LG Nano IPS Computer Monitors Raise the Bar for Professionals

LG Nano IPS Computer Monitors Raise the Bar for Professionals

Today’s use of desktop computer monitors is radically different from that of yesterday’s all-purpose passive display devices. Current uses have expanded into specialized fields, along with the technology of the displays themselves.

Content Creation Monitors, for example, need superior picture quality and a wide color gamut to facilitate professional photo editing, graphic design, and video / music mixing. Quality and precise calibration are key.

Gaming Monitors need to keep up with hardcore gameplay with ultra-quick responsiveness to high resolution movies and streaming.

Multi-Purpose Monitors require multiple ports for easy connectivity with multiple devices, and user convenience is a priority. Built-in speakers are an advantage for videoconferencing, webinars, entertainment.

Multitasking Monitors, with their large, wide screens, are creating better, less cluttered workspaces for stock trading, financial analysis and other multi-screen applications that would previously require multiple monitors on one desk.

Especially for content creators and hardcore gamers, the wide color gamut is a must-have. But it’s hard to think of any professional application that would not benefit, no matter how you look at it.

LG’s In-Plane Switching (IPS) is renowned for color expression and image clarity at wide viewing angles. Viewers seated off-axis can still see the richness of color and contrast, and graphics and text remain crisp.

LG’s Nano IPS is an advanced display technology, combining nanometer-sized particles with IPS technology. The nano particles are applied to the screen’s LED, where they absorb excess, unnecessary light wavelengths, realizing richer color expression for content from single images and video to CG, at virtually any angle.

The Nano IPS wide color gamut covers 98 percent of the digital cinema industry standard DCI-P3 color space, and 135% of sRGB. With LG Nano IPS monitors, professionals have exciting new equipment with which to work their magic.


Like so many around the world, LG Electronics has been proactively dealing with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. In light of business uncertainties arising from this national and international crisis, we want you to know that LG is here for you – focused on business continuity and minimizing disruptions.

LG’s top priority is the health of our employees who support customers like you day in and day out. Protective measures include suspending business travel, restricting visitors, sanitizing facilities and wherever possible working remotely and meeting virtually for social distancing. We have established a comprehensive response protocol for managing exposure risks and responding quickly at the local and national levels. LG will continue to monitor the evolving situation and follow guidance from government authorities and health agencies.

During these challenging times, we are confident in our ability to continue providing you with the high level of support you’ve come to expect from LG. Our plants are up and running and at this time our inventory levels are generally healthy. Depending on how things progress, there may be some logistics challenges, and we will work with you on delivery schedules. The bottom line: even working remotely, the LG team is at your service as always.

Thank you for your partnership and trust in us, especially during these precarious times as we weather this storm together. Even with the uncertainty in the weeks and months ahead, LG will continue to take responsible, proactive steps to mitigate risks while doing everything within our power to protect our colleagues, valued customers, loyal partners and communities from the effects of this pandemic.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to your LG representative.


Be well.


Nicolas Min
Senior Vice President,
LG Business Solutions USA

LG Gaming Monitors and Commercial Displays Deploy in Caldwell University Esports Arena

LG Gaming Monitors and Commercial Displays Deploy in Caldwell University Esports Arena


Caldwell University in Caldwell, NJ wanted to bring a professional feel to its brand new esports arena. They wanted the best displays, computer components, and Internet service available for the arena, and they called on LG Business Solutions USA for the display segment.

The esports arena is now equipped with 12 LG 27-inch FHD UltraGear gaming monitors for the players. Additionally, two LG 43-inch 4K UHD displays show spectators the entire game field, including the players’ perspectives on each individual gaming monitor. The hallways surrounding the arena give guests a clear view of the action as well, with four LG 55-inch 4K UHD digital signage displays showing live competitions, practices, and recordings of past tournaments.

While many institutions have been slow to adapt, the trend has been changing. Caldwell has shown itself to be innovative and responsive to student needs, offering an outlet for professional and high-level amateur gamers to pursue esports as both a player and a manager, with the university’s first major and minor degree programs in esports management. The esports arena has become a favorite stop on new student tours.

Gearing up for the Win

LG’s 27GK75B-B 27-inch UltraGear gaming monitors are ideal for high-sensitivity online games, providing a 240Hz refresh rate for fluid motion, 1 millisecond latency, 400 nits of brightness, and custom controls for black levels and tilt/height/swivel adjustment. They render objects clearly for smooth gameplay and great visual fluidity, letting the player see even the dynamic and fast-moving objects amid all the action.

