Understanding LG webOS™ Signage – The Platform of Possibilities (Part 2)

Understanding LG webOS Signage – The Platform of Possibilities (Part 2)

In our last post we explored LG’s webOS Signage, what it is and what it does. Today we’ll conclude with why you might want webOS Signage, and five of its key strengths.


Benefits for LG Partner Companies

Combining the computer processing and application execution into the display itself enables LG partners to harness the power of the webOS Signage platform for their own custom solutions, and even branch out into new markets with new solutions to expand their business portfolio. In addition to LG’s mainstream SM and UH series product lines that provide all the core features a commercial environment needs, webOS Signage is featured in specialty products such as high brightness outdoor displays, ultra-stretch signage and even Direct View LED (DVLED), giving partners the capability to run applications on a wide variety of LG displays. Partner apps built for webOS Signage can be structured as a cloud-based solution to update and show content, a hybrid with server, or totally offline with onboard storage. End users access the partner app functions via that app’s own management console.


Benefits for End Users

Working with a systems integrator, end users can choose an LG partner solution running on webOS Signage to simplify their digital signage user experience while enhancing its capabilities, and improving the digital experiences they offer their own customers. LG webOS Signage can work with digital signage across multiple business locations, whether across town or across the globe, with virtually no limit to the number of devices that can be connected. And with over 45 LG-certified partners in North America, end users can be assured of getting the right solution to empower their digital signage network for the best outcomes.


The Five Pillars of LG webOS Signage

1) Web-Based Standards

webOS Signage supports cross browser, utilizing common web standards including HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS. These One-Source Multi-Use (OSMU) HTML5-based apps can run on virtually any platform or device, and you can access your content directly from a device with a network connection.

2) Integrated Media Player

webOS Signage ensures fewer things to worry about in installation, management, and support. Embedded SoC eliminates external media players and related mounting hardware and cables, and can reduce costs/complexity, minimize failure points, and lower energy consumption.

3) Remote Device Management

webOS Signage provides tools for full remote control and visibility into the display resources (display & power, device management & monitoring, advanced file handling, screenshots). End-user access is via the partner app’s management console.

4) Interactive Applications

webOS Signage supports connection to external devices and sensors such as Beacon, GPIO, RFID, NFC, Barcode, Touch, Temperature, Light, Humidity, Pressure, Camera, and Printer, for interactive applications and environmental data collection to provide the best content at any given time. Voice commands and even audience measurement are now possible via partner applications.

5) Platform Security

LG webOS is equipped with UL Certification: Software Cybersecurity for Network-Connectable Products. It undergoes periodic internal penetration tests and processes for vulnerability management, and provides protection against outside access to ensure file integrity and network security.


webOS Signage Is Used Across Numerous Industries

Customers are using LG webOS Signage for QSR/Fast Casual, Corporate Communications, Retail, Healthcare, Hospitality, Sports & Entertainment, Transportation, Education, and other industries. The wide array of world-class supporting applications from LG partners makes it all possible.


Reasons to Believe

LG Business Solutions believes in putting the best foot forward for its clients. From a support perspective, a large portion of the new features brought to market are market-driven, and voice-of-customer driven. LG gathers all the pain points and requests from the market, and if a solution can be provided without having to incur additional cost for the displays, LG includes it. webOS Signage is a true platform strategy from LG – a ‘solutions-oriented enabler’ that empowers businesses for success.

Understanding LG webOS™ Signage – The Platform of Possibilities (Part 1)

Understanding LG webOS Signage – The Platform of Possibilities (Part 1)

The use of digital signage has proliferated across a multitude of businesses, for delivering targeted content to customers, visitors and employees. As digital displays become more sophisticated, they can enable innovative new features and functions to transform environments and further elevate the experiences they provide. And as the features and functions increase, so does the need to enable them across digital signage networks. LG has the solution: webOS Signage.


