Modern technology gives us many things.

LG’s ultra-wide 21:9 monitor gives you more room to move

lgultrawideIf you’ve ever wanted more screen real estate then LG has the monitor for you – an ultra-wide 21:9 screen that takes multi-tasking to the next level.

The LG 29EA93 is 29 inches wide diagonally from corner to corner and has a resolution of 2560 x 1080.

Also on board is the 4-screen split feature which allows users to divide the extra wide screen in up to four parts to make it easier to view and work on documents side by side.

It would also be possible to view a spreadsheet right beside a Word document.

The result of all of this extra screen space is increased productivity and convenience.

The LG ultra-wide 21:9 29EA93 monitor

Now graphic designers, video editors and photographers who previously needed two monitors to maximise their workflow can achieve the same results on the LG Ultra-wide 29EA93 monitor.

And an added advantage in this situation would be colour consistency because you’re working on a single screen rather than two separate monitors which may not have been colour calibrated to appear exactly the same.

The LG 29EA93 21:9 monitor can be divided in up to four sections for easier multitasking

The LG monitor can also be connected to two external devices like a PC and a Blu-ray Disc player/recorder using the Dual Link-Up feature. It also has two HDMI inputs and four USB 3.0 ports.

And it’s not just about work.

The LG 21:9 ultra-wide monitor is a similar shape to a cinema screen and ideal for watching movies.

Also adding to the theatre-like experience are the 7W stereo speakers.

The LG ultra-wide 21:9 29EA93 monitor has dual link connectivity as well as two HDMI inputs and four USB ports

The LG 29EA93 monitor can also be used to play videos and games from smartphones using the included MHL cable.

The LG 29EA93 ultra-wide 21:9 monitor is available now from LG authorised resellers and is priced at $749.

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