LG is set to introduce their latest display technology at CES 2012. The DM92 is LG’s new baby, with a 27″ IPS panel surrounded by a super sexy 1mm bezel. Almost looking edge to edge the panel fills the screen. The IPS technology used in new range of monitors guarantees the brightest colors and widest viewing angles. LG’s new IPS panels will be showcased in four new series of monitors that will cover the gamut of options and price ranges. All models are 3D enabled with one model being optimized for 3D. All also offer the full range of PC and Multimedia inputs to allow the monitors to do double duty. This latest generation of IPS panel also off 25% better power efficiency so we can all enjoy the extra color and still be helping the planet.
The quality and technological superiority of LG’s 3D display products are second to none, according to the findings of internationally renowned research organizations and respected media outlets,” said Havis Kwon, President and CEO of LG Home Entertainment Company. “The 2011 IPS monitor line-up shows LG’s commitment to further build upon on this reputation and technological prowess in order to provide consumers with the most immersive home entertainment experience possible.”
LG’s new IPS series of monitors include the DM92, DM82, DM52 and D43. The DM92 is the new top of the line monitor with CINEMA SCREEN and lustrous chrome stand. With the stylized stand and millimeter bezel the DM92 catches your attention, the IPS panel then draws you in from every angle. The DM82 has more classic styling, looking good in all black and silver. The 23″ IPS panel continues the picture quality advantage of its bigger brother without the flashy surrounds. DM52 series includes a 23″ and 27″ models. Both offer a range of connectivity options including USB, HDMI and DVI. While all models are 3D enabled, the D43 is specially optimized for 3D, including on the fly 2D to 3D conversion hardware along with SUPER Resolution and vivid colors through the special 3D effect mode.
LG hopes to launch the new range of monitors in February 2012, pricing is still unknown. 2012 may turn out to be the year of the IPS panels, with most major brands having a value IPS option they are now within the reach of all of us. LG’s new models continue this push with a full range of monitors from displays that look just as good turned off to solid workhorse displays, LG is bringing IPS to everyone.
Source: LG Monitors