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Epic 34″ Ultra-Wide Korean Monitor | Microboard M2340CLZ

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Logan checks out the 34″ Microboard M340CLZ! Pretty flippin’ sweet monitor, if I don’t say so myself.


  • Brand: Microboard
  • Model: M340CLZ
  • Panel: Samsung LTM340YP03
  • Panel Type: Samsung VA
  • Screen Size: 34 inches
  • Resolution: 3440 x 1440
  • Inputs: DVI / HDMI 2.0 / DP 1.2
  • Viewing Angle: 178 degrees
  • Max Refresh Rate: WQHD 100Hz / WFHD 144Hz
  • FreeSync Range: 42-100Hz
  • Contrast Ratio: 3,000:1
  • Aspect Ratio: 21:9
  • Response Time:8MS (GTG) / 4MS (OD)
  • Power Consumption: 60W
  • Size (includes Stand): 814.98 x 249 x 437.36 mm
  • Weight(Packing): 10.4 kg / 22.9 pounds
  • Included Plug Type: Korea C Type – we were able to swap with our own standard cable


  • Can only tilt
  • Base is kind of a fingerprint magnet, due to its glossy finish.
  • The white back might be a turn off for some, but being you won’t be spending the majority of your time looking at it – it is really okay.
  • Getting the mount on this thing is kind of nerve racking. If you place it down on a table, we can only imagine how little pressure it’d take to crack this thing if you fell on it.
  • The price. Although cheaper than its Samsung cousin, you’re still paying $500-$700 for a display that might not even come perfectly.
  • Comes in Korean – still a pain in the ass to figure out how to change language options


  • The resolution
  • The refresh rate
  • FreeSync, if you’re an AMD user
  • We were skeptics of curved displays until we got used to it. Hutch hated how flat panel ultra wides, you kind of had to move your head a little to get to a comfortable reading position – but with the curved, it really does wonders.
  • There is hardly any glare.
  • No noticeable backlight bleed.

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