If you want all the edge you can get while gaming, ultra-wide monitors that let you see more could be just the thing.

LG’s latest 2019 monitors are designed for a variety of use, such as creative work or viewing huge spreadsheets. While LG’s range does include more affordable options, here are the top three displays for those who have the cash to burn.

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LG 34WK95U

Retailing at a whopping S$2,399 (US$1,760), this 34-inch wide-angle display features a 5K resolution (5,120 x 2,160 pixels) Nano IPS panel, HDR10 and VESA DisplayHDR 600 and built-in speakers to boot. It has a response time of 5ms, which is not the fastest, but you’ll be able to game in gorgeous colors and sharpness. Skyrim (with the Ultra HD textures) will probably never look the same again.

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LG 49WL95C

This massive ultra-wide 49-inch display is so wide, it’s basically two monitors in one, but fret not, it curves, making it easy to see all the action on screen. Specs wise, it has a 5,120 x 1,440 pixels resolution, which means you could technically play more than one game at a time if your PC is up to the task.

Other features include a 5ms response time, two HDMI ports, one DisplayPort, and 10W speakers. Pricing has not yet been revealed, but it’s slated to go on sale in August. Just make sure you have a big table ready.

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LG UL950

Last but not least, is the 32-inch Nano IPS monitor with 4K resolution (3,840 x 2,160 pixels). It comes with HDR10, VESA DisplayHDR 600 and a 5ms response time. It will also support AMD’s Freesync, which helps reduce (or remove) screen tearing and stuttering.

The UL950 is available now, but will set you back a hefty S$2,099 (US$1,540).