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  • 34" UltraWide® Nano IPS Display
  • 5K2K WUHD (5120 x 2160) Resolution
  • Thunderbolt™ 3
  • DCI-P3 98%
  • HDR Support
  • 4-Side Virtually Borderless Design
34" Class 21:9 UltraWide® 5K2K Nano IPS LED Monitor with HDR 600 (34" Diagonal)
$ 1,499.99
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The Verge Awards at CES 2018 – Best Monitor

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"You want a display that's a little extra". 1/9/2018
See for yourself why experts love this spacious monitor.
  • Screen Space

    21:9 UltraWide™

  • HDR

    DisplayHDR™ 600

  • Color

    Nano IPS 98%

UL VERIFIED, verify.UL.com, B783608 mark
LG 34WK95U is UL verified for 'Nano IPS covers DCI-P3 color Gamut which is 35%(Typical) large than sRGB 100%
*Thunderbolt™ 3 on Earlier windows PCs
Your Thunderbolt™ 3 device is certified for windows PC before July 2016 make certain your PC has the most recent versions of the items listed below.
- BIOS/Thnderbolt™ 3 driver/Thunderbolt™ 3 Firmware (if available)
Contact your PC manufacturer to confirm your system is up to date. You may also review the following website for additional information.


    • Resolution
    • 5120 x 2160
    • Panel Type:
    • Nano IPS
    • Aspect Ratio
    • 21:9
    • Brightness
    • 450 (Typ), 360 (min) cd/m2
    • Color Gamut
    • DCI-P3 98% (Typ)
    • Response Time
    • 5ms
    • Contrast Ratio (DFC)
    • 1200:1 (Typ)
    • Viewing Angle
    • 178/178 (CR≥10)


    • Headphone Out
    • Yes
    • DisplayPort
    • Yes
    • USB-C
    • Yes (Supported thru TBT3 port)
    • USB Up-Stream (ver 3.0)
    • Yes x 1
    • USB Down-Stream (ver 3.0)
    • Yes x 2
    • ThunderBolt
    • Thunderbolt 3
    • HDMI
    • Yes x 2


    • DC Off
    • 0.3W
    • Type
    • Built-in Power
    • Normal On (EPA)
    • 54.78W
    • Normal On (factory out condition Typ.)
    • 80W
    • Output
    • 85W


    • Smart Energy Saving
    • Yes
    • Key Lock
    • Yes
    • DDC/CI
    • Yes
    • HDCP
    • Yes (2.2)
    • Picture Mode
    • (Non HDR Contents) Custom/Vivid/Reader/Cinema/HDR Effect/sRGB/DCI-P3 REC2020/EBU/REC709/SMPTE-C/Color Weakness (HDR 10) HDR Vivid, HDR Cinema , HDR Game, HDR Standard
    • Super+ Resolution
    • Yes
    • Factory Calibration
    • Yes
    • Automatic Standby
    • Yes
    • Reader Mode
    • Yes
    • Six Axis Control
    • Yes
    • DAS Mode
    • Yes
    • Auto Brightness
    • Yes
    • Response Time Control
    • Yes
    • On Screen Control
    • Yes
    • My Display Preset (in OSC)
    • Yes
    • Dual EDID (H/W)
    • Yes
    • Ratio
    • Full Wide, Original, Cinema1, Cinema2, Just scan
    • Local Dimming
    • Yes
    • H/W Calibration Ready (True Color Pro)
    • Yes
    • Screen split2.0 (in OSC)
    • Yes
    • HDR (High Dynamic Range)
    • VESA HDR 600


    • Shipping Weight
    • 25.8 lbs
    • With Stand (WxHxD)
    • 32.2" x 22.0" (Up)/17.7" (Down) x 9.2"
    • Without Stand (WxHxD)
    • 32.16" x 14.2" x 2.2"
    • Shipping Dimensions (WxHxD)
    • 37.5" x 20.4" x 7.1"
    • With Stand Weight
    • 19.4 lbs
    • Without Stand Weight
    • 16.5 lbs


    • Tilt (Angle)
    • -5~15 Degree
    • One Click Stand Set-up
    • Yes
    • Height (mm)
    • 110mm


    • TUV-Type
    • Yes
    • UL(cUL)
    • Yes
    • FCC-B, CE
    • Yes
    • Windows 10
    • Yes
    • TCO 6.0
    • Yes
    • ErP
    • Yes
    • DisplayPort
    • Yes
    • CCC (for China)
    • Yes
    • BSMI (for Taiwan)
    • Yes