What is webOS?

webOS is LG’s powerful and versatile platform widely available in a variety of LG products that come with a display running with a smart component. LG consumer TVs, AI robots, watches, refrigerators and car infotainment systems, plus digital signage displays and Pro:Centric® commercial hospitality TVs,* are all webOS-based.


What is webOS Signage?

LG webOS Signage is a commercial branch of webOS that is used for LG smart digital signage displays. The platform is pre-loaded with native apps such as the subscription-based SuperSign™ Content Management System (CMS) and Signage365Care, plus a basic content manager and management console. webOS Signage provides content delivery and management without requiring an HDMI input.

Even more important, webOS Signage enables LG to provide Application Programming Interfaces (API) allowing for the development and use of third-party software applications by LG partner companies, in order to customize digital signage solutions for virtually any business and numerous industries. Through webOS Signage, these partner applications, including a wide array of digital signage CMS, run directly on LG smart signage displays. The process is made possible by an embedded System-on-Chip (SoC) processor within LG smart commercial displays (series SM and higher) running webOS Signage.


What is SoC?

According to Techopedia, SoC combines the required electronic circuits of various computer components onto a single, integrated chip (IC). SoC is a complete electronic substrate system that may contain analog, digital, mixed-signal or radio frequency functions. Its components usually include a graphical processing unit (GPU), a central processing unit (CPU) that may be multi-core, and system memory (RAM).**

Stay tuned. In our next post we’ll get into the benefits of LG webOS Signage for LG partners and end users, and cover the Five Pillars of webOS Signage and why they matter.


* LG’s Pro:Centric on webOS is a commercial branch of webOS for hotel guest room TVs. The Pro:Centric application environment provides extended customizable tools including HTML5, Java, and Flash. With these tools, LG systems integrator partners can optimize the full range of LG hospitality TVs and develop their own enhanced services. This increased control and customization provides premium hotel services to guests without the need for a set-top box. For hotels looking to retrofit their existing legacy TVs rather than purchase new TVs, LG’s Pro:Centric-enabled set top box provides all the same tools and benefits without the need to replace recently purchased TVs.

** https://www.techopedia.com/definition/702/system-on-a-chip-soc

Join Us for an InfoComm 2020 Connected Panel Session: Topgolf Technology Transformation

On Tuesday, June 16, from 4:30 to 5:00 p.m. EDT, our expert panel will explore Topgolf’s major digital signage upgrade.

Topgolf, LG Business Solutions, Diem Digital and SAVI Controls have partnered to transform more than 50 Topgolf locations into the ultimate golf and entertainment experience using the latest in display and automation technology.

Watch the Topgolf project profile video below to see the technology transformation.

In this InfoComm 2020 Connected panel session, representatives from each organization will discuss how this game-changing partnership has enabled Topgolf to reach its business goals and provide its customers with a more fulfilling and memorable golf experience.

Plus, the expert panel will share thoughts on the evolution of automated commercial displays and how it has impacted the customer experience in entertainment venues.


Register Now for the Virtual Event

Check out this video to see the technology transformation:

Elevating Display Technology with Nano IPS

Elevating Display Technology with Nano IPS

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.

Many computer monitors use a liquid crystal display (LCD). Although LCD monitors are called by a variety of names, the technology is essentially the same in that the pixels need to be illuminated by an external light source. Today’s LCD monitors predominantly use bright, light-emitting diodes (LED) for illumination, and for that reason are sometimes dubbed “LED monitors.”


In-Plane Switching (IPS) Technology

LG’s IPS is an acclaimed LCD technology that dramatically increases image quality. The latest IPS advancements are the result of engineering breakthroughs that allow an exceptionally efficient transmission of the light source through the panel, and backlights do not need to be powerful and energy-consuming to drive the displays. IPS technology offers key advantages over conventional Twisted Nematic (TN) and Vertical Alignment (VA) computer monitor technologies.

