LG Electronics introduces its latest LG SMART Monitor lineup featuring models 32SR50F and 27SR50F. The monitors, available in 31.5- and 27-inch sizes, operate independently of a PC connection.
LG’s new monitors is designed with advanced IPS displays and known renowned for their true-to-life colors and strong contrast, are augmented by LG’s webOS 23 platform. This platform facilitates seamless remote work and easy access to video streaming.
“The LG SMART Monitor series is designed to cater to the personal preferences and unique demands of diverse users,” said Seo Young-jae, senior vice president, and head of the IT business unit of LG Electronics Business Solutions Company. “Looking ahead, LG plans to introduce new SMART Monitors that accommodate an even broader range of lifestyle needs.”
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The LG SMART Monitors boast high-performance IPS displays and HDR 10 support. These features enhance experiences during video calls, document work, or internet research. The 27-inch model, with its 3-sided virtually borderless design, offers a sleek and minimalist look that improves the workspace while intensifying the user’s immersion.
The 32SR50F and 27SR50F models enable easy access to tailored recommendations for movies, series, and music via the Home Board screen. They also present personalized sports profiles with customizable service cards, simplifying sports enthusiasts’ experiences by storing favorite leagues, notifying them of upcoming games, and providing real-time schedules and statistics. The LG Mood Music function acts as a personalized DJ, crafting playlists based on the user’s musical preferences.
Tailored for remote work, these monitors come equipped with built-in LG Home Office software, supporting various productivity programs such as Microsoft 365 and Google Calendar. Eliminating the necessity for direct PC connections, LG SMART Monitors facilitate content sharing from smart devices via AirPlay 2 and Miracast. They double as smart home hubs, supporting LG’s ThinQ Home Hub, which users can monitor and manage various IoT-compatible household appliances, expanding their functionality beyond traditional monitors.
Scheduled for release in key global markets, including North America, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and South America, the LG SMART Monitors will be available in the United States this November.