LG is also bringing its Standbyme Go to western retailers. There is a 27 inch IPS display in the case. With the help of a built-in battery and an integrated ARM processor, the monitor can be used on the go – a kind of digital briefcase. Thanks to the touchscreen function, you can also play chess on a park bench.
The monitor is attached to a bracket that can be raised steplessly. The display can be rotated 90 degrees (pivot) for an upright view. Technically, however, the pure display is not particularly strong: It only shows 1920 × 1080 pixels (Full HD) at 60 Hertz. LG does not comment on the brightness.
Panoramic view of the LG Stanbyme Go.
Smart Monitor Features
LG also uses the integrated ARM processor of the type α7 Gen 5 in the OLED TVs B2 and A2. The manufacturer also takes over the webOS operating system from the televisions, which runs common streaming services. A remote control is included. Wi-Fi 5 (IEEE 802.11ac) and Bluetooth 5.0 are on board for wireless connectivity.
Apple users can connect their iPhone or iPad via Airplay. Android devices mirror their screen content on the Stanbyme Go. A PC can be connected via HDMI.
The suitcase monitor integrates four loudspeakers with a total power consumption of 20 watts. LG does not comment on the capacity of the battery, but it should last around three hours.
So far, the Standbyme Go is available in South Korea. LG recently announced the monitor in the US as well. When asked, the manufacturer confirmed that the model would also come to Germany in the fourth quarter. It is expected to be available in specialist shops in October.
Meanwhile, the price is steep: In the USA, LG charges 1000 US dollars for the Stanbyme Go. This corresponds to almost 1100 euros including VAT (not included in US prices). LG has not yet given an official euro price recommendation.
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