IPS delivers a wide viewing angle up to 178 degrees, where color values and contrast are consistent, graphics are crisp and data is clearly readable. It also provides high-quality color reproduction for critical image evaluation, and the color accuracy remains consistent over long-term use. What’s more, IPS technology is stable and reliable—there’s virtually no image distortion when tapping or rubbing on the screen.


Nano IPS Enhances IPS Technology

LG’s Nano IPS™ is a next-generation LCD technology that combines nanometer-sized particles with IPS technology. The nano particles are applied to the screen’s LED backlight, where they absorb excess, unnecessary light wavelengths, realizing rich color expression for a wide range of content from single images and video to computer-generated imagery, at virtually any viewing angle.

Nano IPS monitors enhance color expression. They provide a wide color gamut covering 98 percent of the digital cinema industry standard DCI-P3 color space, and 135 percent of sRGB, which is ideal for expert-level creative work such as high-resolution image retouching with large amounts of color information. LG Nano IPS monitors are also equipped with VESA DisplayHDR™ 400 or 600, depending on display brightness, for bolder contrast between the brightest and darkest areas of the screen. With the rich and intricate color expression and better contrast, the color of digital content can become increasingly vivid and lifelike across various categories:

Movies – When details are lost in high brightness areas, lack of contrast results in a monochrome representation. Nano IPS overcomes this problem by rendering details even in high brightness areas.

2D Animation – In the bright areas, Nano IPS represents a detailed image, virtually eliminating issues with lost and blurry details around lights.

Gaming – Nano IPS provides a wide color gamut capable of displaying virtually every detail of the game.



It’s hard to think of any professional application that would not benefit from LG Nano IPS technology, no matter how you look at it. With Nano IPS monitors, professionals have exciting new equipment with which to work their magic.

Discover LG Nano IPS Computer Monitors today.

Eight Ways to Effectively Use Digital Signage in Schools

Eight Ways to Effectively Use Digital Signage in Schools

Digital signage is changing the game for communications on campus by creating a unique and integrated campus experience for students, faculty, alumni and visitors. And when you consider the education market, there’s probably a need for just about every type of commercial display, whether for K-12 or higher education. In fact, just about every area within a school could benefit by having digital signage. Here are eight places where digital signage can work wonders.


1) Make a Great First Impression

As students, visitors and faculty walk up to the school, greeting them with welcome messaging and school news headlines on outdoor digital signage is a great way to make a solid impression. And digital signs located in the lobby or administrative area can also serve to greet guests, entertain visitors in waiting areas, and provide a pleasing atmosphere while enhancing your institution’s brand.


2) Provide Dynamic Wayfinding

Interactive digital signs located throughout the campus are an excellent way to help everyone locate destinations and find their way around. And because digital signage is easy to update, maps and directions can be changed as needed. Depending on the location, both touch screen and non-touch displays can offer great wayfinding assistance.


3) Deliver Content Dynamically

The dynamic nature of digital signage allows you to display a multimedia experience that is far more attention-grabbing than a static sign or flyer. Placed in key common areas throughout campus, digital signs can deliver school news, promote events to boost attendance and support, display scheduling or class changes, recognize alumni or valued contributors with donor boards, promote personal recognition and highlight various achievements by students and faculty. This kind of signage can serve as the heart of the network throughout the school.


4) Promote Safety

In the event of an emergency, a digital signage network can be used to quickly push critical information and provide necessary instructions to ensure the safety of everyone on campus. A platform such as LG’s webOS™ Signage can allow content takeover on the entire network of campus digital signage, specific groups of displays or even individual displays, for real-time emergency alerts, health alerts, wayfinding, social distancing messages and more.


5) Facilitate Interactive Learning

Digital displays can support classes or lectures with high-resolution still images or video, and allow presenters to interact with the content to create an engaging learning environment. An interactive digital board (IDB), also known as an interactive whiteboard, is an ideal touchscreen solution for the classroom. IDBs encourage participation by providing the ability to write on the display, and the screen image can be mirrored onto students’ tablets and laptops.


