Experience LG’s Latest 45-Inch Ultrawide Monitors: Smaller Yet Affordable

LG recently launched a pair of new 45-inch ultrawide gaming monitors. While this may seem extremely wide, LG claims it is equivalent to two 24-inch monitors. This is quite compact when compared to the larger 49-inch monitors from Samsung and LG, or the massive Samsung Odyssey Ark of last year.

The UltraGear 45GR65DC ($799) and 45GR75DC ($899) are slightly smaller and a few hundred dollars cheaper than the 49-inch 49GR85DC. The 45GR75DC features USB-C with 90W power delivery, while the 45GR65DC does not. LG offers a speaker for those who preorder the 45GR75DC before the 19th.

Both monitors have 5120 x 1440 1500R curved VA panels that support 95 percent of the DCI-P3 gamut, VESA DisplayHDR 600, VESA Adaptive Sync, and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro at up to 200Hz. Each has one DisplayPort 1.4 input, two HDMI 2.1 ports, one USB-B 3.0 upstream port, and two downstream ports. The 75 model adds a USB-C port that supports video, data, and power delivery up to 90W.

For individuals considering the 49-inch LG Ultragear or the Samsung G9, these 45-inch monitors may be an attractive option, especially considering their more reasonable size and price. If you have any feedback regarding whether using an ultrawide monitor is a bad or great idea, share your thoughts in the comments!


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