Ahead of the IFA, LG are out of the gate showing off two new IPS-based monitors. The first of which is the EA93, which is a 29-inch, 21:9 radio, ultrawidescreen monitor, with a resolution of 2560x1080. It features a thin bezel that is designed to immerse the viewer in the content.
LG's EA93 is capable of 4-way split screen and has a multitude of connections with dual-link DVI, DisplayPort, as well as HDMI with MHL support. LG also unveiled the 27-inch EA83, which features a 2560x1440 WQHD resolution which features 99% Adobe RGB accuracy.
At the moment, LG haven't unveiled the pricing of these two screens, but we should hopefully hear more at IFA next week. You can expect the monitors to begin shipping this November in Korea, and shortly afterwards across the pond.