6) Improve Faculty & Staff Communications

Documents and other content can be shared through digital signage, improving communication and collaboration, and streamlining workflow. And small digital signs located outside of meeting rooms can be tied into the scheduling system to highlight room availability and provide a brief outline of meeting topics.


7) Drive Revenue

From outdoor sports fields to bookstores to cafeterias and pop-up stands, virtually any digital signage display can help drive sales and increase co-op ad revenue with branded messaging and advertising.


8) Enhance Theaters

Whether it’s showcasing a lesson that captures the imagination with colorful content, or amplifying the energy of a live performance, a high-quality video wall or large indoor LED screen is a core technology for an auditorium, music hall, art facility, lecture hall or other large space in a high school or college.


LG Is the Right Choice for Education

From outdoor spaces and indoor common areas, to classrooms, theaters and meeting centers, LG Business Solutions offers digital signage to meet virtually any need. And the LG webOS Signage platform can serve as the heart of the entire network of digital signs, providing powerful multimedia capabilities and critical management tools, plus integrated remote management capability that allows monitoring and control of the webOS network. As schools adjust plans for technology buys to react to COVID-19, as well as budget conditions, standardization of technology can help reduce costs. Leveraging LG webOS Signage can help lower install costs and help reduce potential points of failure.


Learn about LG digital signage solutions for education here.

LG Business Solutions – the Right Choice for Government

LG Business Solutions – the Right Choice for Government

According to Gartner, the government and education markets are expected to reach more than $652 billion (constant USD) in IT spending by 2023. A compound annual growth rate of 3.3% is forecasted from 2017 to 2023. IT investments continue in legacy system modernization and digital business transformation programs.*

That’s good news for LG Business Solutions and partners, as LG offers high qualifications for government business. Here’s an overview:


LG Key Points for Government

TAA Compliance – GSA Schedule Contracts are subject to the Trade Agreements Act. Many LG products are created in TAA designated countries, allowing compliance for federal procurement.

EPEAT Recognized – The Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool helps government purchasing agents evaluate and assess products based on their potential environmental impact. LG Electronics, Inc. is a recognized EPEAT manufacturer, offering solutions for a variety of government agencies.

Energy Star® Qualified – LG Electronics, Inc., offers more than 800 Energy Star qualified models across a wide range of product categories including computer monitors, TVs, room air conditioners, home appliances and LED lighting.

CTPAT Member – As a member of the Customs Trade Partnership against Terrorism (CTPAT) program established by US Customs and Border Protection, LG Electronics USA, Inc. (“LGEUS”), the U.S. subsidiary of LG Electronics, Inc., understands the importance of providing a secure supply chain to our federal community and is committed to reducing threats.

Section 508 Compliant – LGEUS is committed to providing access to our LCD monitors for individuals with disabilities and follows Section 508 regarding accessibility of electronics and information technology products and services for the disabled. LGEUS offers a Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates (VPAT) product database to provide detailed information on the accessibility features that support Section 508 requirements.

ISO 9001 Certified – LG Electronics, Inc., is Certified ISO 9001, recognized for its quality management system.

Dedicated Government Team, Resources and Programs – LGEUS has a dedicated government team with over 30 years’ experience, and a large portfolio of TAA-compliant products in sizes from 24-inches to 98-inches. Resources and programs for the government community include:

  • Federal Discount Program and Federal Deal Registration available to qualified customers
  • Demo Program available for qualified customers
  • Access to marketing materials
  • Capture Services and Bid Support
  • Lucrative LG Pro partner program
  • Dedicated Sales Specialist
  • Free Tech Support with direct Engineer Access
  • Compliance Assistance


LG Vast Product Portfolio for Government

The categories listed below are a representation of a wide array of products that LG makes available for government. Because of the breadth and depth of the categories, this snapshot will give you an idea why LG business solutions are right for the government marketplace.

TAA Cloud Products – LG Thin and Zero Clients including All-in-One (AIO) models that feature LG’s acclaimed In-Plane Switching (IPS) screen technology, which offers outstanding image quality and wide viewing angles. Upon request, LG can ship evaluation units for testing purposes.