The 43-inch 4K UHD monitors 43BN70U-B provide outstanding Ultra HD performance due to the specially designed 4K display panel with In-Plane Switching (IPS), delivering great colors that remain virtually consistent at wide viewing angles, with four times the resolution of Full HD.

The 55-inch 55UU340C UHD commercial public display TV supports UHD/4K resolution to provide optimal viewing in diverse business environments, and automatically upgrades Full HD content to ULTRA HD through several steps of the upscaling processes. The TV can deliver intense highlights, vivid colors, and deep black by HDR10.

Caldwell University’s esports arena also has the fastest wired Internet access in the entire university, which combines with the fastest PCs and LG monitors to produce an unrivaled experience for students.

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Enter the LG Commercial Display Digital Experience 2020

Enter the LG Commercial Display Digital Experience 2020

It’s a virtual B2B trade show. LG has created a new webpage and loaded it with product information and videos to give you a full picture of the latest commercial display innovations we’re offering for 2020.

The LG Commercial Display Digital Experience 2020 will be a very handy resource, especially due to the current travel restrictions, global health situation and several shows already being postponed or canceled. You’ll still be able to see the latest from LG Commercial Displays, on your own schedule.

The new webpage covers a wide range of products, including:

LG Transparent OLED

130-inch All-in-one LED Screen

Premium Fine-pitch DVLED Lineup

Color Transparent LED Film

In-Cell Touch Interactive Digital Board

IR Touch Interactive Digital Board

IP-Rated Outdoor Display

NanoCell™ Hotel TV

We have new case study videos, including the Topgolf Digital Display Transformation across the U.S., KappAhl retail stores in Sweden, and Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO) in Moscow.

A complete datasheet package is available for download.

And there are a dozen more videos showing the latest LG commercial display products in action.

Your business needs to stand out, NOW. See how LG commercial displays can innovate your business spaces. Enter the LG Commercial Display Digital Experience 2020 today.

Come On In

Outshine the Sun with Window Facing Signage

Outshine the Sun with Window Facing Signage


The owner of a local small restaurant asked us recently how he could prevent the midday sunlight from washing out the daily menu on his digital display in the front window. He wondered about ways to block the sunlight from coming in. We asked what kind of display he was using and he said it was a consumer TV.

There are a few issues going on in this scenario. First, we explained that consumer TVs are not designed to be used as digital signage displays, as they lack the robust components and advanced technologies for use in challenging commercial environments. And even conventional digital signage displays could still have issues in direct sunlight. But the solution isn’t to shun the sun; the solution we recommend is window facing signage.

What is Window Facing Signage?

Digital signage installed in windows should represent the brand and the dignity of the shop, and should be able to easily catch the attention of passing pedestrians. In direct sunlight, conventional digital signage screens can appear blurred or washed out. And at night, when there’s not much surrounding light, a bright screen can cause glare. Therefore, the signage in the window needs to be purpose-built for the job.

The new 49-inch and 55-inch LG XS4F series indoor window facing signage, for example, delivers clear content day or night via a smart brightness control system. The system uses an illuminance sensor to monitor the surrounding lighting and adjusts screen brightness automatically – increasing the brightness up to 4,000 nits during the day, and reducing brightness at night for efficient power management. If desired, the display brightness can be adjusted according to a preset schedule.

To attract the most attention, XS4F series displays feature a 178° wide viewing angle thanks to LG’s In-Plane Switching (IPS) technology, and deliver clear images with accurate color from virtually any point of view. Another IPS advantage is that it can virtually eliminate the screen blackening effect sometimes seen in non-IPS panels that are overheated by direct sunlight. What’s more, XS4F screens include quarter-wave plate technology, which solves the problem of viewing digital displays through polarized sunglasses.

Because the digital signage to be installed in windows features high brightness, it is necessary to prepare for the temperature increase accordingly. Generally, a cooling system would be required to make the signage operate at the optimal temperature. But the XS4F series can be operated without the need for a separate fan, and therefore results in minimal noise.

LG XS4F series window facing signage is designed to operate in a wide range of temperatures and features a conformal coating on the main board and power board to protect against degradation from dust, iron powder and humidity. The displays offer a variety of connectivity options, including RS-232 in/out, eight ohm audio out, two HDMI in, DP in/out, DVI-D in, USB in, audio in, LAN, IR & light sensor, and an SD card slot. Also included is a 600mm x 400mm VESA-compliant mount interface and three-year limited warranty.

On a beautiful sunny day there are plenty of potential customers out and about. Your message just needs to outshine the sun.