At the moment LG’s own motto and acronym applies to it with dead certainty. Life is definitely good for LG Electronics since it is ready to debut its TV-cum-PC with an 29-inch 21:9 ultra-wide screen to boot.
LG is a giant among mass producers of electronic gadgetry that you just can’t hold a candle up to. It is especially renowned for its round “G” face with an “L” for a nose at its center. The combined “LG” initials stand for the motto: “Life’s Good”. A company that has a reputation for creating quality products of every ilk for the sake of modern man, LG once formed the EA93 which was truly a visual treat for consumers. With its 29-inch 21:9 super-wide display, this humongous high tech hero among gizmos was the star attraction during the time when it came on the scene with a bang.
Today LG has created a spin-off product resembling the mother machine and it is so cool and classy that it puts the previous numbers to shame. According to The Korean conglomerate launched its television along with an all-in-one personal computer. The good thing is that this magical model possesses the selfsame 29-inch IPS panel as its predecessor. The 21:9 ratios of the dimensions speak volumes about its beauty and stature. With a pixel count of 2560 X 1080 which is definitely high resolution this view master was made for some serious optical analysis. Finally, its 178-degree viewing angles makes for a comfortable and relaxing gaze at this marvel among electronic mechanisms.
The set has a footloose TV tuner with very subtle tweaking functions. Among the other features is a turn-on ability that takes a split second to go into action and a TV and PC combination that is a miracle of postmodern simplicity-in-complexity design. As for the internal wiring and circuitry we don’t have all the information yet. The only few scraps of knowledge regarding the inside of this act of creative wizardry are that it possesses an Intel Core i5CPU; NVIDIA GeForce GT640M GPU with 3D capability and a series of HDMI/MHL inputs so that the display screen can be transformed into a monitor at a moment’s notice. And the personal computer is already loaded with an instant text messaging application.
The twin mobile avatar allows you to view the shows on television all the while chatting happily with friends and family. PiP and split screen are there too. And last but not least, several input plugs are available for easier access. The cost price is approximately $1500 for the PC and about $600 for the TV. Missing out on this magnificent piece of microelectronic mysticism would be a shame!