24-inch TAA FHD IPS Computer Monitor – Designed for professionals, this Full HD display with IPS technology minimizes color shift and provides crisp, clear and vivid images from virtually any viewing angle.

34-inch TAA UltraWide WFHD IPS Desktop Monitor – The 21:9 aspect ratio provides more room than a standard 16:9 display, offering a wider workspace for viewing multiple documents at once. 3,440 x 1,440 resolution

43-inch TAA UHD 4K IPS Multitasking Monitor – With nearly as much screen area as four 21.5-inch monitors, this Ultra HD 4K workhorse can multitask in exciting new ways. Accepts up to 4 HDMI input sources.

65-inch TAA FHD Interactive Digital Board – Experience 40-point multi-touch and writing functionality and facilitate efficient team collaboration without a PC. 65” P-CAP touch panel

55-inch TAA FHD IPS Premium Video Wall – With a thin 0.9mm bezel, 700-nit brightness and 24/7 operation, this video wall is ideal for command and control centers. Three new products are also available with 0.44mm bezel, plus smart calibration via remote control, with the top-tier model offering an external power supply for power redundancy.

TAA UHD IPS Smart Digital Signage – These 49” – 98” displays provide beautiful images and are compatible with the Cisco Spark video conferencing room kit. Ideal for meeting rooms and conference centers.

TAA UHD IPS TV Signage – These 43” – 86” displays are Crestron Connected® Certified for compatibility with AV control systems and specifically designed for business environments. 3,840 x 2,150 resolution

130-inch TAA All-in-One LED Signage – Where large images are required; this vibrant display provides built-in sound and an optional rolling stand. The small 1.5mm pixel pitch makes it perfect for close viewing.

LG gram for business Laptops – Certified MIL-STD-810G durability (MIL-STD-810G, Environmental Engineering Considerations and Laboratory Tests, is a United States Department of Defense test method standard), with 14-inch, 15.6-inch and 17-inch IPS screens, plus a TAA 14-inch, 2-in-1 laptop/tablet model, all with Thunderbolt 3, long-lasting battery life and all weighing less than 3 lbs. Extremely thin and light, with high processing power for power users.

We’ve just scratched the surface. Learn more by visiting the LG Government Digital Experience 2020 today.

*Source: Gartner 1Q19 Update Published: 01 May 2019


LG Health Protocol Solutions Let Businesses Communicate Essential Messaging Right Where It’s Needed

LG Health Protocol Solutions Let Businesses Communicate Essential Messaging Right Where It’s Needed

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues and businesses across the country begin phased reopening, there remains an urgent need to communicate critical messaging to employees, customers and the public at large. A very effective way to do that is with digital signage.

As we’ve long known, digital signage can excel at attracting attention, displaying bright, clear content and compelling people to act. In retail, for example, digital signage usually attracts attention with advertisements for a sale, new product information or special offers. Today, however, there’s a new content strategy – one that helps ensure the health and safety of customers and employees.

Retail businesses can use digital signage to raise awareness of CDC guidelines for social distancing, mask wearing and routine hand washing. They can highlight special store hours and maximum occupancy limitations, display maps of store layouts, wayfinding information and directional routes to manage foot traffic through aisles. They can integrate with point-of-sale systems to show product availability and purchase limits for select items.

Another example is the workplace, where digital signage can be used at main entrances to point the way to temperature sensing stations, and display important public health information in hallways, cafeterias and other common areas. It can provide ongoing support for employees with the latest company news and announcements. And much like we’ve seen in healthcare facilities, digital signage can be used to help create a calming atmosphere, with tranquil scenic imagery, digital art and inspirational quotes.

During this time of crisis, digital signage heightens one of its greatest strengths by getting messages seen by as many people as possible – messages that can be updated or changed in real time, even remotely from a central location. What’s more, with currently available display mobility kits, digital signage can be placed virtually anywhere the message needs to be seen. Right now, LG is offering special digital signage packages for businesses like grocers, restaurants, home improvement centers, medical clinics, pharmacies, banks and more.

