On August 28, LG Electronics (Goo Bon Jun, CEO) announced that it will unveil the IPS (In-Plane Switching) Monitor EA93 and EA84 Series at IFA 2012, a consumer electronics exhibition which will be held in Berlin, Germany, from August 31 through September 5.
The IPS Monitor Series provides a wide viewing angle of 178 degrees that heightens color accuracy and minimizes color change, which in most conventional panels varies depending on the viewing angle.
The EA93 Series is 20-inch monitors that have a screen ratio of 21:9 (a resolution of 2560 x 1080 pixels), which is equal to the ratio of cinema screen, and a thin bezel.
The screen can also be divided into a maximum of four displays, so it’s easy to do several tasks at the same time.
The EA83 Series is 27-inch monitors that are WQHD (a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels). The resolution of WQHD monitors is four times higher than that of HD (1280 x 720 pixels).
Along with the super resolution, the EA83 Series provides colors that are as precise as Adobe RGB 99% and an external calibrator (which provides a color-correcting function), so it’s best for graphics, video, advanced photography, and so on.
The EA93 and EA83 Series will be launched in Korea in November and in other countries at the end of this year.
Lee Jung Joon, the vice-president of the IT Business Department of LG Electronics, says, “The monitors with a screen ratio of 21:9 and the professional monitors will provide the non-conventional user with better performance for multitasking. We’ll continuously launch premium IPS monitors with new concepts that feature LG IPS monitors’ superior innovative functions.”