LG Also Introduces 39GS95QE OLED Monitor: 2K Resolution, 240Hz, and MLA+ Technology

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I'm not an LG-guy but if this means there will be more 39" OLEDs coming out - i'll eagerly anticipate Alienware putting one out!! My 38" alienware is a monster beauty of a monitor...but the lack of dimming zones on the LCD panel make it rough for horror or dark-scene gaming an OLED version would be worth every penny
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Stryfex:

I'm not an LG-guy but if this means there will be more 39" OLEDs coming out - i'll eagerly anticipate Alienware putting one out!! My 38" alienware is a monster beauty of a monitor...but the lack of dimming zones on the LCD panel make it rough for horror or dark-scene gaming an OLED version would be worth every penny
Alienware has a contract w/ Samsung the other brands likely to use this panel are: ROG, MSI, Aorus, Corsair, Cooler Master, Acer & potentially Sony
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Is it common for oled to have a bad pixel density? Or just this one? My LG 38 inch has 3840x1600 and I'd not like a worse density than that
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Camaxide:

Is it common for oled to have a bad pixel density? Or just this one? My LG 38 inch has 3840x1600 and I'd not like a worse density than that
Oh damn i was so excited by big 21:9 OLED that I didn't notice it's only 1440p All excitement gone - I'm also using 1600p 38" and would never go down in density
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Camaxide:

Is it common for oled to have a bad pixel density? Or just this one? My LG 38 inch has 3840x1600 and I'd not like a worse density than that
Not sure about common but it's not a limiting factor when you consider some VR headsets use OLED with 2560x2560 per eye. We're talking only a few inches total for a display, so if that's not crazy high density, I don't know what is.
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Camaxide:

Is it common for oled to have a bad pixel density? Or just this one? My LG 38 inch has 3840x1600 and I'd not like a worse density than that
the pixel density on this panel is a function of its size. but wait, there's worse - the Corsair Xeneon Flex the higher density panels are made for 4k so if you notice the new 4k 240Hz has a finer pitch. they could make a finer pitch version but that would cost more money for a smaller slice of the market so they don't make one