29'' Class 21:9 UltraWide® Full HD IPS Gaming Monitor (29” Diagonal)
  • 29" 21:9 UltraWide Full HD IPS Display
  • 1ms Motion Blur Reduction
  • AMD FreeSync
  • On-Screen Control with Screen Split 2.0
  • Advanced Gaming Features
  • ENERGY STAR® Qualified
29" Class 21:9 UltraWide® Full HD IPS Gaming Monitor (29” Diagonal)
Where to Buy


  • DC Off
    less than 0.3W
  • Input
    100~240V, 50/60Hz
    Power Save/Sleep Mode (Max.)
    less than 0.5W
  • Normal On (EPA)
    Normal On (factory out condition Typ.)


  • TUV-Type
  • FCC-B, CE
  • Windows
    Yes (win10)
  • DisplayPort
    Yes (ver1.2)


  • Shipping Weight
    16.8 lbs
    With Stand (WxHxD)
    27.7" x 16.3" x 8.0"
  • Without Stand (WxHxD)
    27.7" x 12.9" x 2.5"
    Shipping Dimensions (WxHxD)
    32.0" x 15.9" x 5.9"
  • With Stand Weight
    12.1 lbs
    Without Stand Weight
    11.1 lbs


  • Smart Energy Saving
  • HDCP
    Picture Mode
    Custom, Reader, Photo, Cinema, Color Weakness, FPS Game 1, FPS Game 2, RTS Game, Custom (Game)
  • Plug & Play
    Super+ Resolution
  • Automatic Standby
    4 Screen-split
  • Flicker Safe
    Six Axis Control
  • Black Stabilizer
    DAS Mode
  • Response Time Control
    AMD FreeSync™ Technology
    RADEON FreeSync™
  • On Screen Control
    Color Calibrated
  • Color Weakness
    1ms Motion Blur Reduction
  • Crosshair


  • Limited Warranty
    1 Year Parts & Labor


  • Screen Size Class (diagonal)
  • Response Time
    5ms (High), 1ms MBR
    Refresh Rate
  • Color Depth
    6bit+A-FRC, 16.7M colors
    Color Gamut (CIE1931)
    sRBG over 99%
  • Contrast Ratio
    1000:1 (typ)
    Viewing Angle
    178 / 178 (CR≥10)
  • Surface Treatment
    Anti-Glare 3H


  • Panel Type
    Aspect Ratio


  • Display Port
    Yes (DP Alt. Mode)
  • HDMI


  • Tilt (Angle)
    -5~20 Degree


  • Power Cord
    Yes (ver1.4)
  • Detachable Base
    Wall mount size (mm)
    75 x 75


  • Brightness
    250(Typ), 200(Min)
    5W x 2 MaxxAudio
  • Pixel Pitch (mm)
    0.2628 x 0.2628

What people are saying

Rated 1 out of 5 by from Headphone Jack Never Worked Ever since I go the monitor, the headphone jack never really worked. It would just clip in and out. I stop using it because I had another setup that worked fine. I'm now trying to revisit the issues and it's even worse now. No sound, only white noise. Other than that, it's fine but it really ruins my use-case since one of the reasons I bought it was for the headphone jack. Arc is also terrible on B7 as well.
Date published: 2019-12-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great monitor , Good value I bought this on a whim as a 3red on my rig. Happy to say it's pretty good. The wide screen allows me to have photoshop with all menus running solitaire on the same monitor. Color replication is awesome
Date published: 2019-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent visual capture of game graphics! Though I had to return the first one I bought do to an internal issue it had, the new one I exchanged it for meets all my expectations.
Date published: 2019-09-29
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Ps 4 compatible

Asked by: Nictnat
The Full HD UltraWide 21:9 aspect ratio makes games more immersive. 1ms Motion Blur Reduction allows gamers to enjoy the precision and accuracy needed to play at a very high level. With a response time that is virtually 1ms, blurring and ghosting are reduced to make the action smoother and gaming more precise. LG's Black Stabilizer senses dark scenes and helps make it brighter so that you can find the enemies hiding and waiting to attack your player in the dark. Set your game mode to optimize and customize your gaming conditions. There are 3 gamer modes, 2 First-Person-Shooter modes and even a RTS pre-set mode so you can choose the best mode for you and the game you're playing. It has HDMI input for connected your video game system. ^CP
Answered by: LGAnswers
Date published: 2019-09-23

Is this monitor vesa mountable?

