LG to Samsung: Your Move - LG CES 2019

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Comments • 1 881

  • Nathan Gutierrez

    Between the new Samsung 27" quantum dot and this LG 38" 1ms which nice and use to it from my Dell 27". Always enjoy your talk Linus and the team too funny dudes.

  • oclicks arome
    oclicks arome 14 days ago

    Samsung CRG9

  • edgar guero
    edgar guero 20 days ago +3

    LG 49WL95C: your move Samsung
    Samsung C49RG9: hold my beer...

  • Simon Ocean
    Simon Ocean Month ago

    LG to Samsung: Your move. Samsung to LG: Okay doofus... take this... C49RG90.

  • Ryan C
    Ryan C Month ago

    Samsung's reply "C49RG9" - 49" 1440p 120Hz

  • HBO 1
    HBO 1 Month ago

    its tiny when you think about it. it may be super stretch 2 times monitors into one. But the fact they are actually a 27inch sizes screen. If your used to the 32inch monitors.. why would one wants to downgrade it. Isnt there a samsung super stretch screen 2 x monitor into one that are 32inch sizes screens ? Instead of a small 27inch.

  • Mario DeLaurie
    Mario DeLaurie 2 months ago +6

    Then the Samsung CRG9 comes along...

  • Mart Hint
    Mart Hint 2 months ago +1

    the ultrawide is an iMac by LG

  • Zack Vogel
    Zack Vogel 2 months ago

    38GL950G-B --> Best monitor you can buy (well buy soon)

  • Patrik Johansson
    Patrik Johansson 2 months ago

    The 34GK950X does not have 1600 vertical resolution but 1440.

  • gtMasterdev
    gtMasterdev 2 months ago

    I was looking for a monitor... at the beginning 21:9. Now I'm taken by 32:9! You can size it down to any size you want.
    @Linus ask them to make 32:9 in 7680 x 2160 at 120Hz, 1ms, 10-bit, 1000 nit, 250ppi, 100% DCI-P3.
    Linus, I like your tech crazyness! :D
    This is so freakin' exciting! Linus around the cutting edge monitors again.

  • TheDkjolle
    TheDkjolle 3 months ago

    Says the UltraGear isn't coming soon, listed as 'COMING SOON' on LG's own website. I want that monitor badly.

  • Sir Jon Smith III
    Sir Jon Smith III 3 months ago

    Horrible preview. Not to mention no HDR specs. It would be rather silly to get any new monitor without decent HDR.

  • Black Rosé
    Black Rosé 3 months ago

    I keep watching this video waiting for the monitor to come on sale lol

  • Jochem Bonarius
    Jochem Bonarius 3 months ago

    I tried 49" and found it too wide. 38" is so much better.

  • Aaron Chambers
    Aaron Chambers 4 months ago

    Does anyone know what is 38" Ultra Wide monitor on linus desk?? Thanks

  • iannickCZ
    iannickCZ 4 months ago

    Noodles, noodles everywhere....mobiles, monitors. I am not keen on this way where it goes.

  • John Davis
    John Davis 4 months ago

    Great now give us that 38" with freesync2

  • Lexter Is Here
    Lexter Is Here 4 months ago

    Samsung made their move real fast

  • Da4k Fo7est
    Da4k Fo7est 4 months ago

    That monitor with computer in it. I could see it being used by streamers for quility screen cap and audio cap and another computer being used to drive the game i know it sounds weird to do it this way and a bit of a bitch tp set up but its a pretty good idea

  • Dungeons Heroes
    Dungeons Heroes 4 months ago

    the all in one would be nice for hotels or info desks or stuff like that were they use only Word applications or Siebel

  • ryan barone
    ryan barone 4 months ago


  • WellBeSerious12
    WellBeSerious12 4 months ago


  • Joshua Horton
    Joshua Horton 4 months ago

    I have always hated all in ones. Overpriced and underspeced. They may be good for an average consumer with extra money but not for anything else.

  • Zak Srdanovich
    Zak Srdanovich 4 months ago

    if they do 2160 ...

  • Zak Srdanovich
    Zak Srdanovich 4 months ago


  • The Dream Traveler
    The Dream Traveler 4 months ago

    Almost no games support 32:9 so don't buy it specifically for that...

  • Patrick Carlson
    Patrick Carlson 4 months ago

    too be honest living with a 21:9 34 inch is an amazing experience. I like my monitors the way I like my women WIDE AF

    • Patrick Carlson
      Patrick Carlson 4 months ago

      and I got it a few years ago for less than 400 bucks, With 75 hz and adaptive sync it gets the job done

  • Vargi
    Vargi 4 months ago

    when the screen is longer than your desk...

