LG to announce new monitor line at CES 2013

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The South Korean tech company LG will unveil a new IPS-based monitor line at the upcoming CES 2013 exhibition next week. Three models – the EA93 UltraWide, EA83 ColorPrime and ET83 Touch 10 – will present the new line.

The LG EA93 UltraWide is a 29-inch monitor with 21:9 aspect ratio and resolution of 2560 x 1080 pixels. Tech specs include 5 ms of response time, brightness of 300 cd/m2, 178-degree viewing angles, two built-in 14W speakers as well as DVI-D, HDMI and DisplayPort outputs, USB 3.0 port and the following functions – 4-Screen Split (divides the screen into four segments), PBP (displays two sources at the same time), PIP (picture in picture) and H/W Calibration and True Color Finder for color calibration. The LG EA93 UltraWide will cost USD 630.

The LG EA83 ColorPrime is a monitor that has been specifically developed for photographers, designers and filmmakers and offers a working resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. It also covers 100 per cent of sRGB and 99 per cent of Adobe RGB color space. The EA83 ColorPrime can also be rotated 90 degrees for an alternative way of viewing and arranging one’s work. Pricing is unknown at the moment.

Finally the LG ET83 Touch 10 is a fully functional 23-inch sensor display designed for Windows 8. It works at 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution and supports up to ten simultaneous touches. Pricing is unknown.


Source: Ecoustics.com

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