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LG's New CineBeam Q Promises Portable 4K Movie Viewing


LG recently announced the upcoming launch of its newest portable projector, the CineBeam Q. First unveiled during CES 2024, the projector boasts 4K-resolution projection technology, in addition to a rather handy design that allows it to be used just about anywhere at home.


In addition to its 4K UHD projection capabilities, the CineBeam Q allows users to project images of up to 120 inches, with a 450,000:1 contrast ratio and 154 percent coverage (overall) of the DCI-P3 color gamut. There's also a 360-degree rotatable handle that makes it easier to position wherever you want (provided that there's a surface to project your content on).


LG's New CineBeam Q Promises Portable 4K Movie Viewing


As with most new electronic devices these days, the projector also packs built-in Wifi connectivity, allowing it to connect to streaming services such as Netflix and Prime Video. The CineBeam Q runs on the LG webOS platform, and also allows users to share content from their smart devices via AirPlay 2 and Miracast.


The LG CineBeam Q will be available for pre-orders from March 18 with exclusive benefits, with a global release starting in South Korea this month with planned availability for more markets including the US, Canada, Australia, Germany, Spain, France, UK, several countries in Asia and the Gulf region from April.

LG Teases Upcoming MyView 4K Smart Monitor Range


South Korean manufacturer LG recently announced that it will be showcasing a new lineup of smart monitors during CES 2024. Branded under the "MyView" range, LG says that the monitors are designed for both work and play, with a wide variety of features.


Powered by the webOS 23 platform, the MyView Monitors allow users to access their favourite content via streaming apps such as movies, music and sports broadcasts, to name a few. LG adds that users will be able to access other productivity software such as those from Microsoft and Google.


LG Teases Upcoming MyView 4K Smart Monitor Range


The monitors will also come with 31.5-inch 4K-resolution IPS displays, and will be available in different colour variants such as essence white, mild beige, cotton pink and cotton green, depending on region. The range features three models, namely the 32SR85U, 32SR83U and 32SR70U, with slim bezels which should provide an immersive and interactive viewing experience.


The monitors also pack adjustable stands for full integration with varying desktop setups, as well as convenient setup. Other hardware details include compatibility with AirPlay 2 and Miracast for wireless screen mirroring, and Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.


The new monitors will be on display at LG's CES booth on January 9-12.

LG unveils its brand new Gram and Gram Pro laptops ahead of CES 2024


AI is all the rage these days so it doesn't really come as a surprise to learn that ahead of CES 2024, LG has unveiled its brand new series of Gram and Gram Pro laptops that take advantage of Intel's AI Boost NPU hardware.


The lineup consists of the LG Gram Pro 16 and 17 and the LG Gram Pro 2-in-1. For the LG Gram Pro lineup, it will be offered with a Wide Quad display or OLED, depending on your configuration, and will also come with NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSDs as well as a discrete NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 GPU for that extra boost in the graphics department.


LG unveils its brand new Gram and Gram Pro laptops ahead of CES 2024


LG also claims that the Pro models will feature the use of a dual cooling system, so if you need to perform more demanding tasks like video editing or playing games, the new cooling system should help keep the laptop nice and cool to keep it operating at optimal levels.


If you don't need such a powerful laptop and just want something that's light and compact for day-to-day tasks, the LG gram 17, 16, 15 and 14 laptops could be a good fit. They will be powered by Intel's Core Ultra processors and will also feature the use of NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSDs and IPS display panels. Depending on the model, they will also come with either 77Wh or 72Wh batteries, so they should last a decent amount of time if you're constantly on the move.


LG has reported today by means of a public statement that it will flaunt its most current display setup at CES 2023. Among the advanced displays that will be disclosed will be auto display arrangements and foldable OLED displays.


The 8" 360-degree foldable OLED that LG Display has created is another innovation that effectively empowers a gadget to overlay in the two headings, permitting clients to pick different structure factors relying upon the undertaking that is being performed on the smartphone. Its module development guarantees that it holds its sturdiness even subsequent to being collapsed in excess of multiple times, and its imaginative collapsing component lessens the presence of wrinkles along the segments where it has been collapsed.


LG to uncover their most up to date OLED and foldable displays at CES 2023


What's more, LG will disclose a 17" foldable OLED display that can overlap and unfurl in half to change into a tablet or a versatile screen. This kind of display would be great for 2-in-1 gadgets that can act as a PC and afterward collapsed in half to change over completely to a tablet or versatile screen.


It has basically no wrinkles where it folds, so clients can involve it in various ways. The screen is likewise furnished with LG's touchscreen innovation, which will permit clients to work the screen by contacting it with either their fingers or a pointer.


LG Display will likewise uncover a few other OLED screen sizes and arrangements, including auto displays and screens. Restrictive advances like P-OLED and LTPS (Low-Temperature Polycrystalline Silicon) LCD will be used in these new items, making it workable for the displays to be greater, have higher goal, and be made in additional remarkable and helpful ways.


Upon its takeoff from the portable market in 2021, LG has been working resolutely on extending its Structure to-Request business and foldable display innovation, and it is most certainly extraordinary information to hear that their endeavors are presently happening as expected.


You can get a sneak look at LG's new displays at CES in any of their two stalls at the Las Vegas Conference hall: Their principal corner in the North Corridor and their Auto Display corner in the West Lobby.


With regards to foldable displays, Samsung is without a doubt the ruler. Strangely, LG never fully endeavored to make something almost identical, rather the organization selected to make displays that could be moved up. While we've yet to see rollable displays become as standard as foldables, LG's as of now got a genuinely new thing.


The organization has taken the wraps off their most recent display tech - stretchable displays. Indeed, as the name suggests, this is a display that can be stretched, implying that it tends to be pulled to expand to fold over a gadget possibly. As indicated by LG, the display model that they have right presently has 20% stretchability, so don't anticipate that it should be fit for extending excessively far, yet 20% is as yet noteworthy in any case.


LG debuts a display that can be stretched


LG says that the display is produced using an exceptional silicon that you would regularly track down in contact focal points. With the ongoing model which in its unstretched structure estimates 12-inches, it tends to be stretched to 14-inches, bowed, and curved without taking any harm. We don't know what sort of purposes such a display might have right now, yet it is an intriguing idea.


We can envision that it very well may be utilized for style, or perhaps wearables where the stretchable display can be utilized to make much bigger displays that fold over the wrist.

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