    GODLIKE99KINGZ 4 months ago

    LG is behind Samsung 1 year again already cos Samsung releasing CRG9 49 inch 5K with 120Hz Freesync2

  • Grimester
    Grimester 4 months ago

    linus about the monitor.it's because they can
    and what's that laptop at the end ?

  • Premier Prep
    Premier Prep 4 months ago

    I'd love to slap a Linux distro on that last one for an AWESOME all-in-one!

  • Ez_Bee
    Ez_Bee 4 months ago

    3:22 Was $3,813.99 (SAVE $2029.00)
    $1,784.99 i found this pricing when googling the name. how can this already be 2k of its price when they just released it? and its so much cheaper to build an itx ryzen 3 system and pair it with a monitor

  • Pabula
    Pabula 4 months ago

    ='( LG shows the best monitor of this year.... and no pricing, no eta.... comon, i need it asap.

  • Jeremy Thompson
    Jeremy Thompson 4 months ago

    In ten years, they will make a monitor so wide that you can see the edges of other dimensions.

  • Beerenmüsli
    Beerenmüsli 4 months ago

    Awesome Video!!!!

  • Ferdinand Paul
    Ferdinand Paul 4 months ago

    1:24 dude as if I would ever set the FPS target above 30fps...

  • lurts
    lurts 4 months ago

    I still like it how the hammer in the dbrand ad flips the mute switch on the phone. It really shows that you weren't joking with the hammer!

  • wisico640
    wisico640 4 months ago

    These are all tempting! 😂

  • The EYE
    The EYE 4 months ago

    Oh yeah yeah

  • raphael schinköth
    raphael schinköth 5 months ago

    the thin client could be used as an access device to the amazon cloud for example.

  • Xander Vice
    Xander Vice 5 months ago

    When will we start to see 18:9 displays? With the more recent cinematic move to 18:9 and with the ratio being a good compromise between 16:9 and 21:9, I'd like to see 18:9 monitors and tvs.
    And with 18:9, I'd like to see a 36:9, that way 18:9 content shows up better when splitting windows.

  • lolatron
    lolatron 5 months ago

    I saw one of these wide screen monitors in person
    also when are they going to make 360 degree monitors

  • Elio L.
    Elio L. 5 months ago

    that last frame just loled

  • RemizZ
    RemizZ 5 months ago

    Honestly? A monitor with a decent PC in it would be amazing for our marketing department that really need nothing more. Until now, the only thing available would be an iMac at a gajillion bucks or the Surface Pro, both not intended for simple office work. Having a thin client right there in your monitor would be amazing.

  • Ruben Hansen
    Ruben Hansen 5 months ago

    4:17 i think this was a nice change, obviously the monitor division knows what a great monitor is by the looks of it. When I see the system division create an all in one PC monitor it usually look really goofy IMO. That LG monitor is attractive, even though it might be sort of low spec.

  • keshlalish
    keshlalish 5 months ago

    how many ms on that 38 inch ?

  • Poverty Gamer
    Poverty Gamer 5 months ago

    LG has come a long way from what they used to be..the god awful Goldstar. Some of the shittiest electronics i've ever encountered

  • redfox435cat
    redfox435cat 5 months ago

    In business environments where you're deriving most of your computing power from the server, this hmi type computer makes a lot of sense. Hospitals, dental offices, data entry, e-mail stations. none of these need powerful dedicated equipment, just a damn good monitor and a gigabit connection to the server.

  • Robinson Joe
    Robinson Joe 5 months ago

    The monitor with a computer attached is a game changer for office desks and front counters. Much nicer cleaner unit with lots of productivity space for your secretary. I can see lots of places like doctors/dentist offices, legal secretaries, corporate front desks etc buying these.

  • Brutali Core
    Brutali Core 5 months ago

    It's a monitoputer!

  • Sina Madani
    Sina Madani 5 months ago

    Stupid aspect ratio. Completely pointless. I'd take 4:3 over this anyday.

  • josh golebie
    josh golebie 5 months ago

    I bet tyran will have 4 of these at his desk soon

  • Irfan Shaikh
    Irfan Shaikh 5 months ago

    Why would you need such a wide monitor, it makes sense to buy 2 4k monitors and put them side by side...

  • Daryl Lonigan
    Daryl Lonigan 5 months ago

    Let me know when there's a 1440p 144hz 49". I don't give a fuck who makes it, but I'll buy it.

