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LG ReConnect 2022: LG Looks Forward to the Future

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During the recent LG Reconnect event hosted in The Podium Hall, Mandaluyong, LG, displayed its most recent wide range of LG Commercial Displays. This is done in order to meet the requirements of the future now.

The results of LG’s efforts were at last made public via LG Reconnect. Andrei Felix, the LG brand ambassador, served as host of the latest tech event at The Podium Hall in Mandaluyong. A wide range of LG Commercial Displays was on display during the event, all of which were equipped to meet current and future demands.

Industry leaders presented succinct summaries of how LG’s breakthrough technology might be applied to elevate various industries. Bryan Tan, senior business development manager for Asia, spoke on retail trends, focusing on how the pandemic sped up digital growth in Southeast Asia, making it one of the most connected areas of the globe by 2022. Karl Herrera, a business development manager for the hotel sector, shared his perspectives and emphasized the advantages of employing specialized commercial screens over consumer TVs. The business choices have more than double the longevity of consumer screens and more than three times the usage hours, according to the thorough comparisons he provided.

Business development manager Mikee De Ocampo talked about how adding commercial display options may boost productivity and cooperation in the changing workplace. These display systems provide interactive, user-friendly platforms to meet and satisfy emerging business demands while enhancing meeting efficiency and streamlining maintenance. They are suitable for small, medium, large, and auditorium-sized meeting rooms. Hannah Cepe, a business development manager, also shared her knowledge of LED. She introduced herself and provided a quick overview of content solutions and indoor, and outdoor LEDs. everyone with a distinct use case. Each of these products, available from Magnit, Bloc, Transparent Film, and First-Pitch Series, offers a larger color spectrum and vivid color viewing angle. Business development manager Jane Pactoranan spoke last and discussed how the epidemic has raised the demand for monitors. She spoke extensively on the various monitor series, including Standard, UltraWide, UHD 4K Monitor, and UltraGear series, and how they may benefit both consumers and companies.

LG’s commercial display solutions were presented. The event’s centerpiece was the launch of the 54″ LSAC025, a cable-less LED Video Wall Display. The LSAC series’ block assembly architecture simplifies installation. Easy installation, maintenance, and replacement. LSAC series is bezel-free, so audiences may focus on visual content without bezel disturbance. It’s a first-of-its-kind engineering wonder.

Meeting productivity is crucial. One:Quick Works is ideal for hybrid offices. The 55″ screen makes meetings more engaged and productive. One:Quick Flex has most of One:Quick Works’ characteristics but is more mobile. It’s 43″ but has a stand and can be turned horizontally or vertically.

LG’s One:Quick Share allows for quick, effortless, and fuss-free screen sharing. LG One:Quick Share is a wireless screen-sharing solution offered through LG Digital Signage, USB (SC-00DA), and its app. Want statement conference rooms? LG never disappoints. The LAEC series has a 136-inch screen with an inbuilt controller and speaker.

Transparency is futuristic. LG Transparent OLED Signage offers new methods to communicate visually and opens up new levels of creativity. LG’s OLED technology makes Transparent OLED Signage thinner without a backlight unit or liquid crystal layer, delivering 38% transparency, far greater than traditional LCD transparent displays (10%). It shows items behind the screen while overlaying important information. The transparent display’s self-lighting pixels retain brilliant colors and a great contrast ratio. It brings information to life from wide viewing angles and mixes it in smoothly.

55XE4F-M is a great outdoor display. The XE4F series’ 4,000 nits of brightness provide crisp and vibrant images even in direct sunshine. Slim and durable, XE4F series may be simply placed in challenging exterior situations. It’s a single display with light and narrow design that can be readily modified without a separate housing. By adding additional LEDs, XE4F performs brighter and cooler, lasting longer than normal goods. It’s also visible via polarized sunglasses.

LG also caters to hotel and destination room needs. The LG 55″ UHD Pro: Centric Hotel TV has content management pre-installed. The US660H series offers Ultra HD and content management with Pro: Centric. WebOS 5.0 delivers customizable content for a range of consumer demands. New Mood Display & Gallery Mode lets you use the TV as a personalized clock and artwork that fits your life and space.

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