LG 32SR83U-W is a 31.5-inch 4K smart display equipped with webOS: uses wide color gamut IPS panel

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The difference between TVs and Monitors is getting closer.  The LG 31.5-inch 4K IPS Smart Display, model "32SR83U-W", is a high-resolution monitor equipped with LG's webOS platform. This display, set to launch in mid-February 2024 by LG Electronics Japan, features an IPS panel that supports a wide color gamut. The monitor offers compatibility with a range of streaming services, including YouTube, TVer, Netflix, Disney+, Prime Video, Apple TV+, DAZN, Twitch, and TikTok, allowing for direct content access without the need for external devices.

The "32SR83U-W" supports wireless connectivity options such as AirPlay 2 and Miracast, enabling users to stream content from smartphones and tablets directly to the larger display. It includes a remote control and is compatible with the "LG ThinQ" smartphone app, which facilitates display control, including on-screen pointer, character input, and voice control functions. Key specifications of the display include a contrast ratio of 1,000:1, a DCI-P3 95% color gamut, and a brightness level of 400cd/m². The monitor can display approximately 1.07 billion colors and has a response time of 5ms. Viewing angles are wide, at 178° both horizontally and vertically. Connectivity options consist of two HDMI inputs, one USB Type-C (with 65W Power Delivery) input, two USB Type-C downstream ports, and built-in stereo speakers with a 5W output per channel, which also support Bluetooth connectivity.

The adjustable stand provides a tilt range from -5 to 15° and a height adjustment of up to 110mm. The display supports VESA mounting (100 x 100mm), measures 714mm in width, 217mm in depth, and 498-608mm in height, and weighs 7.7kg. The suggested retail price for the "32SR83U-W" is approximately 88,000 yen (including tax), which is around 650 USD, with the product expected to be available in mid-February 2024.

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