Its UltraWide: LG 29" Is Mac's Mate

Written by Oonagh Reidy     23/09/2013 | 21:11 | Category: INDUSTRY

UltraWide monitor is now friends with Mac and PC's

Its UltraWide: LG 29

Designed for the workplace, LG latest UltraWide (EA73) monitor has 4-screen split functionality, allowing users work on multiple documents simultaneously, and is PC, Mac compatible. 

The 29" IPS LED Cinema monitor (2560 x 1080p) lets you watch vibrant colours from wide viewing angles, on a 21:9 display ratio.  

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Other key features include: Dual link up  which lets you to connect two devices to the one screen and view simultaneously, and 4-way multi-tasking - which replaces dual monitors. It also has USB 20.,3.0 and HDMI connectivity. 

The new Mac compatibility is likely to be a hit with graphic designers and other professionals who use dual-monitor configurations, says LG.

The LG UltraWide Monitor 29EA73 is available for RRP $699 at The Good Guys and Harvey Norman only.  


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