LG EA93 and EA83 IPS Monitors

LG EA93 and EA83 IPS Monitors
LG EA93 and EA83 IPS Monitors | US$tba | www.lg.com

whether you are a filmmaker, designer, or just simply one who want a true cinematic experience right on your desk, the upcoming LG EA93 and EA83 IPS Monitors would be up to the task (or tasks). the star among the two is undoubtedly the EA93 which sports a 29-inch true cinematic screen with an aspect ratio of 21:9. we recall the last time when Dutch electronics giant Philip did a ‘real cinema proportion’ TV, the reception is not as warm but the EA93 might just hit the jackpot. not only its 2,560 x 1,080 resolution allows for a real cinematic experience as far as typical movie AR is concerned, the extra-wide display comes in handy in work situations as well. it features a 4-Screen Split that divides the display into four segments, enabling a true multitasking environment. other key highlights of the EA93 include 300nits of brightness, 178-degree wide viewing angle, integrated 7W stereo speakers, Dual Link-up for hooking up with two devices simultaneously, Picture-by-Picture (PBP), Picture-in-Picture (PIP), and the usual suite of I/Os such as DVI-D Dual, HDMIs (MHL), USB 3.0 ports, DisplayPort, PC audio-in, as well as headphone out.

the EA83, on the other hand, sports a 27-inch Wide Quad High Definition (WQHD) display that offers 2,560 x 1,440 resolution and is said to be able to accurately reproduce 99 percent of the Adobe RGB color palette. other features include 350nits of brightness, 178-degree wide viewing angle, Dual Link-up for connecting the EA83 to two devices simultaneously, 5ms response time, and a raft of connectivity including DVD-D Dual, HDMI, USB 3.0 ports, DisplayPort, and headphone out. the EA83 comes bundle with software and hardware color calibrators for graphics professionals to fine tune the display to reflect the most accurate and natural colors. no word on when will these pair of IPS monitors will be available, nor was there an indication of their pricing. in any case, do click past the jump for a few more look – including a few ‘live’ images.

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