LG’s portfolio of digital signage displays includes high-haze outdoor and semi-outdoor models, indoor smart platform Ultra HD and HD displays, ultra-stretch screens, menu boards, video walls, and high-brightness window-facing signage, all of which can help deliver essential information in the right place at the right time to the right audience.

Featuring special bundles, our Health Protocol Solutions page will make it easy for you to get started.

LG’s New Entry-Level VL5F Displays Make It Easy to Add a Video Wall

LG’s New Entry-Level VL5F Displays Make It Easy to Add a Video Wall

As many businesses are currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some are using this time to remodel, focusing on providing a better customer experience for the future. One of the ways businesses can enhance their customer experience is with digital signage, and the current climate brings a need to clearly communicate new messaging to customers, visitors, employees, patients, students, and others.

One of the most effective ways to get a message seen by as many people as possible in a variety of business environments is with a video wall: Individual display screens tiled together to create one impressively large screen that can effortlessly capture the attention of passersby.

LG’s new entry-level VL5F series Full HD (1,920 x 1,080) video wall displays can make an interior digital renovation a smart plan, in both budget and deployment. Available in 49- and 55-inch models at attractive price points, these Energy Star® certified displays are rated for 24-hour operation and feature an ultra-narrow bezel-to-bezel width of 3.5mm, rendering a virtually seamless image when the displays are tiled into one screen.

When multiple screens create a single screen, high image quality from edge to edge is essential. LG’s In-Plane Switching (IPS) technology is an advantage, as it provides a wide viewing angle of up to 178 degrees, horizontally and vertically, where color is rich and true, contrast is high and text is crisp. IPS brings out the full beauty of Full HD. And to ensure that the images are less obstructed by the thin bezels, the VL5F series includes an image improvement algorithm that can reduce image gaps among tiled displays when playing back videos—objects located on the bezel boundaries are adjusted accordingly.

Setting up and operating a VL5F series video wall is straightforward. Depending on the content, the color temperature of the display can be adjusted using a remote control. White balance adjustment is detailed and precise, as adjustments can be made with the ability to modify each value of grayscale. In addition, a user-friendly menu structure groups similar functions together with a four-way navigation remote control, so users can avoid trial-and-error when exploring desired functions and managing displays. A large font makes for better visibility, which may be necessary when users want to control displays from relatively far distances.

Content creation and management is facilitated with LG SuperSign™ CMS all-in-one content management software for editing, scheduling and distribution. Included are 100 templates and various special effects to augment the look and feel.

LG VL5F series video wall displays include a commercial 3-year limited warranty, and an Enhanced Service Plan is available for an additional fee to ensure businesses get the most from their investment. The design and operation of this video wall display is attractive and highly functional and can be used to deliver alerts, instructions, advertising and myriad information in a variety of business environments, making for an enhanced experience when the doors open again.

Stratodesk and LG – Making Work From Home Reliable and Secure

Stratodesk and LG – Making Work From Home Reliable and Secure
With more workers around the world now accessing vital work applications and data from home, it is clearer than ever before how necessary having a secure and reliable work from home strategy is. 

However, there are many obstacles between you and the perfect, harmonious work from home deployment. These include, connecting remote users securely with the apps and data they need, ensuring ongoing security for your remote endpoints in the event that they are lost or stolen, and managing configuring and managing remote devices outside your corporate perimeter. 


How do you enable secure access to apps and data for remote users? 

When it comes to enabling work from home, there are several challenges you are bound to face. To begin with, you must make sure that all end users have the devices they need to get their most important work tasks done. 

When we see what has happened in the current crisis situation, for example, it becomes painfully apparent that in a moment’s notice, workers might have to access EVERYTHING remotely.

