LG 43MU79-B - LED monitor - 4K - 43"

Mfg.Part: 43MU79-B | CDW Part: 4598383 | UNSPSC: 43211902
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Product Details
  • LED monitor
  • 43" (42.51" viewable)
  • 3840 x 2160 4K
  • IPS
  • 350 cd/m²
  • 1000:1
  • 8 ms
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Main Features
  • LED monitor
  • 43" (42.51" viewable)
  • 3840 x 2160 4K
  • IPS
  • 350 cd/m²
  • 1000:1
  • 8 ms
  • 4xHDMI
  • DisplayPort
  • USB-C
  • speakers
  • matte black
The large 4K screen allows users to have multiple windows and applications open at the same time and provides segmentation of the screen into up to 4 distinct sections, giving the appearance and functionality of 4 independent screens. You can watch movies, play games or multi-task on the large screen without compromising the clarity and readability of each window.

LG 43MU79-B - LED monitor - 4K - 43" is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome replacement for dual monitor set-up I wanted a better way to have multiple screens and this is a great solution. I can have up to 4 screens going configured multiple ways (PIP or PBP in several configurations). I'm looking at buying another for the office.
Date published: 2017-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's like having 4 1080p monitors without the bezels... It was a sad day when they stopped making aperture grill CRTs. Because equivalent resolution flat panel displays cost more than a decent car. Accounting for inflation and chiropractor co-pays this display cost the same as my last CRT and gets 66% more vertical real-estate. And I'll save a bundle on chiropractor co-pays when I have to move it.Linux was able to use it at full resolution immediately after unplugging the old monitors and plugging in this beast.Downside... the cats can't sleep on it and say hi while I'm using it.Upside... no crazy arcing when cat fur provides a better conductor.
Date published: 2017-12-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So Far So Good - I Really like the LG 43MU79-B 30-year computer user with multi-monitor rigs for last 10 years. Driving the LG 43 with an nVidia 510 2GB 4-monitor display card in a Dell Precision T3610 workstation. Using the LG 43 as a single-source viewport at 2560x1440, replacing two 27" monitors. Primary apps are video and photo editing, cinema, Word, Excel, PS, PPT and email. Not using the LG multi-source/multi-screen software, instead dragging apps to actual position needed. Not using for sophisticated gaming.PROS: 1. Sharp, bright, consistent color, edge-to-edge.2. Picture Mode settings are wonderful - can quickly change to suit the application in use. Great for text, movies and video editing. No eye fatigue when using for 10+ hours per day.3. Viewing the full screen at 2560 provides desired text and image legibility from normal 36" distance. (For me, 3840 res is too small for text work but fine for selected visuals.)4. Virtually no heat output from the unit - a very nice change from previous monitors.5. Rapid delivery, no damage. Setup is idiot-proof, took less than ten minutes.6. Excellent cost-benefit value. Would purchase again and recommend to others.CONS:(Inconveniences, not deal breakers. Minus 1 star for Ease of Use)1. LG IR codes are the same as Visio. Have a Visio TV 15' away in my office and both remotes turn both devices on/off -- driving me crazy. I do not use the LG audio at all, for the same reason.2. Have to move the sound bar in front of monitor to reach LG external controls, PITA.3. Wish config tools would allow for 3 viewports - 1 portrait and 2 stacked landscape. Maybe there is a custom mode I haven't found yet.
Date published: 2017-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great 4k monitor This is my second 43" 4k monitor. My other one is from a Korean remanufacturer which is definitely not as crisp as the LG. The LG is very sharp and not overwhelmingly bright on stock settings. Very good as far as reflected glare too. There is a bit of visible depth around edges (looks almost like the screen is set back and there is a layer of glass in front), but quickly forgotten. No visible color shift from normal viewing angles.
Date published: 2017-11-15
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