IFA is the European equivalent of CES and at this moment most tech company’s are congregating in Berlin for the 2019 edition showcasing their mid-year releases to customers. With gaming encompassing every IT vendors booth, the billion dollar industry is the theme for this years exhibition and the hardware galore is endless.
All PC makers are rolling out some sort of hardware to ride on the growing trend of gaming this year, Lenovo the second largest PC vendor in the world and a regular at IFA, has released a range of notebooks, desktops and monitors to stay competitive in the extremely crowded market. Setting itself apart from the vanilla releases, the PC maker released is a whole new gaming monitor, the Lenovo G34w that wraps your gaming experience around your peripheral vision with mind boggling feat. With 1500R curvature the 34 inch monitor offers is incredible it has an ultra-wide 21:9 aspect ratio with a panoramic Wide Quad High Definition (WQHD) display giving that all inclusive immersive feel.
Set to be released in February 2020, Lenovo G34w gaming monitor is betting on the demands of gamers looking for deeper engagement with their favourite games and unique qualities their hardware can offer. Curved screens were popular a few years back with Samsung starting the trend with TV displays, but the price was too high and gaming monitors that ensued also suffered from price. However Lenovo is looking to kick start the trend with cheaper models, with the Lenovo G34w priced at Euro599 or RM2700 approx.