Full HD with 16:9 aspect ratio is everywhere. We’ve all seen it in action. It’s sharp, clear and immersive. It’s good.
But Ultrawide is better. Much better.
Ultrawide displays are defined by an increased aspect ratio compared to full HD’s 16:9. They deliver aspect ratios of at least 21:9, with some even reaching a stunning 32:9 ratio.
These displays are rewriting the rules on what a screen can be.Experience Ultrawide today
Interactive Large Format Ultrawide displays can benefit wildly differing industries. While Ultrawide iLFDs can also be used to incredible effect in advertising and corporate environments, they can also bring a new level of interaction and opportunity to the worlds of education and art.
The use of interactive boards in education is nothing new, but with Ultrawide resolution, teachers can now rely on their displays to deliver razor-sharp imagery and flawless interactivity, ensuring every student is immersed and engaged.
Ultrawide resolution isn’t just for big, mounted displays. Among some of the most common Ultrawide products are desktop monitors, bringing crystal-clear visuals and jaw-dropping performance into the home.
Starting at 29”, Ultrawide monitors are the best of the best for gamers, designers, software engineers and others. Not only can they flawlessly immerse players in even the most cutting-edge videogames, but these displays also provide professionals with a huge digital workspace that’s reliable, multi-functional and effortlessly sharp.
Starting at 32”, Large Format Displays are popular across almost every industry for public communication, advertising and remote meetings and conferencing. Now, Ultrawide LFDs are on the rise and bringing a new level of resolution to offices and stores around the world.
By combining the large size and powerful performance of LFDs with the clarity and resolution of Ultrawide, advertising and collaboration opportunities just got more impressive and, crucially, more effective.
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The uses for Ultrawide displays in corporate and office spaces are almost endless. From improving remote conferencing experiences to providing workers with larger digital workspaces, Ultrawide LFDs and monitors can contribute to increased productivity, improved collaboration between teams and better overall function in almost any office.
With more digital space to work, users in any industry can view multiple documents side-by-side, or easily pull up files and websites while remaining fully engaged in a meeting. Digital multitasking has never been easier, improving workflow, reducing stress and increasing productivity.
More specifically, artists, editors, architects, designers, music producers and many other professionals can benefit greatly from using Ultrawide monitors, allowing them to see their work in the finest detail possible, bringing them closer to perfection than ever before.
Ultrawide displays are often big, but their size allows them to deliver resolution, functionality and workspace that is unmatched by anything in the current rostra of cutting-edge technologies. Whatever your client’s business, there is an Ultrawide display that will suit their needs.
The very best in display innovations don’t have to be restricted to use in the office. A plethora of digital hobbies are boosted by the clarity and performance of Ultrawide monitors, and none more so than video gaming.
From top-down city builders to open-world RPGs, many video games seek to create a world or story and immerse their players in them as fully as possible. But no matter how well-made the game, a tiny or poor-quality monitor will shatter a gamer’s suspension of disbelief from the moment it flickers into life.
Not so with Ultrawide gaming monitors.
With sizes beginning at an already impressive 29”, and with many models featuring a curved screen for maximum field of view, Ultrawide monitors can deliver immersion and gaming experiences like nothing else. High-resolution offers gamers the chance to see other worlds in more clarity than ever before, while wide, curved designs wrap those worlds around players, filling their field of view and achieving a whole new level of immersion.
The future of gaming is now, and its name is Ultrawide.