Product Comparison: LG 29WK600-W vs LG 29WK500
- For productivity it's a great monitor - the extra width is very useful for fitting more programs on-screen at once.
- Good monitor for gaming the monitor was good to use. You can increase the refresh rate to 75hz, and if you set the response time to 'fastest'.
- This monitor has decent 5ms and 75hz ref rate without having to overclock it.
- This is a great 75hz 2560x1080 Freesync monitor with HDR.
- This monitor is fantastic. The width means you can multitask or play games in ultra wide to improve field of view.
- The colours were good and vibrant due to the IPS panel used.
- It has a crisp image with vibrant colors, and with PPI of 96 it is slightly better than an 24 inch FHD monitor with 91 PPI.
- IPS screen with accurate colours, large enough for basic video/photo editing, great for gaming.
- Brightness and sharpness of fonts makes it so much easier on my eyes and I don't feel tired at the end of a long day.
- Only downside of the monitor would be that it's not curved, but honestly not a big deal at all.
- The inclusion of FreeSync (40-75hz range over HDMI) was useful as I have an AMD card.
- Nvidia has just added support for freesync this works without any problems.
- You can tilt the monitor and it works fine on my desk but you might need a monitor stand if it is too low for you.
- HDR is a pointless effect and just cranks the brightness to max and makes a few other smaller changes.
- The speakers, they are very tiny and almost completely lack bass. Disappointing feature.
- It supports HDMI 2.0 and DP 1.2 so that's good.
- Good solid display connected with my MacBook Pro using a displayport to TB3 cable.
- I connected via HDMI cable and many others - all rated at 4K.
- Hooking it up with the HDMI with my Macbook pro 13 inch 2015 and works good.
- Has a useful 3.5mm port for my speakers, so I don't mesh them to system unit.