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LG releases 29-inch ultra widescreen IPS monitor, sports 21:9 aspect ratio

LG releases their EA93 ultra widescreen display, sports 29:1 aspect ratio

| Displays & Projectors News | Posted: Nov 9, 2012 6:34 am

If you've been waiting for a new monitor and would like something with an ultra widescreen, well, LG's latest product just might suit your needs. The Korean company have just released their new EA93 ultra widescreen monitor.

 

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The LG EA93 monitor sports a 29-inch IPS panel, with a cinema-inspired 21:9 aspect ratio backed up by a 2560x1080 resolution. LG have included dual 7-watt speakers all while keeping that ultra-slim bezel.

 

Connectivity wise, we have a DVI-D dual port, two HDMI ports, three USB 3.0 ports, a DisplayPort and audio in/headphone out jacks. One of the included HDMI ports is MHL compatible so that you can hook up supported mobile devices, such as tablets and smartphones. LG includes some software that is capable of splitting the screen into four separate quadrants, if that's something you're after.

 

This feature would make it great for video surveillance operations, or stock traders. LG push that the new EA93 is an IPS panel, which will provide an excellent quality image. The monitor ships right now in Korea and will be available to the rest of the world later in the year and currently sells for 690,000 won or around $633.

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