Review Roundup: Get a bigger picture with an ultrawide 29-inch display

At a Glance

This display isn't as accurate as some other ultra-wide displays we've tested, but it's also priced much lower than professional-grade monitors.

Price when rated: $400

Pros

  • Very good off-axis viewing
  • Crisp and clean text

Cons

  • Subpar speakers
  • Limited ergonomic flexibility
  • Whites have a yellowish tinge
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At a Glance

Dell consistently produces great monitors, and the U2913WM is no exception, although we don't care for the Autocolor feature that "optimizes" the display for the currently active application.

Price when rated: $600

Pros

  • Excellent off-axis viewing
  • Very flexible stand
  • Overall very good image quality

Cons

  • No audio speakers
  • Autocolor feature has its quirks
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At a Glance

This is one of the best ultrawide displays we've tested, but it's also one of the most expensive.

Price when rated: $699

Pros

  • IPS panel delivers great off-axis viewing
  • Very good height-adjustable, pivoting stand
  • Pivots
  • Very good overall image quality

Cons

  • Mediocre integrated speakers
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At a Glance

LG's 29EA93P is stylish and it's equipped with pretty good speakers (for a monitor, that is).

Pros

  • Built-in USB 3.0 hub
  • Very good off-axis viewing

Cons

  • Limited ergonomic flexibility
LG Electronics 29EA93-P
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