It’s tradeshow season and as is its custom, LG is bringing screens packed with its most recent and biggest display innovation to flaunt. Merely revealed ahead of IFA 2012 are the EA93 and EA83 IPS LCDs, with the previous aimed at home entertainment / multitasking and the last targeting graphics, video presentation and photography pros. The EA93 is a 29-inch 21:9 aspect proportion ultrawidescreen (2560 x 1080) display with a thin bezel made to immerse the customer in the content. It can easily manage a 4-way split display and hookups via DVI Dual Link, DisplayPort, or HDMI with MHL support. The EA83′s specialty is its 2560 x 1440 WQHD resolution that brings 4 times the pixel count of 1280 x 720 panels and 99 percent Adobe RGB accuracy. There’s no word on the rate tag for either of these, but they should begin shipping in November.
Filed under: DisplaysLG preps 21:9 part proportion EA93 and WQHD EA83 series IPS LCD keeps track of for debut at IFA 2012 initially appeared on Engadget on Mon, 27 Aug 2012 23:42:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink|LG Korea|Email this|Remarks
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