Alongside the TM2792 Personal Smart TV, LG also brings the EA93 and EA83 to the IFA 2012 tradeshow. The former, designed for entertainment, has a cinematic screen with 21:9 aspect ratio, while the EA83 is specifically built to handle graphics-intensive applications, according to LG. Both of them are based on IPS LCD technology, and offer ultra high resolution, 178/178-degree wide viewing angle and Mega Contrast ratio.
The 29-inch EA93, as mentioned above, has a 21:9 cinematic aspect ratio that is identical to that of a typical movie theater screen, making it perfect for watching movies. It features 2560×1080 resolution and covers 100% of sRGB color space. Intended for multimedia, the monitor comes equipped with 7Wx2 stereo speakers and provides DVI-D, two HDMI and a DisplayPort. It also includes 4-Screen Split feature that can divide the display into four segments for advanced multitasking, and the Dual Link-up function that allows two devices to connect the monitor simultaneously. The EA93′s two HDMI ports are MHL-ready for connecting compatible smartphones or tablets.
The 27-inch LG EA83, on the other, is crafted for graphics applications for filmmakers, photographers, designers. It has a 2560×1440 WQHD ultra high resolution and is able to display 99 percent of the Adobe RGB color space. You can find one DVI-D, one HDMI and one DisplayPort inputs and support for Dual Link-Up. The monitor comes with a slim height stand with pivot, tilt and height adjustment.
LG’s EA93 and EA83 both include Picture by Picture and Picture in Picture functions. They have built-in 3-port USB 3.0 hub. To display most accurate colors, both models comes with True Color Finder PRO software color calibrator, and the professional EA83 adds external calibrator and factory calibration.