LG is set to unveil its latest series of smart monitors, the ‘LG MyView,’ at CES 2024. In a bid to rival Samsung, LG is launching the MyView 32-inch 4K monitors equipped with built-in smart TV features. Beyond fulfilling standard monitor functions for productivity, content creation, and light gaming, these monitors feature LG’s integrated webOS 23, enabling users to stream services like Netflix, akin to Samsung’s M8 smart monitors.
The LG MyView smart monitors, including the CES Innovation 32SR85U model, won an award recently, offer users the convenience of streaming content, enjoying music, and engaging in remote work without needing a PC connection.
These monitors, introduced for 2024, feature LG IPS 4K displays renowned for impressive picture quality. The integration of webOS enhances the user experience by providing an intuitive interface and access to a diverse range of apps. The models, available in various colors such as essence white, mild beige, cotton pink, and cotton green, cater to different aesthetic preferences.
The lineup consists of three models, namely the 32SR85U, 32SR83U, and 32SR70U, sharing similar specifications with minor distinctions. All three monitors feature 31.5-inch 16:9 4K IPS displays with 95 percent DCI-P3 coverage and HDR10 support.
The inclusion of webOS 23 ensures seamless access to streaming services like Netflix and Disney+ and productivity programs such as Microsoft 365 and Google Calendar. Supporting wireless screen mirroring through AirPlay 2 and Miracast, these monitors also come with built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for enhanced connectivity. Additionally, users can opt for an optional Full-HD webcam for video conferencing needs.
While the 32SR85U and 32SR83U models come with an adjustable stand featuring a circular cutout, the 32SR70U sports a low-profile base for a compact and stylish appearance.
However, distinctions among the models include variations in brightness and USB Type-C PD charging capabilities. The 32SR70U offers 350 nits of brightness, compared to 400 nits on the other models. Additionally, the charging support varies, with the 32SR85U supporting 90W, the 32SR83U supporting 65W, and the 32SR70U supporting 45 watts.
YS Lee, Vice President and Head of the IT Business Unit at LG Electronics Business Solutions Company, emphasized the MyView smart monitors’ versatility, offering excellent picture quality, the convenience of webOS, wireless connectivity, and an elegant design. The personalized lifestyle monitors aim to meet individual needs, providing an elevated user experience whether users are watching, working, or working out.
LG’s MyView monitors assert their superiority in picture quality within the smart monitor category, particularly when compared to competitors like Samsung’s M8 series. The IPS displays offer superior viewing angles and color accuracy, presenting a compelling choice for users seeking top-notch visuals. While US pricing is yet to be announced, the 32SR83U is priced at 699,000 won (approximately $538) in Korea, making the overall attractiveness to buyers dependent on the eventual pricing strategy.
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