LG to debut new monitors at CES
New monitors are designed to provide immersive 3D viewing
LG Electronics will unveil its 2012 IPS monitor line-up at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
The new IPS monitors are designed to provide consumers with immersive 3D viewing with higher resolutions from wider viewing angles and come in three series', the DM92, DM82 and DM52 series, in addition to the D43 3D monitor.
"The quality and technological superiority of LG's 3D display products are second to none, according to the findings of internationally renowned research organisations and respected media outlets," said Havis Kwon, president and CEO of LG Home Entertainment Company. "The 2011 IPS monitor line-up shows LG's commitment to further build upon on this reputation and technological prowess in order to provide consumers with the most immersive home entertainment experience possible."
The DM92 series features a slim bezel and design-driven Cinema Screen, with a chrome stand. It features a 27-inch display and is optimised for 3D content.
By incorporating an IPS panel, the DM92 series is designed to enable greater depth, consistent color and brightness at wider viewing angles compared with conventional 3D displays.
The 23-inch DM82 series features a metallic neck supported by a square, slim base and features high quality 3D display with superior color tone from any viewing angle.
The DM82 also features 7-watt built-in speakers, enabling the DM82 to function as a comprehensive entertainment centerpiece.
The 27- and 23-inch DM52 series are designed to combine immersive 3D with IPS, the DM52 series comes equipped with a range of connectivity features, such as HDMI and USB, for content-sharing with external devices.
Optimised for 3D, LG's D43 monitor offers a host of new technologies and features. The monitor ensures bright 3D images as well as Super Resolution and vivid colors through the 3D effect mode.
The D43 is designed to convert 2D content into 3D without any additional software and a 3D hot key enables users to adjust and control the depth of 3D images.