Asked by: Adam22
The LG 29" Class 21:9 UltraWide® Full HD IPS Gaming Monitor (29” Diagonal), Model # 29UM69G-B has an A x B VESA Wall Mount Interface pattern of 75 x 75 mm...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2019-05-14

Wht don't sell larger ones? Do you sell any that are 4K?

Asked by: shortyr
Thank you for reaching out. For best assistance with your inquiry, we recommend reaching out to AT&T directly. You can find their contact information here: https://www.att.com/contactus/index/wireless.html?tab=1 ^CP
Answered by: LGAnswers
Date published: 2018-06-02

How to activate 4 split screen ?

Asked by: Vas tziouris
Please go here for the software: http://www.lg.com/us/search.lg?search=onscreen+control. ^AC
Answered by: amber
Date published: 2017-12-28

What conditions are required for the 144Hz mode ?

Asked by: Remenby
Its not possible to get 144Hz since the refresh rate of the monitor is 75Hz only. ^AC
Answered by: amber
Date published: 2017-12-12

Hi, does it provide power over USB-C to for example MacBook Pro 13? So can I charge MacBook Pro over USB-C from this monitor?

Asked by: widget102
I've seen reviews saying that they can charge a MBP with this (one of the reasons I bought it), however I'm seeing 'not charging' status. So does it or does it not support the PD from the monitor to the notebook? If yes - how do I enable it. Dear LG Support, feel free to jump in and clear out the confusion.
Answered by: b1ade
Date published: 2017-11-22

Is it 75Hz also with Nvidia graphic cards?

Asked by: Freddy18
The ENERGY STAR® Qualified LG 29" Class 21:9 UltraWide® Full HD IPS Gaming Monitor (29” Diagonal), Model # 29UM69G-B has a refresh rate of 75 Hz. Check the specifications for your graphics card, it may be capable of higher rates and is always firing off frames as fast as it can possibly do, that FPS this is dynamic and can bounce from say 30 to 80 FPS in a matter of split seconds. On the eye side of things, you have this hardware which is the monitor, and it is a fixed device as it refreshes at 75 Hz. Fixed and Dynamic are two different things and collide with each other. So on one end, you have the graphics card rendering at a varying frame rate while the monitor refreshes at 75 images per second. That causes a problem with a slower or faster FPS than 75 because you'll get multiple images displayed on the screen per refresh of the monitor. So graphics cards don’t render at fixed speeds. In fact, their frame rates will vary dramatically even within a single scene of a single game, based on the instant load that the GPU sees. In the past, Vsync stutter and Tearing were solved by ignoring the monitor's refresh rate and updating the image being scanned to the display in mid cycle. The downside was that when a single refresh cycle showed 2 images, a very obvious “tear line” was evident at the break, referred to as 'screen tearing' Tearing was solved by turning on VSync to force the GPU to delay screen updates until the monitor cycles to the start of a new refresh cycle. That delay caused stutter whenever the GPU frame rate is below the display refresh rate. It also increases latency, which is the direct result of input lag, the visible delay between a button being pressed and the result occurring on-screen. That is why gamers all wanted extremely fast graphics cards so they could enable VSYNC and have a graphics card that runs faster than 60 FPS and so Nvidia released G-Sync, which was both a software and hardware solution that solved screen tearing and stuttering by making the monitor a slave to your graphics card as its refresh rate became dynamic, each time your graphics card rendered one frame that frame was aligned up with the monitor's refresh rate. That has now evolved to AMD's FreeSync™ Technology. FreeSync reduces the tearing and stuttering that occur between a graphic card’s frame rate and a monitor’s refresh rate. With FreeSync, gamers can experience seamless, fluid movement throughout games without the need to upgrade their graphics card...^IFV
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2019-02-14

Is the refresh rate locked at 75hz and under or can it be overclocked? 

Asked by: bpaul9699
The LG 29" Class 21:9 UltraWide® Full HD IPS Gaming Monitor (29” Diagonal), Model # 29UM69G-B is not factory overclocked, so overclocking it would void your warranty...^IFV
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2018-12-19
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