Although historically it has not been normal for desktop users to opt for large screens, new generation gaming experiences lead more and more people to be encouraged by “Premium” models with an interest in gaining visual immersion . Within this group, an option like the LG 35WN75C-W is easily placed in the first places of prominence.
LG 35WN75C is a high-end monitor that stands out for its 35-inch screen size with a native QHD resolution , as well as an expanded aspect ratio and a curvature on its sides that allow you to feel enveloped by the images on your desktop at any time. to work, play, edit or just entertain yourself at home. Here we review its main specifications:
Features of LG 35WN75C-W
|Dimensions (with stand)||831.6mm x 250.9mm x 573mm|
|Weight (with stand)||8.3kg|
|VESA mount||Yes, 100 x 100mm|
|Resolution||2560 x 1440 pixels|
|Brightness||300 cd/㎡ (typical)|
|viewing angles||178º horizontal, 178º vertical|
|Color range||99% sRGB coverage|
|HDR support||Yes, HDR10|
|Contrast Ratio (Typical)||2500:1|
|Special features||AMD RADEON FreeSync, Super Resolution+|
|Connectivity||2 x HDMI, 1 x 3.5mm headphone out|
|USB ports||2 x USB-A, 1 x USB-C with power delivery up to 94W|
|power input||100-240Vac, 50/60Hz|
|Energy consumption||45W (normal), 0.3W (off), 0.5W (sleep)|
|Box contents||Monitor, Power cord, HDMI cable|
A modern aesthetic in every detail
As shown in the images, this monitor complies with the latest design standards of the South Korean manufacturer, including a structure that is tinted silver on its rear face as well as its support and base, but maintains the traditional black on the small bezels that surround your screen so nothing distracts you from work or play.
LG 35WN75C-W has official dimensions of 831.6 mm x 250.9 mm x 573 mm and a weight that goes up to 8.3 kilograms if its support is used, but logically the screen can also be fixed directly on it. the wall with a third-party accessory thanks to its 100 x 100 mm VESA mount. Likewise, it promises support for a conventional inclination that goes from -5 to 15° or also raises or lowers the height of its support in a very simple way.
Above average performance
Previously we have been able to meet other monitors of this type and created by the same Korean brand, such could be the case of the attractive LG UltraWide 34WP550-B , although the protagonist of this analysis undoubtedly stays with the victory when comparing them basically by its highest supported native resolution.
Thus, LG 35WN75C responds to a 35-inch panel with a native resolution of 3440 x 1440 pixels at 100 Hz and that extends 32% more of the useful display area thanks to the 21: 9 format. Taking into account that a user usually does not feel so far from his monitor, the slight curvature on its edges also helps to improve the feeling of immersion and is not a simple aesthetic detail.
Some of the unusual specifications for this model include support for the HDR10 standard to represent more vivid colors and better contrast, AMD Radeon FreeSync technology that helps maintain a better fluidity of actions during gaming sessions by synchronizing at all times with the graphics card of the computer, and finally the “Super Resolution+ ” technology that improves in real time the sharpness of those contents with a lower native image quality.
Finally, the monitor features 178º horizontal and vertical viewing angles, 5 ms native response times, 300 cd/m² maximum brightness levels, 2500:1 contrast ratio, and 99% coverage of the sRGB color standard. , so there will be no problems to carry out other types of conventional activities such as editing and multimedia creation.
Connectivity, sound and energy consumption
To end the good performance of LG 35WN75C-W, the presence of two integrated speakers of 7W power each can be reported , something that is close to the television standard and is rarely found in this type of device. Thus, it is feasible to forget about external sound equipment or rely on headphones.
In connectivity, the most striking thing is the inclusion of two USB-A inputs as well as a reversible USB Type-C, compatible with all brands and with support for 94W power input to recharge external devices. There is also a 3.5mm headphone jack, a DisplayPort 1.4 video output and up to two HDMI outputs for use with any type of current content source.
Finally, a negative point to highlight is the low energy consumption certification present (G) in both SDR and HDR modes, offering average figures of 45W in normal use and 0.5W in idle mode.
- Modern design with curvature to increase immersion
- More viewing space with great clarity
- Support for HDR10 and AMD FreeSync technology
- Multiple physical connections available, including USB-C
- Low energy consumption certification