LG has officially launched its new 49-inch UltraWide Dual QHD monitor, the 49WL95C-WE, which features a massive display resolution of 5120×1440, effectively doubling the resolution of a typical 27-inch 16:9 QHD monitor. The panel of the 49WL95C-WE also has a refresh rate of 60Hz, 5ms (GtG), a brightness of 350cd (typ), a 1000:1 (Typ.), and a sRGB 99% color gamut.
The new LG 49WL95C-WE UltraWide Dual QHD Monitor is a refresh of the company’s original 49WL95C UltraWide monitor from 2019. It isn’t exactly clear what’s different with this new model but it does come with all of the same features as its predecessor, including its Dual Controller Picture-by-Picture function that allows the view and control multiple devices connected to the monitor using just one mouse and keyboard. Dual Controller even lets users copy files from one device to the other simply by dragging the files from one half of the screen to the other. Users can also utilize the On Screen Control software to split the display.
Some of the other features of the LG 49WL95C-WE UltraWide Dual QHD include Automatic Brightness Control, a USB Type-C port with support for Power Delivery, two 10W speakers, and a stand with height, tilt, and swivel adjustment. The other I/O ports of the monitor include two HDMI ports, one DisplayPort, a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The LG 49WL95C-WE UltraWide Dual QHD monitor is now available for around PHP 73,529.00.