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When looking to make the plunge into an giant, professional-grade monitor, like the Dell UltraSharp U3818DW, it’s important to look at its main competitor: the LG 38UC99-W UltraWide Monitor. LG has sat alone at the massive monitor table for the last year, until now.
The Dell UltraSharp is the same size as LG’s 38″ curved monitor, and boasts a much more modest price of $1,169 (on Dell’s website), compared to LG’s UltraWide price of $1,700. For the most part, you’re given pretty much the same image quality, with a more button-downed look. Dell’s UltraSharp monitor isn’t as flashy as the LG, but it still has VESA mount capability, great menu accessibility, and can be adjusted fairly easy (although it can be a little annoying to try and access the ports at times).
When comparing these two behemoth monitors, we keep on coming back to the price, which is pretty substantial. With almost identical image quality, if you do find yourself decided between the Dell UltraSharp and the LG UltraWide, we would suggest you go with the Dell.
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