LG now has a monitor with the 21:9 aspect ratio. The EA93, or 29EA93-P as the entire product designation reads, has a screen of 29 inches (73.66 cm) and a resolution of 2560x1080 pixels. Those mathematically inclined will notice that this is two times 1280x1080, a resolution that comes close to the 1280x1024 5:4 aspect ration of the early 17-inch and 19-inch TFT monitors. You basically get two of those almost-square screens next to each other, without a bezel between them. This can be useful for a number of applications. Take very large Excel spreadsheets, for example, but also video editing with multiple windows, photo editing, and of course gaming. With a price of £415 the EA93 is not a cheap monitor. So if you're purely interested in lots of pixels, then a better option is a WQHD monitor with 2560x1440 pixels, such as the Dell U2713HM and the ASUS PB278Q. LG recently launched its won WQHD model, the EA83, but this is a wide gamut display that can reproduce 99 percent of the AdobeRGB spectrum and therefore carries a hefty price tag reportedly around £600. The EA93 is certainly unique on paper, but how does it actually perform?
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