LG will launch new smart monitors that can open documents without a PC – but they’re not 4K.


Two so-called new details have emerged. Smart monitor from LG which will go on sale in Japan on September 29. The larger of the two is the 31.5-inch 32SR50F-W, which is a variant of the 32SQ730S-W and 32SQ780S-W. Like its predecessors, it integrates a full operating system (LG’s proprietary WebOS) and allows viewing. Edit document files (PowerPoint, Excel, etc.) without needing to connect to another computer. Use cases include the ability to connect remotely. Windows 365, Chrome Remote Desktop And Azure Virtual. In essence, it’s a business PC alternative or a thin client without the price tag, if businesses want their employees to work from home and access virtual desktops remotely. It’s a shame that LG decided to opt for Full HD resolution instead of 4K. The current Ultra HD model sells for around $400..We don’t yet know if the monitor will be available with a height-adjustable Ergo stand – which allows the display to be placed closer to the edge of the desk (see it in action in our review). LG dual up monitor) – or if it will offer PIP or KVM features.

What we do know though is that there will be a smaller 27-inch version and both have a new stand with holes for better cable management. The images also show a USB hub with four ports While a video of two monitors shows remote control, a VESA mountBluetooth capabilities, IPS technology And a couple 5W speaker.

Previous models include HDMI in and out as well as a LAN port. Although there’s no built-in webcam and it’s a bit bulky that would have turned it into a powerful all-in-one (AIO) PC. LG claims that the previous models sold very well, which may explain why the company decided to introduce new models with a lower entry point.

For those looking for a bigger experience (albeit at a higher price), LG has it. 43SQ700S-W which is one 43-inch 4K monitor With more connections, 65W power delivery (great for charging your laptop), better sound but no VESA mount.

Archival Samsung also unveiled its own. Smart monitor, M8, last year. Like its LG counterpart, we found that it basically promised to do everything.


Faheem Rasool

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