LG Unveils New 32SQ780S Smart Monitor

LG has released the new 32SQ780S smart monitor, which can run webOS 22 without connecting a computer or other devices, and can also realize remote workstations, home exercise, games, and various entertainment applications, thereby enriching home entertainment life.

The 32SQ780S smart display uses a 31.5-inch VA panel with a display ratio of 16:9, a resolution of 3840×2160, a refresh rate of 65Hz, and a response time of 5ms. The viewing angle is 178 degrees, the peak brightness is 250 nits, the contrast ratio is 3000:1, the DCI-P3 color gamut is 90%, and it supports HDR10. It has two HDMI ports and provides a USB Type-C port that supports a 65W power supply, as well as three USB 2.0 ports and two built-in 5W speakers.

Equipped with an LG Ergo stand, this smart monitor can be easily retracted, rotated, raised, and tilted for the best viewing angle. For a long time, the LG Ergo stand has a good reputation in the market. It provides vertical and horizontal modes to adapt to users’ needs and preferences in different scenarios. It is easy to install, easy to use and provides the most comfortable use angle.

The 32SQ780S smart monitor can download various home office applications from LG Content Studio, while the LG ThinQ Homeboard supports webOS-based IoT services. It also takes advantage of MiraCast’s support for smart wireless connectivity, allowing users to mirror their smartphone screen on a smart display.

It is understood that the suggested retail price of the 32SQ780S smart display is US$499.99, and it will be the first to be listed in the United States in early November, and then in other regions.