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27EA83-D

Key Features

  • Adobe 99%
  • 10-Bit Color
  • Wide Quad High Resolution
  • Portrait Display Mode
SUMMARY
PANEL SPECIFICATIONS
INPUTS/OUTPUTS
POWER
SPECIAL FEATURES
STAND
DIMENSIONS/WEIGHT
STANDARD
INCLUDED ACCESSORIES
WARRANTY / UPC

What People Are Saying

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing color reproduction I am totally in love with this monitor and can't wait to turn it on each day. It is my first LCD monitor having moved up from a CRT. I had been hesitant to switch because of the poor color and contrast I had been seeing until I started reading about the 27EA83-D. It sounded too good to be true, but it is true. I do digital photography and graphics and I find that the colors are right on the money. Plus, I am hooked on the extra screen real estate. I only wish the base could swivel left and right to minimize glare, but other than that I wouldn't trade this guy for anything! I still have my CRT but almost never turn it on anymore. It literally pales in comparison!
Date published: 2014-03-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Horrible flickering The screen flickers badly. The flickering is worse when using the DisplayPort input. Returned the monitor.
Date published: 2013-07-05
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ASK & ANSWER

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how does one raise the monitor screen to a higher position?

Asked by: CT 2016
To adjust the height for the LG 27" Class ColorPrime WQHD IPS LED Monitor (27.0" diagonal), Model # 27EA83-D, remove the tape attached at the bottom rear of the stand body, then pull out the locking pin. The height can be adjusted up to 110.0 mm. If you still have your owner's manual for the monitor, you will find explicit instructions on page 8 with diagrams that may help with the visualization of how to adjust the height. Should you need a copy of the owner's manual, a PDF copy can be downloaded and printed out from the unit's support page on the LG site...^IFV
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2016-07-19

Is there a remote control that can work with the LG 27EA83?

Asked by: davidmholland
I apologize, but no; this monitor has not been designed for use with a remote control.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2014-04-04

How do I get this monitor (27EA83 ) into portrate mode?

Asked by: Mars
We appreciate your interest in this monitor. This device has not been designed for conversion into a portrait mode viewing arrangement.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2014-02-20

Does this work with Macbookpro mid-2010

I have an old 17-inch, Mid 2010 macbookpro. Do i need any special dvi port etc ?
Asked by: lisb
We appreciate your interest in this monitor. This monitor requires either a Display Port connection, HDMI, or DVI-D connection, according to page 5 of the owner’s manual.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2014-02-03

Is there an .inf available for the EA83 monitors?

Currently the display shows up as Generic PnP Monitor under Device Manager on Windows 8.1. None of the preinstalled .INFs look to support this morning and unable to find anything on the download page nor on the supplied CD. Curious if there is an .INF available.
Asked by: LeadWrist
We appreciate your interest in this monitor. There are certain driver files and software updates available. They are stored in ZIP files on our website, which can be downloaded from our site at http://www.lg.com/us/support-product/lg-27EA83-D.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2013-12-23

How to unlock 90Hz refresh rate?

I want to VOID my warranty and unlock firmware on the monitor in order to support 90Hz Refresh Rate. How can I do this? FYI, my graphic card can support more than 120Hz.
Asked by: Petnax
We understand your desire to obtain this conversion information. Unfortunately, we do not have any such conversion information available to offer.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2013-12-02

Is this product wall mountable?

Is there any wall mount on the market compatible with this monitor?
Asked by: AVKid
We appreciate your interest in this monitor. This device is designed to be compatible with a VESA-compliant wall mount with a bolt spacing of 100mm x 100mm. It will require four M4 machine screws. This information is located on page 12 of the owner’s manual.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2013-10-22

Will this product work properly with a MacBook Pro

I have a MacBook Pro 13-inch, Early 2011. Will this display work with my hardware?
Asked by: jem5519
The MacBook Pro (early 2011) has a Thunderbolt video output port. A Thunderbolt port is usable as a mini DisplayPort connector. The 27EA83-D specifications identify DisplayPort as one of the available connections. The match of interfaces suggests that a mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable would allow you to connect the display to your computer.
Answered by: macgeek97
Date published: 2013-10-22
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