LG 29EA93-P LCD Monitor
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Designed for cinematic viewing, the 29EA9F LED monitor from LG brings out the best in your favourite movies thanks to 21:9 resolution and HD displays in 2580x1080 pixels.The 29EA93 delivers bright, beautifully contrasted images, making it ideal for photo editing and gaming. Plus, with two HDMI ports, a USB hub, a headphones socket and DVI entry, you can connect a range of devices to this high-resolution monitor for all sorts of entertainment options. Energy Star certified
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Broken out of the box but looks nice sums it up.
Edit: after checking some more with a black background on the screen I have 5 dead pixels on a brand new monitor.
it takes a little getting used to as the screen is so wide but 10/10 for me
if they do the next size up im getting one
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So far I've mostly used it for PC display, not much movie watching or gaming.
Bought on Feb. 17, 2013.
The monitor is very lightweight compared to my reliable old stand-by, the Samsung 240t. [not surprising]
The packaging and shipment were amazing, it looked like a bright, colorful birthday present, with a handle on the box, completely wrapped in plastic, directly from S. Korea, got to here [N.J.] in only three days after order placement. Fed-ex did very well for me again, as usual. Shipping/handling was $12.99. (!)
I wish they would get the DCC ["Display Data Channel"] computer communications working . . . the capacitive-touch menus are rather tedious/jumping-through-hoops to switch the PIP and other stuff. Well, few other manufacturers seem to be interested in it. LG just needs to provide the DDC computer app., evidently the monitor is capable of talking with it, but I have no way to test it.
Otherwise, the touch-buttons work just fine.
No height adjustment on the stand, the cheapskates.
The PIP, by the way, seems to be a quickly vanishing breed, and it works quite well on this display.
I'm using it with a c.2005 Dell 9100 desktop PC, with an Radeon 5670 card, Displayport connection, the 2560x1080p @60hz, 32-bit color signal works perfectly.
I'd buy another one of these displays.
The Smartphone interface option is cute, but most smart phones are not that high resolution, or horizontal orientation.
The stand is not adjustable, It should not be IMO. The monitor is very light and ULTRA! wide and would likely tip over if not well centered over its base. I would recommend a monitor arm - which this does support via the attachment points on the back of the monitor (many new monitors no longer come with the rear mount attachment points)
No dead pixels, color depth is fantastic, its very, very bright, so much so at night, I would like to turn it down more than adjustments allow.
A great buy and cost competitive with buying 26"+ dual monitors with similar specs.
PS: This monitor makes my work setup the envy of my office.
This monitor works well with both MacBooks. The only drawback is that you aren't able to use the split-screen functions for this monitor as they only work with Windows OS.
If you're using a Mac you need to get the Dual-Link DVI cable - the one with the USB connector as well as the display port connector. That's if you want to go beyond 1920 to 2560.