34'' Class 21:9 UltraWide? 5K2K Nano IPS LED Monitor with HDR 600 (34'' Diagonal)

  • 34" UltraWide? Nano IPS Display
  • 5K2K WUHD (5120 x 2160) Resolution
  • Thunderbolt? 3
  • DCI-P3 98%
  • HDR Support
  • 4-Side Virtually Borderless Design
  • Usually ships within 2 business days*
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34" Class 21:9 UltraWide? 5K2K Nano IPS LED Monitor with HDR 600 (34" Diagonal)
$ 1,499.99
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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
    450 (Typ), 360 (min) cd/m2
  • Color Gamut
    DCI-P3 98% (Typ)
    Response Time
  • Contrast Ratio (DFC)
    1200:1 (Typ)
    Viewing Angle
    178/178 (CR≥10)


  • Headphone Out
    Display Port
  • 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 3
  • HDMI
    Yes x 2


  • DC Off
    Built-in Power
  • Normal On (EPA)
    Normal On (factory out condition Typ.)
  • Output


  • Smart Energy Saving
    Key Lock
  • DDC/CI
    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
  • Factory Calibration
    Automatic Standby
  • Reader Mode
    Six Axis Control
  • DAS Mode
    Auto Brightness
  • Response Time Control
    On Screen Control
  • My Display Preset (in OSC)
    Dual EDID (H/W)
  • Ratio
    Full Wide, Original, Cinema1, Cinema2, Just scan
    Local Dimming
  • H/W Calibration Ready (True Color Pro)
    Screen split2.0 (in OSC)
  • 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
  • Height (mm)


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


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


  • Limited Warranty
    1 Year Parts & Labor

What people are saying

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Make it in Black Please make this in black, and I would consider purchasing it.
Date published: 2020-03-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not working great on Macbook Pro 2018 (15") I have this monitor for a while now. I'm quite happy that I can use sometimes the full-resolution with USB-C. But many times I get a lower resolution at 3440px, instead of 5K. So every morning I need to switch the monitor multiple times on and off, till the 5K resolution is accepted. Another thing which is very annoying, is that in standby mode, the screen is going to say that he is in standby modes. The monitor is in my bedroom and if he blink every night up with this message, well.. you get the point. Last one, the auto brightness, well, it's just turning the whole time the contrast or it's full contrast of very dimmed, while the lights in the room are the same. I hope LG can fix this issue to update the driver or firmware.
Date published: 2020-03-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice monitor. MacBook integration very poor. Bought to use with new 16in Macbook pro (Catalina) - with lid shut. Macbook regularly fades irretrievably to black and has to be restarted. Today it shut down completely and on restart I had to unplug and reconnect the LG to get it to work. This sloppy work on LG's part is in excusable I filed a request for help online but all I got back was a boilerplate email. They asked me for a contact number and I replied with same but email sent was rteiurned udeliverable I had registered the product with them and has owned it just few weeks! Even signed up for premuim care plan! They should have known my number! Mac users should not buy this.
Date published: 2020-02-14
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I just got this display and it says to use only the cables that came with it to avoid issues, but the DP cable included is way too short for me to be able to use with my setup. My old DP cable is working fine with it so, do I need to worry about anything?

Asked by: gfxman
The caution to only use the cables that come as included accessories with the LG 34'' Class 21:9 UltraWide® 5K2K Nano IPS LED Monitor with HDR 600 (34'' Diagonal), Model # 34WK95U-W is to ensure that you have cables that work with the monitor so if your old DP cable works with the monitor then there is nothing to worry about...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2020-02-18

is this monitor compatible with a 2016 mac book pro 13in touch-bar ??

