It’s what I like form LG. The company knows how to flatter their consumers. She is so wonderful, right? Not the girl, yes, the girl is also wonderful, but now we are talking about the EA93 monitor. She brings a 29-inch touchscreen display with 21:9 ratio. It’s the world’s first monitor that has 21:9 ratio. That ratio delivers an ultimate pleasure of the Cinema screen experience in crawling your multimedia contents whether for watching movie or playing games with near-life high quality image of the IPS technology and 100 percent sRGB color space expression.
If you don’t want to count on its ratio aspects, this new monitor also comes with 4-split screen and Dual-Link up features. Those features allows you to expand the multitasking ability in maximizing the ultrawide screen to display four segments at the same times as well as displaying segments from two different external source in one screen. Each segment can be customized uniquely according to your need. Directly, it makes comparison of contents more accurately than seeing each content on separate monitor.
Other thing that you should mention also is the EA93 carries an elegant frameless design with 170-degree tilt-able stand and 7W x 2 built-in stereo speakers. It means you able to all-out-attack in maximizing the screen wide with your contents and you don’t need to pull another unnecessary pennies to buy an external speakers.
In addition, this new monitor features 2560 x 1080 resolution, 300nits brightness, DVI-D dual, HDMI, USB 3.0, PC audio in, headphone out, and so on. And thanks to MHL interface, you can share your smartphone contents in this big screen.
The release date and pricing
LG EA93 UltraWide monitor is going to hit Korean market this month in MSRP 690,000 won or around $639.99 and followed by other countries globally in around December or Christmas season (not sure). Will she be showed at CES 2013?