  • Norbert Salamon
    Norbert Salamon 5 months ago

    That last monitor thou 😂😂😂 "So it's like I don't know. Let me know in the comments below. What is this?! And why does this exist?" 🤣🤣

  • JesseArt
    JesseArt 5 months ago

    I've been waiting for that 38" 3840x1600 144Hz IPS display for what seems like ages! I would also take a 40" 4K 120Hz+ IPS/VA/OLED display as well. G-Sync is cool and all, but I'm not willing to pay Nvidia's bullshit G-Sync tax despite owning only Nvidia GPUs for the past 5+ years. That ship has already sailed. Just build a cheaper version with Freesync 2 support, and I'm in.

  • Crypto Playhouse
    Crypto Playhouse 5 months ago

    I doubt this will be seen, but just a heads up on the "business" display with the PC: those are actually pretty common set ups for traders and financial analysts. Bloomberg terminal and a few other platforms are used in set ups like this in order to provide a standalone, dedicated environment for security and removing overhead. Had the pleasure of using a similar system rigged up with the Blockchain terminal trading system. Obviously a bit limited, but as a fan of special application operating systems it was super cool to see what they can do in such a simple package.

  • Psycho Naut
    Psycho Naut 5 months ago

    for that last monitor it would be perfect for user terminals. i work in heavy duty truck repair at a dealership that is over 10,000 employees total most people i found only need screen real-estate for multiple web based applications simultaneously. the programs do not require much horse power and over 60% of computer users are using dual 24 inch 1080p displays and we are deploying more extra monitors than ever. when you combined the computer to the monitor and made it large enough to have same space as 2 1080p screens. you have just replaced a nuc and 1 monitors and all the cables that run to the nuc. eliminating points of failure. this sounds awesome if the price is similar at the next replacement interval.

  • Jacques B
    Jacques B 5 months ago

    dbrand….linus proof!

  • u.c.m. Rich
    u.c.m. Rich 5 months ago

    It's for customer service and call centers. it's fantastic for that job! :-D

  • Brentar Murderfloof
    Brentar Murderfloof 5 months ago +1

    Jesus Fucking Christ you gave me a heart attack at the end when you ACTUALLY SMASHED THE PHONE WTF!!

  • Wozzupp
    Wozzupp 5 months ago

    1:19 It's not a shortened 5K monitor - the resolution has less pixels than 4K. It's 5120 x 1440, 4k is 3840 x 2160. C'mon Linus, do the math.

    • Goku Godly
      Goku Godly Month ago

      5K is 5120x 2880 iMac 27inch 5K you get ppi 218 the pixels is super really small on 5k with 27inch

  • Emre Şekeroğlu
    Emre Şekeroğlu 5 months ago

    I'd love to have a mini quiet computer like raspi built into my monitor to handle my downloads and stuff. Cos my other rig is kinda power hungry and leaving it overnight disturbs me and my bills. I'd very much like to have that "monitor" for that

  • vexboy
    vexboy 5 months ago

    I mean what is the point of disliking a video if it does nothing

  • Alexx H
    Alexx H 5 months ago

    I'll tell you what the all in one at the end is, it's a thin client. the wallpaper even said "cloud device." and the demo showed it running a VMware virtual machine. so it's basically a monitor with built in thin client which will likely be a push to move ultrawide into the enterprise space for "easier" deployment. lol

  • LokiDaFerret
    LokiDaFerret 5 months ago

    Combining displays with actual computer hardware is totally retarded. LG must have hired someone retards from Apple. 😁

  • mjc0961
    mjc0961 5 months ago

    32:9 aint it, LG.
    Neither is 18:9. Go back to 16:9, LTT.

  • NRG
    NRG 5 months ago

    csgo 4:3 stretched...

  • King DarkSide
    King DarkSide 5 months ago

    That last monitor is meant to be a basic stream machine! I bet it does picture in picture really well, and changes between inputs butter smooth!

  • David Jelonek
    David Jelonek 5 months ago

    Watching this as I'm boxing u an LG monitor for return.... Got it 3 days after Christmas and dead already. Innovation is nice, LONGEVITY is better.

  • marcusdumitru
    marcusdumitru 5 months ago

    That all in one at 4:20 is for front desk in ... Art galleries?

  • MrTingles
    MrTingles 5 months ago

    that display with a rudimentary PC in it would probably be good for office PCs. for office work at start ups and other small companies maybe?

  • Tech With Sean
    Tech With Sean 5 months ago

    Real g-sync is still best

  • Aspen Watson
    Aspen Watson 5 months ago

    It's a thin client. So it's literally just a nice display with a simple computer slapped on the back that's really only made for connecting to a virtual machine. They're great for schools since all of the computer hardware is just a server somewhere with a bunch of virtual machines which helps keep things easy to maintain and simple to set up. They can also be used in the workplace, especially if you have an office without dedicated desks (think call centers and stuff like that) - thin clients enable people to access their own virtual desktop no matter what client they use to access it.

