LG Display has developed the first LCD panel for monitors featuring Intel Wireless Display (WiDi) technology.
This new 23.8-inch LCD panel allows users to stream wirelessly their laptop
and desktop content to their TVs and monitors without the use of additional
devices. The panel provides Intel WiDi wireless connectivity by implementing
a chipset directly into the LCD module.
The 23.8-inch Intel WiDi solution-enabled LCD panel will debut at the 2013
Intel Developer Forum (IDF13 San Francisco) taking place September 10-12 in
Aggressive TV strategy
Seperately, LG Electronics plans to expand the global rollout of its OLED
TVs to several markets throughout Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and the CIS
region before the end of the year. Moreover, the company's 55- and 65-inch
ULTRA HD TVs will be launched in 50 countries this year and LG will expand
its strategic cooperative efforts with broadcasters to accelerate the growth
of ULTRA HD content.
LG unveiled the world's largest ULTRA HD OLED TV at IFA. Spanning a total of
77 inches diagonally, the screen?s IMAX-like curvature fills the viewer's
field of vision more completely than a flat-screen TV. The ULTRA HD CURVED
OLED TV combines LG?s WRGB OLED and ULTRA HD technologies. LG will introduce
its advanced ULTRA HD OLED TV technology to consumers in 2014.
LG's OLED TVs are already available in South Korea, the United States and
Europe. More consumers will be able to experience LG's technology with the
rollout of LG OLED TV in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and the CIS region
later this year. In order to quickly expand the OLED TV market, LG plans to
sell its TVs not only in department stores and luxury retailers but also
large consumer electronics chains with national networks.
The company will also complementits 55-inch CURVED OLED TV with the wall
mountable GALLERY OLED TV. Furthermore, LG is developing OLED TVs with ULTRA
HD picture quality in screen sizes greater than 70 inches.
LG's 55- and 65-inch ULTRA HD TV series are scheduled to launch in 50
countries before the end of 2014. These models feature HEVC (High Efficiency
Video Coding) decoders, so no external decoding deviceis required.
LG will also expand the compatibility with web-based applications and by
strengthening LG's involvement in the Smart TV Alliance.
The Korean company will also give users access to an even greater breadth of
content via partnerships with content providers and broadcasters, including
major European players, RAI and BSkyB. LG will also bolster its Smart TV
game offerings with popular titles from noted publishers including
Activision, Disney and even cloud-based gaming services.