LG IPS monitors enter the frame

LG has begun rolling out its new range of premium IPS7 series monitors.

The new monitors feature LG’s Cinema Screen design, with an extremely thin (as low as 1.2mm thin) bezel around the panel.

LG’s in-plane switching (IPS) feature allows for wider viewing angles, while the panel is LED-illuminated -which helps reduce its exterior thickness to 14.1mm.

A key feature on the new range is the Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) connectivity, which allows mobile devices, like smartphones, to be connected for viewing on a large screen.

The IPS7 series from LG is being launched with two models: the 23-inch IPS237L, and the 27-inch IPS277L.

Both models feature 1920 x 1080 pixel native resolution, 5 ms response time, mega contrast-ratio, and 250 cd/m² brightness.

Its feature-set includes hardware colour-calibration, an aggressive power-saving mode, and 6-axis control. Apart from MHL, the display supports standard HDMI using an adapter cable.

The SA timeline/availability is still to be confirmed and the RRP will be revealed once the timeline is confirmed.

LG IPS monitor

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