailers Best Denki, Challenger, COURTS, Harvey Norman and Gain City from 30 March 2020. Full specifications and prices can be found in ANNEX A.

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