LG broadens LCD monitor portfolio

November 28th, 2007 - 5:39 pm ICT by admin  

New Delhi, Nov.28 (ANI): LG Electronics India Pvt. Limited (LGEIL) today announced the launch of its new range of LCD monitors.
Available in 19 wide sizes, these monitors offer high contrast ratio and superior resolution. These LCD TV Monitors offer perfect solution for both business and entertainment as the monitors can be modified into a ready to watch television monitor.
LG LCD monitors offer high digital fine contrast ratio of 5000:1 (DFC) and ultra fast response time of 5 ms backed with LGs unique f-engine, an embedded picture correction technology. These monitors offer rich multimedia experience in pictures, movies, games, engineering Design drawings etc.
LG LCD TV Monitors come with integrated PAL tuner for TV viewing. These monitors double up as a Desktop TV, without connecting to a computer. When connected to a PC, the consumer can use it for computing applications as a standard LCD Monitor.
According to R. Manikandan, Business Group Head, IT Products, The current trend in the LCD monitor industry is facing a burgeoning market and bright business perspectives for India. An LG LCD monitor offers great value, making it possible for consumers and professionals to extend their desktop LCD investment for gaming, video and simplified viewing of multiple documents simultaneously. With full commitment in designing products that offer a user-friendly experience, LG had anticipated the growing need for widescreen and TV Ready monitors.
LGEIL is committed to customers by offering high-performance LCD monitors for everyone that demand reliability and manageability in their computer systems. With its considerable processing power and superior resolution, this new range of 19 LCD monitors is available at select LG stores starting from Rs. 12,700/- onwards. LG Electronics India Pvt. Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of LG Electronics, South Korea was established in January 1997 in India. It is one of the most formidable brands in consumer electronics, home appliances, IT hardware and mobile communications space. In India for a decade, LG has earned a premium brand positioning and is the acknowledged trendsetter for the industry.
LGEIL has achieved a turnover of Rs 8250 crore in 2006. LGEIL’s manufacturing unit at Greater Noida is one of the most eco-friendly units among all LG manufacturing plants in the world.
The second Greenfield facility is located at Ranjangaon; Pune has the capacity to manufacture GSM Phones, Colour Televisions, Microwave Ovens, refrigerators and Optical Disc Drives. This is India’s first mobile phone manufacturing unit and also Asia’s largest Optical Disc Drive manufacturing plant. (ANI)

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