LG has revealed a new lineup of smart monitors at CES 2024, the LG MyView smart monitors.

The new monitors are designed not just for productivity but also for entertainment with each monitor powered by LG’s own webOS and includes various features and connectivity options.

Equipped with LG IPS 4K displays, the new MyView smart monitors will enable users to stream media from any online sources and work remotely without having to even turn the connected PC on.

The webOS built into the monitors allows support for remote work and home entertainment through various webOS apps while the capability for AirPlay 2 and Miracast allow for even more usage options.

The LG MyView smart monitors are available in a single size, 31.5-inch display, but with three different models there will be three different price points.  Each monitor includes between three and one USB-C connection and stereo 5W speakers.

You can easily connect peripherals to the MyView monitors thanks to the built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth with some models also able to connect to a detachable webcam (optional accessory).

Local availability and pricing is yet to be determined but keep an eye out for them in the coming months.

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