Ports! 21:9 Resolution! Curved Panel!
There is so much to love with the 34UC87C, that I don't know where to start. Of course though, we'll start with the packaging and move on from there.
The front of the packaging on the LG 34UC87C.
Turned around, we have the back of the box.
Here we have the back of the monitor, where you can see the two mounting holes for the stand. Down the bottom, we have a power switch to the left, and all of the connectivity to the right.
Speaking of connectivity, from left to right we have: DC in, headphone in, two HDMI ports, DisplayPort, a USB 3.0 host and two USB 3.0 ports.
A closer look at the power button.
The joystick at the bottom of the 34UC87C can control everything within the menus, and acts as a power button, too.
The one big difference between the 34UC97 and the 34UC87C is the stand, which is height adjustable.
Some more shots of the stand.
Here we have the screen mounted onto the stand, with four screws keeping it in place.
For our testing, we used an ASUS ROG G751 gaming notebook, which is my workstation machine. I had the LG 34UC87C plugged into it for around a month of everyday testing. I was able to game very comfortably at 3440x1440 with the included NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M GPU, providing 60FPS+ in Battlefield 4.
The ASUS ROG G751 gaming notebook is powered by an Intel Core i7-4720HQ processor, 24GB of RAM and the aforementioned GeForce GTX 980M with 4GB of VRAM. It's a very powerful laptop, with it being faster than most $2000 gaming PCs. The LG 34UC87C is the perfect monitor for it.
PRICING: You can find the LG 34UC87C for sale below. The prices listed are valid at the time of writing, but can change at any time. Click the link below to see real-time pricing for the best deal:
United States: The LG 34UC87C retails for $879 at Amazon.
United Kingdom: The LG 34UC87C retails for £728 at Amazon UK.
Australia: The LG 34UC87C retails for $1349 AUD at PLE Computers.
Canada: Find other tech and computer products like this over at Amazon Canada's website.
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