Designed for large companies and public administration, the three new LG Electronics monitor models are able to respond to the modern needs of working environments
The digitalization of working contexts is a process that has been underway for some time, recently accelerated by the covid-19 crisis, which has pushed many companies to modernize and invest in cloud solutions. The goal is to facilitate the remote management of the business, optimizing flows, automating production processes and integrating tools for mobile work. All this involves a greater amount of data to be managed in the cloud and makes the adoption of technologically advanced tools increasingly necessary.
That’s why LG Electronics has decided to implement its Monitor Cloud line with three new models, for professional companies of a certain size, such as public administrations and large companies.
The new line up therefore includes three new All-in-One 38”, 34” and 27” monitors (38CL950, 34CN650, 27CN650) in Thin Client version. The monitors of the LG cloud line are also available in the version equipped with the Windows 10 operating system and LG Cloud Device Manager and are compatible with the most important VDI protocols (Vmware, Citrix, Amazon Workspaces and Azure).
The CL950 38” model is an UltraWide display with WQHD + 3840×1600 resolution and 21: 9 curved IPS screen that offers the possibility to simultaneously view multiple data windows on a single screen, and better rendering of video conferencing sessions, thanks to speaker and integrated webcams. The monitor is also equipped with USB-C, AMD Ryzen processor with 8GB of DDR4 RAM and Windows 10 Professional operating system.
The 34” model is also equipped with USB-C and integrated webcam speaker and pop-up but, unlike the CL950 model, it has a Full HD IPS21: 9 display with 2560×1080 resolution. The version without operating system is equipped with an Intel Quad-core processor and 4GB of DDR4 RAM while the version with Windows 10 IoT Enterprise includes 8GB of DDR4 RAM. The series is then completed by the smaller 27” model.
The new monitors of the Cloud line are designed, ultimately, to offer benefits to companies both in terms of productivity and cost reduction, as well as security of shared data.
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