LG Electronics has introduced a new line of monitors, the IPS4 series that features In-Plane Switching (IPS) rather than conventional Twisted Nematic (TN) panels, delivers stunning picture quality, lifelike color expression, original color consistency, and exceptional picture quality and unmatched color shift-free wide viewing.
The new LG IPS monitors offers an impressively wide viewing-angle of 178 degrees that enable users to enjoy superb picture quality without any color shift whether sitting, standing or lying down.
The new ISP series also offers Smooth Color Change (SCC) that helps eliminates blur generated from rapid motion in action scenes, sports or video games so that viewers feel less eye fatigue even during longer viewing sessions.
The new LG IPS4 series is also able to reproduce original colors by boosting color consistency and minimizing color changes, that virtually eliminating the gap between what is shot and what is shown.
The new series also offers a number of easy-to-use functions including the Dual Smart Solution feature that uses a simple one-click set-up to run dual monitors, and even creates a dual taskbar and auto-optimized dual web split screen.
The Dual Screen feature function help optimizing the window size to automatically divide the screen to view multiple web pages, making it easier than ever before to multitask online.
The new LG IPS4 series will arrive in Asia market starting May 2012 followed by Europe and North America. We don’t have any details on its prices but have read enough hints that they are going to be much more affordable than conventional LED monitor on the market.