    • Wall Mount Size (mm) :
    • 100 x 100 (VESA compatible)
    • Power Cord
    • Yes
    • Display Port
    • Yes
    • Cable Holder
    • Yes
    • Thunderbolt3 Cable
    • Yes
    • USB (USB B-to-A, White)
    • Yes


    • Limited Warranty
    • 1 Year Parts & Labor
    • UPC
    • 719192617384

What people are saying

Rated 2 out of 5 by from Easily broken. I had this just over the warranty period where I got a slight hit on the side. That was enough to crack the screen under the outside screen. Very disappointed. Next time get extended warranty.
Date published: 2022-09-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Checks (almost) all the boxes, but poor execution I purchased this monitor a few years back to replace another LG panel that was exceptional - a 34UM95. It looked to be the ideal panel. But this panel was not ready for prime time. It's a really good looking panel if you can get native resolution working on it. I tried via HDMI and DisplayPort through numerous cables and adapters from my previous 2018 MacBook Pro, and USB-C was the only way that it would work. I understand HDMI doesn't (generally) have the capacity to output 5k60, but DisplayPort does. Otherwise, it would downscale to a resolution that looked blurry at best, jagged and unpleasant at worst. And half the time, I'd have to pull and replug the power cable just to get my MacBook Pro to understand its resolution. Ghosting. I sent this in for repair due to terrible ghosting issues. They... replaced the control button. Any brighter window that sits in the same place on the screen for more than a few minutes will 100% leave a ghost. It's an IPS panel and should absolutely not do this. You can search for this and find people with these problems all over the place. Start-up time is horrendous and the OSD is sluggish. Often times it won't boot into the proper resolution. The brightness is OK, but, even in a dark room, I've always craved a bit more from it. Compared to my Ultrafine 5K, it looks dim and gray by comparison. Don't even get me started with its "pseudo-HDR," because HDR isn't HDR when it can only put out 500 nits. Of course the USB-C port has since broken as well. Because why not? I literally put zero pressure on the USB-C cable or anything. I just unplugged it from the back one day, and the next day, the USB-C port was jiggling around like a belly dancer. This had the potential to be such a great monitor, but it failed on so many accounts. Ghosting/burn-in, poor OSD, cheap components, lack of proper connectivity, etc. And yet, LG decides to still advertise this monitor - despite not being sold for several years - on social media.
Date published: 2022-08-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Perfect Idea with Poor Execution On paper, this was the perfect monitor. - 4k screen with USB-C connectivity and lots of USB ports - Sweet spot from a size standpoint - Beautiful no-logo thin bezel - Built-in KVM switch for multiple computers both PC & Mac that is easy to use In reality, it is unworkable for professional work. - First, only USB-C is 4k. The HDMI ports are only HD meaning if you have two computers (one for work, one for personal) that you want to use in 4k you will have to manually change the USB-C from the back. - Second, when your computer goes to sleep when it awakes it will reset the default resolution to SD. It happened on my Mac Mini, M1 MacBook, and Lenovo laptop. You have to unplug your computers each time and reconnect them for the resolution to reset. - Third, the wake-time from when I clicked on my trackpad or mouse to when the monitor woke up was frequently close to 20 seconds. If it happened once in a blue moon then no biggie, but the majority of the time at this price point - really frustrating. The most beautiful monitor on the market imo and I would pay the price in a heartbeat if it worked. But it doesn't. I read the reviews before buying and took the chance anyway. Don't make my mistake - pass on this version.
Date published: 2022-03-07
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I bought this monitor but I can't get it works with resolution 5k 2k(5120x2160) with my Mac mini M1. I need  how to solve this problem.

Asked by: ROBBINFP
Have you checked the specifications for the graphics card in your Mac Mini M1 to see what refresh rates and resolutions it supports and what connectivity it has? Which ports are you using to connect the monitor to your Mac Mini M1? As indicated in its title, the LG 34'' Class 21:9 UltraWide® 5K2K Nano IPS LED Monitor with HDR 600 (34'' Diagonal), Model # 34WK95U-W has a native resolution of 5120 x 2160. Connectivity for the monitor includes 2 x HDMI ports, 2 x USB Down-Stream (ver 3.0), a USB Up-Stream (ver 3.0) port, a Thunderbolt ™ 3 port that supports USB-C, a DisplayPort, and a 3.5 mm Headphone Out port. The monitor supports a maximum resolution of 3840 x 2160 @ 60Hz over HDMI and it supports a maximum resolution of 5120 x 2160 @ 60Hz over USB-C, DisplayPort, and Thunderbolt™ 3...^Ivan
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2022-07-22

No Audio on LG’s speaker via USB-C to Macbook Pro 2016. I have the audio on LG after I restart my macbook, but the audio would disappear every time my macbook hibernate. This issue only happen when they’re connected via usb-C, not via DP. Any suggestion?

