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LG's video wall is one step closer to a bezel-less display

LG’s razor-thin video wall provides a seamless viewing experience for business communication

LG's video wall is one step closer to a bezel-less display
LG's video wall is almost as thin as a credit card.

LG Electronics presented its revolutionary 55-inch Video Wall at its MEA LG Connect 2019 event.

LG Connect provided insight into LG’s latest information displays and signage designed to help businesses communicate more effectively. The world’s narrowest 0.44mm Even Bezel Video Wall was on display. What appears to be a step closer to a bezel-less display, the gap between each connected screen is merely 0.88mm almost as thin as a typical credit card.

The LG Video Wall also has a higher viewing angle than conventional competing displays and IPS panel technology. This ensures that content remains visible and captivating from a wide range of viewing angles. LG’s proprietary webOS 3.0 operating system makes it easy to maintain and create content. This display solution is optimized for control rooms and venues that require multi-screen setups such as shopping malls and lecture halls.

LG developed the advanced Video Wall to meet the needs of a range of audiences and environments.

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