South Korean manufacturer LG recently announced that it will be showcasing a new lineup of smart monitors during CES 2024. Branded under the “MyView” range, LG says that the monitors are designed for both work and play, with a wide variety of features.
Powered by the webOS 23 platform, the MyView Monitors allow users to access their favourite content via streaming apps such as movies, music and sports broadcasts, to name a few. LG adds that users will be able to access other productivity software such as those from Microsoft and Google.
The monitors will also come with 31.5-inch 4K-resolution IPS displays, and will be available in different colour variants such as essence white, mild beige, cotton pink and cotton green, depending on region. The range features three models, namely the 32SR85U, 32SR83U and 32SR70U, with slim bezels which should provide an immersive and interactive viewing experience.
The monitors also pack adjustable stands for full integration with varying desktop setups, as well as convenient setup. Other hardware details include compatibility with AirPlay 2 and Miracast for wireless screen mirroring, and Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.
The new monitors will be on display at LG’s CES booth on January 9-12.