IT is faced with a seemingly impossible challenge. What if workers require access to specialized applications? Will you rely on their home and personal devices? Will you purchase all employees dedicated, new devices? How do you do so without spending a fortune?

In addition to the hardware problem – getting the right devices to the right people at the right time – there’s the security problem. How on earth do you ensure security on the endpoint for all of these devices? These devices will be accessing confidential corporate information regularly. Are you okay with that information being housed on endpoint devices outside your corporate perimeter? Are you able to handle the ramifications of those devices being lost or stolen? 

Also, how do you enable appropriate licensing? Software must be properly licensed on each endpoint, updated, patched, and maintained. Additionally, malware and antivirus contracts must be provided. 

Lastly, IT must provide excellent technical support for potentially thousands of remote devices, scattered around the world, with different hardware specifications, and multiple different software versions housed on each and every one.


Enrich your secure digital perimeter with

LG Thin Clients

Luckily for IT and workers everywhere, there is a solution.

LG Thin Clients ensure the ultimate work experience, assuring enterprises continued productivity – in the midst of a crisis, or just everyday – without breaking the bank.

LG Thin Clients are the ideal complement to your VDI or Cloud solution. When accessing their apps and data from these secure devices, workers will feel as though they are accessing desktops and applications located on the devices right in front of them. In case a device is lost or stolen, IT can rest assured. Vital corporate data are not stored on the Thin Client device. Instead, they are securely housed in the company’s on-premises infrastructure or in the Cloud.

LG offers several different form factors that are ideal for work from home. For example, organizations can make use of the LG All-in-One Thin Client – the ultimate thin client for work from home use. This Thin Client boasts a monitor and a Thin Client combined. It is powerful and the ideal fit for virtually any use case. 


LG partners with endpoint solution leader, Stratodesk, to enable seamless device/peripheral management and automatic configuration.

Stratodesk NoTouch software is the ideal complement to LG Thin Clients, comes on LG Thin Clients directly out of the box, or can be deployed onto new and existing Thin Clients in a matter of minutes. NoTouch is fully secure, Linux-based, and contains the clients for major VDI solutions directly out of the box. NoTouch software also includes the unrivaled, automated endpoint management solution, NoTouch Center, enabling IT to manage thousands of devices from the convenience of one location. 

It is the perfect remote work solution — permitting seamless work from home natively while also offering enterprise enhancements like Cloud Xtension, Disk Encryption, and beyond, to make work from home accessible to any organization. 

Enterprises, organizations and businesses of all sizes around the world can bolster their secure, digital perimeter while empowering work from home with a combination of Stratodesk software and LG Thin Clients.

New LG gram for Business Laptops Equip Power Users with Versatility, Portability and Long-lasting Battery Life

New LG gram for Business Laptops Equip Power Users with Versatility, Portability and Long-lasting Battery Life

Ideal for small- and medium-sized businesses, creative professionals and content lovers, the 2020 LG gram for business laptops can enable power users to do what they want, when they want and where they want.

Available in 14-, 15.6- and 17-inch models, plus a 14-inch convertible touchscreen tablet version, every LG gram laptop is ultra-portable, measuring 0.7 inches thick and weighing less than three pounds. These beautiful, sleek dark silver laptops are designed to excel at virtually every task a modern business professional might encounter, while being very lightweight and having military-grade durability.*