Asked by: sw1wc
I have similar issue with win10 on dell notebook 7320, connected LG5K2K with USB-C cable, most of times when I turn on the notebook, I can't find USB audio device within the audio output device but few times it will display in the list, I even ask customer service to replace main board but not help. I also tried to connect one HP dock b/w notebook and LG5K2K and I find the USB audio device will always recognized by Dell7320, so I don't think this caused by win10 and should some issue in LG firmware.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2021-06-30

I have a MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2017) I want to use the monitor with my MacBook. Is it compatible because I've heard from other people that bought it and they have issues? Is the burn-in a big issue on this screen too?

Asked by: d1988f
We are not aware of any burn-in issues with the LG 34'' Class 21:9 UltraWide® 5K2K Nano IPS LED Monitor with HDR 600 (34'' Diagonal), Model # 34WK95U-W. As the title indicates, this monitor is an LED LCD monitor, and although burn-in and image retention are possible on virtually any display, it is very rare to hear of burn-in or image retention on an LED LCD monitor. The only issue that we are aware of with regards to compatibility with MacBook Pro was with the MacBook Pro (15-inch 2018) connecting through ThunderBolt 3 but that issue was resolved when the next version of macOS was released in 2018. There were no compatibility issues that were reported for the MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2017) or any other MacBook Pro that we are aware of...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2021-08-14

With the port selection available on the monitor - how would I be able to or will I be able to get the native resolution (5120 x 2160) with HDR support at 60Hz? - Is the DP 1.4 / HDMI 2.0 able to support such bandwidths? Which do I use & is it supported?

Asked by: TechGuyDJ
The HDMI ports on the LG 34'' Class 21:9 UltraWide® 5K2K Nano IPS LED Monitor with HDR 600 (34'' Diagonal), Model # 34WK95U-W support a maximum resolution of 3840 x 2160 @ 60Hz with an 8-bit or 10-bit Color Depth and Chroma Samplings of YCbCr 4:2:0 and YCbCr 4:2:2 and a Chroma Sampling of YCbCr or RGB 4:4:4 for an 8-bit Color Depth with HDMI Ultra HD Deep Color set to On. The USB-C and DisplayPort both support a maximum resolution of 5120 x 2160 @ 60Hz. THe DisplayPort must be set for DP 1.4 and it must be set for DP 1.4 for HDR...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2021-05-13

How do you get MBP to connect at 144hz refresh rate? My MBP 2016. with Radeon Pro 460 is only getting 75hz.

Asked by: jpmoran
The LG 34'' Class 21:9 UltraWide® 5K2K Nano IPS LED Monitor with HDR 600 (34'' Diagonal), Model # 34WK95U-W does not support 144Hz which is why it is not appearing as an option for your Radeon Pro 460 Graphics card...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2020-12-02

Will this monitor work with the newest Macbook pro 16" (2019 fully speced out)? Have there been any reported problems like the previous Macbook pros? I want to use the thunderbolt 3 to connect.

Asked by: JPM2
I've been using this without issue with my 16" MBP for months. Works beautifully.
Answered by: APlusPhysics
Date published: 2020-10-05

This came up when looking for a curved monitor. Is this curved or is there a curved version of the same? It seems ridiculous to have this monitor as flat.

Asked by: Verity
The LG 34'' Class 21:9 UltraWide® 5K2K Nano IPS LED Monitor with HDR 600 (34'' Diagonal), Model # 34WK95U-W is not a curved screen. The version of this monitor with a curved screen is the 34" Class Curved 21:9 UltraWide® QHD (3440 x 1440) Nano IPS Monitor (34" Diagonal), Model # 34WK95C-W as indicated by the "C" in its model number. Other 34" LG monitors with a curved screen are Model # 34GN850-B, Model # 34GL750-B, Model # 34UC89G-B, Model # 34UC79G-B, Model # 34GK950F-B, Model # 34WL85C-B, Model # 34UC88-B, Model # 34UC80-B, Model # 34UC98-W, Model # 34GK950G-B, Model # 34WN80C-B, Model # 34WL75C-B, and with a 38" screen is, Model # 38WK95C-W, Model # 38UC99-W, Model # 38WN95C-W, and Model # 38WN75C-B...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2022-03-26

Does the 34WK95U support 14-Bit 3D LUT when using hardware calibration?

Asked by: vfxArt
The LG 34'' Class 21:9 UltraWide® 5K2K Nano IPS LED Monitor with HDR 600 (34'' Diagonal), Model # 34WK95U-W does not support 14-bit 3D LUT...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2020-06-08
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