LG Monitor

LG Monitor Automatically Adjusts To Eye Level

LG Monitor

LG Monitor announced the Ultra Fine Display Ergo AI on Friday, which adjusts itself for ergonomic viewing throughout the day. Tired of adjusting your computer monitor? LG’s new display moves for you.

With a built-in camera and AI, the Ultra Fine Display Ergo AI continuously analyses the user’s position, making small modifications to screen height (0 to 160mm) and tilt (-20o to +20o) to promote proper posture.

LG Monitor hasn’t said how the screen moves. Photos imply it uses a robotic stand. Manually swivel the monitor 270 degrees.
LG’s device features three ergonomic modes: AI Motion, Continuous Motion, and Periodic Motion. AI Motion “tracks the user’s eye-level and adjusts height and tilt”

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31.5-inch IPS display has 3,840-by-2,160-pixel resolution. The display boasts a 60Hz refresh rate, 5-millisecond reaction time, HDR10 colors, and two speakers.

LG Monitor will introduce the Ultra Fine Display Ergo AI at IFA next week. The product will be shown with a 45-inch curved OLED PC monitor.
45-inch Ultra Gear OLED Gaming Monitor with 240Hz refresh rate. The display has a 3440-by-1,440-pixel resolution and 21:9 aspect ratio. HDR10 support, a 0.1-millisecond reaction rate, and LG’s Monitor anti-glare coating are further advantages.

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