Asked by: litboy
The LG 34'' Class 21:9 UltraWide® 5K2K Nano IPS LED Monitor with HDR 600 (34'' Diagonal), Model # 34WK95U-W features both DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI inputs, but this monitor was designed with Thunderbolt 3 connectivity in mind. As such, you’ll want to take advantage of the simple connectivity afforded by modern Macs with Thunderbolt 3 in tow. It will work with the 2016 MacBook Pro, 2017 MacBook Pro, 2017 5K iMac, 2017 iMac Pro, 2018 MacBook Pro, 2018 MacBook Air, and the 2018 Mac mini. For laptops like the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air, the display’s power delivery via the Thunderbolt 3 cable is another advantage to consider. It provides up to 85 watts of power, enough to recharge a 15-inch specced-out MacBook Pro at full speed. IT will work with other computers and you can still leverage the DisplayPort or HDMI inputs for devices lacking Thunderbolt 3 ports...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2020-01-14

Is this display "Flicker Safe"?  Also some retailers state that the downstream USB ports are 3.1.  Here it says 3.0.  Which one is it? BTW Yes, this monitor works at full resolution with MB Pro 2019, it might not be straight forward but it certainly does

Asked by: Sergei1111111
The LG 34'' Class 21:9 UltraWide® 5K2K Nano IPS LED Monitor with HDR 600 (34'' Diagonal), Model # 34WK95U-W is flicker-free only when the backlight is set at 100. The USB Downstream ports are USB 3.0 ports as listed in our specifications...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2020-01-10

Does this monitor work with Apple’s 2018 12-inch iPad Pro? Thanks for any direction...

Asked by: bruce354
No, this monitor is designed to be connected to a laptop or desktop computer. It cannot be connected to a tablet.
Answered by: ChrisPSM
Date published: 2020-02-04

what is the width of the stand itself?  I want to get a desk organizer with a monitor shelf and I need the shelf wide enough for the monitors stand. 

Asked by: gerard143
The stand of the 34'' Class 21:9 UltraWide® 5K2K Nano IPS LED Monitor with HDR 600 (34'' Diagonal), Model # 34WK95U-W has a width of 17.6" and a depth of 9.2"...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2019-12-05

Hey I have the 23inch 4k monitor for the Mac. I want to register it, but can't find the serial number on the product. Where is it hiding?

Asked by: SP V
The serial number is located on the back of the monitor with the model information. If you need further assistance, you can contact our Customer Support by any of the below options: Phone: 1-800-243-0000 LiveChat: http://www.newsusjournal.com/us/support/chatbot Email: http://www.newsusjournal.com/us/support/email-appointment Facebook Messenger: https://www.facebook.com/LGUSA/ Twitter: @LGUSSupport The LG Community Forum is also a great resource for getting help from other LG customers: https://lgcommunity.us.com/
Answered by: ChrisPSM
Date published: 2019-10-09

How much does it cost

Asked by: Mymonitor
The Suggested Price that is shown on the product page on our site for the LG 34'' Class 21:9 UltraWide® 5K2K Nano IPS LED Monitor with HDR 600 (34'' Diagonal), Model # 34WK95U-W is $1,499.99, however, retailers do not always seel at the suggested price so you can click on the "Where to Buy" tab on the product page to find local retailers in your area or online sites that sell the monitor to see their pricing...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2019-09-06

The monitor when connected to MacBook Pro, is scaled to 3440 x 1440. MacBook pro does not drive full 5k 2k native resolution on this monitor. Is this issue with MacBook Pro or with the monitor. I'm using the beta macOS Catalina to see if it can support th

Asked by: Sathiesh
On macOS Catalina it gets even worse. The 5K resolution is unavailable at all (with using the option key for sure). The monitor stops working after MacBook goes sleep. The workaround is shutting the monitor and mac book down, then turning the macbook on and after full laptop's booting, turning the monitor on. With 4K resolution everything looks blurry. If unplug the monitor (USB C) macOs starts glitching and it reboots sometimes. On Mojave it worked better, 5K was available for me and simple rebooting helped the monitor to find the signal. Unfortunately, I cannot rollback.
Answered by: Probos
Date published: 2019-11-29
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