LG's EA93 offers 100 percent sRGB color space expression and can divide the screen real estate into two or four segments, each behaving like a separate display
LG will introduce the world's first 21:9 aspect computer monitor in Korea later this month
The EA93 has an ultra-widescreen, 2560 x 1080 resolution, 26.6 x 11.4-inch IPS panel with anti-glare surface coating and 300-nit brightness
LG's EA93 UltraWide Monitor has a DVI-D Dual Link interface, two HMDI (one with included MHL connection), four USB 3.0 ports, and a DisplayPort
The EA93 utilizes LG's Digital Fine Contrast technology to offer users a contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1
The world's first 21:9 aspect computer monitor: LG's EA93 UltraWide Monitor
Since unveiling the very first cinema-proportioned HD TV back in 2009, Philips has been leading the charge to get the distinctly oblong screens into our living rooms. Yet despite the powerful draw of immersive movie-theater-like viewing goodness, the buying public's cash (for the most part) continues to be thrown at 16:9 aspect screens. LG is trying another approach to kick start the ultra-widescreen invasion, by launching the world's first 21:9 aspect computer monitor. In addition to its obvious appeal to digital film buffs, the 29-inch EA93 is also being pitched at power users who currently multi-task across multiple displays (in my case a hotchpotch setup of 4:3 and 16:9 mixed displays).
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