LG Introduces Smart Monitors with WebOS, Targeting Business and Remote Work
LG's New Monitors, Equipped with WebOS, to Facilitate Business and Remote Work Scenarios
New details have emerged regarding two innovative “smart monitors” from LG, set to hit the market in Japan on September 29. The larger of the two, the 32SR50F-W, is a variant of the 32SQ730S-W and the 32SQ780S-W, boasting a sizable 31.5-inch display.
As a continuation of its predecessors, this smart monitor integrates LG’s proprietary operating system, WebOS, which empowers users to view and edit various document files, including PowerPoint and Excel, all without the need for an external computer. Its versatility extends to enabling remote connections to services like Windows 365, Chrome Remote Desktop, and Azure Virtual, making it an enticing option for businesses seeking cost-effective alternatives to traditional PCs or thin clients, particularly for employees working from home. It’s worth noting that LG opted for a Full HD resolution rather than 4K, with the current Ultra HD model priced around $400.