The 34GK950G has been discussed throughout the 32GK850G thread, but I thought it was time for a dedicated thread! Specs that we know: 34" Ultrawide Curved Nano-IPS 3440x1440 G-Sync (module overclocked to 120Hz) 120Hz (144Hz LM340UW5 panel limited by DP1.2 and G-Sync module) Displayport 1.2 DCI-P3 98% (~135% sRGB) Expected release August Sept/Oct 2018 November 2018 Price £1099 US Product page TFT Central review (F Model) This monitor will use the same panel as used in the Dell Alienware AW3418DW, which is already on the market, but will have the added "nano-IPS" technology, which I assume is the same as the "Nano Cell" technology that some LG TVs have. It would appear that the Nano Cell gives better viewing angles and a greater DCI-P3 gamut range than normal (DCI-P3 98%, which is comparable to 135% sRGB), but the value of this in a gaming monitor is unclear since you tend to sit directly in front of the monitor and games do not use more than 100% sRGB. That said, I'm not going to knock Nano-IPS until reviews come in! Daniel, the LG rep, has indicated RRP might be £1100, but we have to wait and see. Aggressive pricing by Acer and Dell currently may be a factor in price and buyers' choice. Update (14 June) Daniel has reported that the 34GK950G (and the 34GK950F) will use the newer LM340UW5 panel (the Alienware AW3418DW and Acer X34P use the LM340UW4 panel), which is native 144Hz, but it will be limited to 120Hz due to DP1.2 bandwidth limit. This change in panel will delay launch until Sept/Oct. Update (29 Oct) - added UK price and links to reviews.