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LG Ergo Concept Monitors - 2LG announced its Ergo concept monitors which are designed to take productivity, comfort, and convenience to the next level and are ideal for those working remotely due to social distancing.

Paired with the LG UltraGear, UltraWide, UltraFine, and QHD monitor series displays, the Ergo concept design delivers the ultimate flexibility for your workspace or gaming room. The 27UN880 in particular delivers the simplicity of the USB-C One Cable solution, giving you unparalleled convenience.

LG Ergo concept monitors let users quickly and easily adjust the position of the displays to suit their needs. The screen can be positioned outward away from the wall, up to eye-level, or down to desk-level. Tilt it forward or back, and even pivot it through 90 degrees, letting users configure their work environment to their exact preferences.

LG monitors featuring the Ergo can move up or down across a range of 130mm, toward or away from the user across a depth of 180mm, and can swivel to face the opposite direction (up to 280 degrees), to the benefit of collaborative work.

Tilting up to 25 degrees in either direction and able to rotate from landscape to portrait and back, LG’s Ergo concept Monitors can meet the individual preferences of each user, giving complete freedom and absolute comfort for work and play.

Using a large C-type clamp, the Ergo affixes easily to the edge of your desk or table, giving far greater space efficiency than a conventional monitor stand. Alternatively, it can be fitted directly into a desk’s cable hole and secured with the included T-type clamp, with the wires running neatly through its shaft for a clean, clutter-free workspace.

The Ergo concept will initially be available with three of LG’s premium IPS monitors:

  • UltraGear Nano IPS 1ms (GTG) Gaming Monitor (27GN880)
  • LG 21:9 UltraWide (34WN780)
  • LG UltraFine 4K (27UN880)

The 27UN880, in particular, supports USB-C connectivity for wider compatibility with the latest laptops, and for convenient charging without the need for an adaptor.

“The unique LG Ergo concept elevates the value of our latest monitors, adding ergonomic comfort and maximum flexibility to superior IPS picture quality and multitasking features. We’re excited to bring this new technology to the Philippine market this year. Follow our social media pages as we count down on its arrival. We will continue to lead the premium monitor market with products that leverage our leadership in technology and design to deliver better user experiences.”

 

– Sungjae Kim, LG Philippines’ Managing Director

For more information on LG’s products in the Philippines, click here.

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.