LG unveils its latest technologies and solutions at the Berlin event.
LG Electronics introduced its latest range of technologies and business solution at the concluded IFA 2010 event in Berlin. LG showcased specialized solutions for hotels, schools and offices, and LED and 3D monitors for consumers.
“We’re really excited to be highlighting our solutions at IFA again this year,” said Mr H.S.Paik, President of LG Gulf FZE. “Attendees will be surprised by how far LG has come in this business and our ability to deliver creative, affordable solutions to some of today’s most challenging problems.”
Here are some of the products LG displayed at the event:
The E10 is a perfect response for business customers looking for eco-friendly and cost-efficient solutions. Much more efficient than previous generations of CCFL-backlit screens, the E10 reduces power consumption by around 40 percent (down from approximately 42W to 23W). Better still, its intuitive control, clear picture and mega dynamic contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1 all serve to make it a far more efficient tool at work.
IPS 1 and IPS6
LG will also be introducing its latest IPS monitors, which successfully blends image quality with low-power consumption. Through the marriage of IPS and LED, LG’s IPS1 and IPS6 monitors are designed to reduce eye fatigue and provide consistent colour and brightness at any viewing angle.
LG’s W63D 3D gaming monitor delivers a more realistic 3D experience with more than double the resolution of regular HD monitors. The extremely high picture quality means longer periods of viewing without discomfort.
LG’s Super+ Resolution Technology LED Monitors
LG’s LED monitor range, including the E50VR, E60 and E80, will also be on show at IFA. Through a high contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1 and LG’s SUPER + Resolution technology – which provides a realistic picture in HD while also upscaling SD content to HD – the E50VR and E80 deliver exceptionally crisp and vivid images. The secret behind LG’s SUPER + Resolution is the IC (Image Clear) Engine chip, which uses a Full HD-compatible single-frame algorithm to eliminate frame delay, without the need for any external memory or software.