LG is introducing a host of video products at CES 2024, including its new line of MyView smart monitors, which function as computer monitors that also come with the webOS smart TV platform.
As an entirely new product line, the MyView monitors include the 32SR85U, 32SR70U, and 32SR83U, with pricing ranging from US$500 to US$600. You can use them for work during the day than entertainment at night and on weekends, to do things like stream movies and TV shows, watch sports, listen to music, and more without even having to connect a PC.
Each TV has an IPS 4K display and the familiar webOS interface with access to tons of apps. They also come in various colours, including essence white, mild beige, cotton pink, and cotton green.
Ideal for students and dorms, the 31.5-inch 4K (3,840 x 2,160) models 32SR85U, 32SR83U, and 32SR70U feature a slim form factor with a three-side virtually borderless design to enhance the viewing experience and save space.
The 32SR85U and 32SR83U come with an adjustable stand featuring a circular cutout, while the 32SR70U has a low-profile base for a compact and stylish appearance. The 32SR85U has been honored with a CES 2024 Innovation Award, a 2023 Red Dot Design Award, and a 2023 iF Design Award.
With webOS 23 onboard, LG MyView supports remote work and home entertainment, offering access to a growing catalog of popular streaming services, productivity programs like Microsoft 365 and Google Calendar, and compatibility with AirPlay 2 and Miracast for wireless screen mirroring. Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth offer connection to the Internet and compatible peripherals. The 32SR85U can be paired with a detachable Full-HD (1,920 x 1,080) webcam, ideal for video conferencing and interactive applications.
The latest LG MyView Smart Monitor models will be on display at the LG booth at CES 2024 in Las Vegas from January 9-12.