Meet the Power Team
The new 2020 LG gram for business lineup brings eight models, all running Windows 10 Professional (64 bit) OS:
• 14.0” gram Laptop, White color, with Intel® Core™ i5 processor, FHD IPS Screen, 8GB DDR4 RAM & 256GB SSD
• 14.0” gram Laptop with Intel® Core™ i7 processor, FHD IPS Screen, 16GB DDR4 RAM & 512GB SSD
• 14.0” 2-in-1 TAA FHD IPS Touch gram Laptop with Stylus, Intel® Core™ i7 processor, 16GB DDR4 RAM & 512GB SSD
• 15.6” gram Laptop with Intel® Core™ i5 processor, FHD IPS Screen, 8GB DDR4 RAM & 512GB SSD
• 15.6” gram Laptop with Intel® Core™ i7 processor, FHD IPS Screen, 16GB DDR4 RAM & 1TB SSD
• 17” gram Laptop, with Intel® Core™ i7 processor, WQXGA (2560 x 1600) IPS Screen, 16GB DDR4 RAM & 512GB SSD
• 17” gram Laptop, with Intel® Core™ i7 processor, WQXGA (2560 x 1600) IPS Screen, 16GB DDR4 RAM & 1TB SSD
• 17” gram Laptop, White color, with Intel® Core™ i7 processor, WQXGA (2560 x 1600) IPS Screen, 16GB DDR4 RAM & 1TB SSD


Purpose-Built for Business
When LG says business, they mean it. In addition to the Windows 10 Professional and 10th Gen. Intel® Core™ processors, the 2020 LG gram for business series packs an array of other mission-critical performance features:
• Intel® Iris® Plus Graphics for high-level content production, including 4K video, high-resolution photo editing and 1080p gaming.
• WQXGA (2560 x 1600) Resolution (LG gram 17) is a higher resolution than Full HD and expresses a more precise and detailed image on a big screen, so you get a clearer and larger space to view more thumbnails and layers.
• 16:10 Aspect Ratio (LG gram 17) for improved productivity, especially while editing video, typing documents or searching the web.
• MIL-STD-810G Design for proven durability and reliability that checks seven factors from shock and dust to extreme temperatures.*
• Long-lasting Battery Life with up to 20.5 hours (72Wh, LG gram 14 2-in-1), 18.5 hours (80Wh, LG gram 15; 72Wh, LG gram 14), and 17 hours (80Wh, LG gram 17).** Enough to power through a busy day long after others have gone searching for an AC outlet.
• Fingerprint Reader to conveniently log on or reawaken the laptop with a simple touch.
• Thunderbolt 3™ enables the use of external displays or peripherals without a power outlet plus fast data transfer and smooth display of 4K/5K video.
• Convertible Touchscreen LCD (LG gram 14 2-in-1) that rotates to become a tablet; a Wacom AES 2.0 Pen is included.
• Corning® Gorilla® Glass 6 (LG gram 14 2-in-1) stands up to hard use.
• TAA Compliance for government purchases (LG gram 14 2-in-1); NOTE: LG can make any of the new LG gram for business series TAA-compliant if it is built to order.
• DTS:X Ultra provides immersive 3D audio rendering with or without headphones.
• Plenty of Ports – In addition to Thunderbolt™ 3, you get an HDMI port, multiple USB 3.1 ports, USB 3.1 Type-C port, UFS/Micro-SD port, RJ45 Ethernet (USB-C port with RJ45 gender), Headphone Out, and DC-In.
• Optional Extended Warranty with LG ExtendedCare™
• Additional Services via LG Enhanced Service Plan to maximize your investment.

At a time when more and more meetings are being held virtually and employees are more likely to work from home, it pays off for businesses to provide their employees reliable, powerful laptops with extended battery life to meet their demanding daily needs. The new LG gram for business series fits the bill.

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*Passed 7 different MIL-STD 810G Tests for durability conducted by KOLAS Labs that conforms to U.S. military standards. Compliant with the following methods for MIL-STD-810G: 500.6 Procedures I and II – Low pressure (altitude); 501.6 and 502.6 Procedures I and II – Temperature; 509.6 – Salt fog; 514.7 – Vibration; 516.7 – Shock; 516.7 – Drop; 510.6 – Dust. Device may not perform as tested in all conditions. Test performed in controlled environment. Do not attempt.

**Based on 2014 MobileMark® testing conducted under normal usage conditions in an Internet-enabled environment. Measurement conditions include brightness (150 nit), document work (Adobe, Excel, Word, PPT, Outlook etc.), and standby state (50 percent). Maximum usage time may change depending on product configuration, conditions of use and environment.

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