Designed for productivity and entertainment, the LG MyView line of smart monitors will be shown for the first time. LG MyView is a new brand that the company says “communicates the personalized user experience delivered by the company’s premium smart monitors.”
With the virtually borderless LG MyView smart monitors, users can stream their favorite movies, shows, and sports, listen to music, and work remotely without having to connect to a PC. Powered by the webOS platform, the new-for-2024 models feature LG IPS 4K displays and come in several colors, including essence white, mild beige, cotton pink, and cotton green.
“LG MyView smart monitors deliver excellent picture quality, the convenience of webOS and wireless connectivity, a sleek design, and much more. Our personalized lifestyle monitors can meet each customer’s individual needs, providing them with an elevated user experience whether they’re watching, working, or working out.” — YS Lee, Vice President and head of the IT business unit of LG Electronics Business Solutions Co.
LG MyView supports streaming services, productivity programs like Microsoft 365 and Google Calendar, and offers compatibility with AirPlay 2 and Miracast for wireless screen mirroring. They have built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for connection to the internet and compatible peripherals. The 32SR85U can be paired with a detachable Full-HD (1,920 x 1,080) webcam3.
The 32SR85U will be available to purchase for $599.99 at LG.com and LG-authorized retailers. The 32SR70U and 32SR83U will run $499.99. U.S. availability will be announced at a later date.
CES 2024 is expected to draw more than 130,000 attendees from January 9-12. The annual trade show takes place at a variety of venues across the city.
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