LG To Unveil Three New IPS Monitors at CES 2013
LG Electronics (LG) will present its collection of new IPS monitors at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The high caliber lineup features innovative concepts to meet the needs of the specialist and the everyday user. The impressive monitor selection comprises the UltraWide, ColorPrime and Touch 10, perfectly matched for entertainment, professional applications and touch-based interaction, respectively. All three models employ IPS technology to deliver exceptional next generation picture quality and set the benchmark for displays in 2013. A next generation display technology, IPS has inherent advantages over conventional Twisted Nematic (TN) displays, providing vibrant color and image clarity, as well as minimizing eye-strain inducing motion blur.
LG’s EA93 UltraWide monitor, shown above, is the world’s first monitor to boast a 21:9 aspect ratio. At 29 inches, it offers an expansive display and outstanding multitasking and multimedia capabilities. It is also perfect for watching films and other widescreen-format content; its proportions approach those of a movie theater screen, and it comes equipped with LG’s immersive, thin-bezel CINEMA SCREEN Design. The UltraWide has been designed with productivity in mind, and is ideal for analyzing documents in their entirety, as its extra screen width means more spreadsheet columns are viewable at any one time.
“LG has focused on blending highly specialized functions with stellar IPS technology. These three monitors will push boundaries and reshape people’s expectations,” said Il Geun Kwon, Senior Vice President and Head of the IT Business Unitat the LG Home Entertainment Company. “The UltraWide, ColorPrime and Touch 10 offer solutions for nearly every task imaginable, whether it’s watching the latest blockbuster movie, perfecting a graphic design, educating a child or anything in between. With this diverse range of creative and highly advanced products, LG has definitely set the tone, and the pace, for 2013.”
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