  • BC P
    BC P 5 months ago

    No one gives a shit about gsnyc anymore. Nvidia is supporting freesync now. Lol. No point in wasting $200 on the same panel.

    STILL NOT CLICKED 5 months ago +1

    Why do his hands have a trail effect ?
    Does someone at LTT work for marvel?
    So many questions ?
    No good answers but what is not to be questioned is
    Dbrand skins
    check the link in the description

  • LightBringer81
    LightBringer81 5 months ago

    Funny... Linus doesn't recognise a thin client display. :D

  • walter caorle
    walter caorle 5 months ago

    and to think that there are still video games that do not support ultrawide natively

  • Nouri Shaaya
    Nouri Shaaya 5 months ago

    4:29 its a macbook

  • Cesar Osorio
    Cesar Osorio 5 months ago

    Want to see more of the last screen computer thing

  • Rannon
    Rannon 5 months ago

    On the Grams ratio. I'd love to see more (or any) new 16:10 monitors!

  • rekareaper
    rekareaper 5 months ago +12

    Samsung had already announced a 5120x1440p HDR10 120Hz Freesync monitor when you uploaded this lol.

    • Harpoon_Bakery
      Harpoon_Bakery Month ago

      REKAREAPERDUDE ----- >> yep, you are spot on dude. do you know of any additional LG 39" inch monitors that either LG or other MFGs have announced. i don't want 4K

  • P Wettergreen
    P Wettergreen 5 months ago

    Security office. LOL

  • Prosanta Bhowmik
    Prosanta Bhowmik 5 months ago

    I dont know
    Let me know in the comments below,yay
    What is this thing
    Why do you think this exists,yay
    Linus deserves a ft in eminems

  • HazewinDog
    HazewinDog 5 months ago

    if LG didn't also make computers, I would be more inclined to share your curiosity over the "display builder slapping a PC on" thing

  • vaudevillian vicarious
    vaudevillian vicarious 5 months ago

    I want that utlra wide with freesync

  • Mark Newcombe
    Mark Newcombe 5 months ago

    That weird monitor with the pc on back would make a very cool top monitor running 2nd steam account on a simulator so you or anyone watching you drive could get a vid playback stream not just the seat view on the trips its also good for running seperate dash display type stuff on that 4th top monitor and not sucking any resources from the game rig. Probably not the cheapest option but would be pretty dam cool.

  • Boiled Octopus
    Boiled Octopus 5 months ago

    Samsung's move: thexvid.com/video/SGeNU_ayQ78/video.html&ab_channel=BBCNews

  • BigKrizzah
    BigKrizzah 5 months ago

    That last one looks like it's geared toward the kind of lobby advertising display purpose. Slap it on a wall with presentations and widgets and stuff. Could also be a decent meeting room PC

  • Steve C
    Steve C 5 months ago

    4:20 just a fat thin client

  • Aka Home Acc
    Aka Home Acc 5 months ago +2

    Samsung to LG: Your Move

  • Pay The BOSS
    Pay The BOSS 5 months ago +1

    Samsung CRG9 Video???

  • steven pooley
    steven pooley 5 months ago

    imagine three of these stacked ontop of each other

  • Sharky Sharklops
    Sharky Sharklops 5 months ago

    God damn do I ever hate rear "ambient" lighting on TVs and monitors

  • shred1894
    shred1894 5 months ago

    It exists because AIO thinclients.

  • Nick Narcowich
    Nick Narcowich 5 months ago

    If it is not on your phone, you should not be recommending it.

  • The 3rd Tausk
    The 3rd Tausk 5 months ago

    That last device (The screen with the built-in pc) would be perfect for my music studio. damn.

  • tunespt
    tunespt 5 months ago

    Linux, that type of monitor with that power builtin, is more than enough to decluter a creative company division, specially final composing, where pens and touchscreens are useless, decluter anywhere where office desktops are used. It's simply awesome as I sell and maintain hundreds of desktops. My stock exchange agent will love this one.

  • James Mastroianni
    James Mastroianni 5 months ago

    When it comes to that 38CK950N, that would be a huge seller in office spaces that require lots of screen real estate but don't wanna get too involved in the tech. For example I could see row after row of customer service stations with these on their desk. It's an ultrawide high res panel, which makes the multiple windows they will need to have open easy to use, and the all in one nature will be super clean and easy to manage for the desk space, so it is less wires being run, which is always a good thing. Also being a Ryzen APU is a good thing because AMD, so glad to see an OEM (LG) actually decided to go not Intel in an "all in one" for a change.