HUAWEI MateView GT 34'' Ultrawide Curved Gaming Monitor, 165Hz, 21:9 WQHD 3440 x 1440, 3K+, 1500R, Cinema-Level P3 Colour, 1.07 Billion Colours, HDR, TÜV Rheinland, 5-Way Joystick, HDMI, DP, Black
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Most displays have the ability to be tilted forward and backward as to provide a more comfortable viewing position for the user. Huawei makes every effort at the time of publication to ensure the accuracy of product information it provides. Given all it offers, the Huawei MateView GT is a compelling creation from one of the world’s leading manufacturers (if not one that always gets a lot of play or respect in the West), and aims to please everyone on one level or another. The soundbar is, unsurprisingly, a huge step up from typical integrated monitor speakers, offering a lot more volume and vibrant presence that can, if not bust the walls of a standard-size room, at least meet them head-on. Product pictures, videos and display contents on the foregoing pages are provided for reference only.The rear of the monitor is even less flashy, with none of the intricately molded sci-fi patterns or throbbing LED slashes you see on something like the Gigabyte Aorus FI32U. The most widely used panels are those with 6, 8, and 10 bits for each of the RGB components of the pixel.
YouTube videos and movies played via streaming services were similarly fine, but remember that the wide, 21:9 aspect ratio means they will rarely (if ever) fill the MateView GT’s screen. OK, it lacks really cutting-edge features like full-array local dimming, and the HDR performance is limited. In displays, which have a native resolution (the TFT ones, for example), the pixel pitch depends on the resolution and the size of the screen.As for the stand itself, like the screen, it’s a non-nonsense affair, all black metal and plastic, supporting the screen and housing the soundbar while imparting no wow of its own. The default settings for each mode matched the needs of the content well in every genre, and thanks to that high refresh rate and support for AMD FreeSync Premium, action was smooth and ghost-free in a diverse lineup of games ranging from simulation (Microsoft Flight Simulator), strategy (Sid Meier’s Civilization VI), and racing (DiRT 5) to shooters of both the third- and first-person variety (Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Far Cry 6, respectively). On the other hand, DiRT 5 and Flight Simulator played superbly and at a higher level of immersion than 16:9 can offer. The 34-inch ultra-wide 21:9 screen truly fills your vision, as the 1500R super-curved design brings you into a new world of immersive viewing.
There are several actions that could trigger this block including submitting a certain word or phrase, a SQL command or malformed data. In most cases, just selecting the menu will display the choices within it, which greatly simplifies the process of finding the setting you’re looking for. Actual performance may vary owing to differences in individual product configuration, software versions, application conditions, and environmental factors. With a blue background, bold white lettering, and a satisfyingly low amount of default transparency, the MateView GT’s OSD is easy to look at; the joystick also makes it easy to navigate.
But niggles like poor sound quality, mediocre pixel response and limited USB-C charging power prevent it from being an absolute smash hit.
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It was most obvious with Civilization VI (where content on the sides is essential to gameplay) and was a lesser but still notable problem with Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Black-and-white monitors have not been a serious thing for decades, and I don’t feel any pressing need for a resurgence. But I found that the drained-out, unrealistic, and anti-artistic colors of Dota 2 pulled me out of that game rather than drawing me in, and the less said the better about how they looked in other Windows applications. Our other top picks for ultrawide monitors, the 38-inch LG 38GL950G and the Samsung Odyssey G9, are roughly on par with the MateView GT in terms of sRGB color gamut coverage; the LG does a bit more (148.