Ports designation ea, what is it, 1ea, 2ea, 3ea, 4ea meaning
The technical descriptions of electronic devices (TVs, monitors) can meet the designation HDMI 2.0 (2ea) ports, HDMI 2.0 (3ea), HDMI 2.0 (4ea). It refers to the number of ports (ea) which indicates the number of ports.
This designation applies to both ports located on one side of the device, such as the TV or the rear side. For example, you can designate the number of ports on the side HDMI 2.0 2ea, rear HDMI 2.0 2ea. This means that the side of the TV is located 2HDMI port and 2 HDMI ports behind.
Also, such a symbol is used if the ports are grouped together
Ports USB 1ea vs 2ea vs 3ea vs 4ea
A similar designation of the number of connectors can be applied to other types of ports. The manufacturer can specify for example the number of USB ports as 2ea on the side and 3ea on the back.
Or it may indicate USB 4ea. This means that 4 USB ports are located nearby.
This designation applies to ports on devices if there are more than one. Usually these are USB and HDMI ports.