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LG Debuts “All-in-One” MAGNIT Solution Alongside AI-Powered MicroLED TV

LG has unveiled several new big-screen displays from its MAGNIT line, alongside newer next-generation microLED displays, while at InfoComm 2024 this week.

In fact, the centerpiece of LG’s exhibit is the company’s latest micoLED display, which is scheduled for release by the end of the year. The display incorporates AI technology to enhance picture quality and overall performance.

Additionally, the display features far smaller LED chips that what is used on average, each measuring approximately 16 micrometers wide by 27 micrometers long, delivering high contrast, vivid colors, and extraordinary detail, the company says.

The 136-inch model integrates 25 million of these tiny chips, precisely produced and evaluated using similar AI technology to what is currently being leveraged in its OLED and QNED line of displays. An advanced AI processor analyzes the brightness and tone of the LED chips in real time, automatically calibrating them to achieve the best possible picture quality, the Korean display manufacturer says.

2024 LG MAGNIT TVs introduce Higher Refresh Rates, “All-in-One” Solutions

LG’s InfoComm 2024 booth also showcases the latest iterations of its renowned MAGNIT display series, including a display with a 144Hz variable refresh rate (VRR), ensuring smooth, high-quality video playback without screen-tearing or stuttering.

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According to LG, the new MAGNIT display is certified by TÜV Rheinland for its low-grayscale performance, enabling users to see more vividly even during the darkest scenes. The display also boasts certification for color consistency over wide viewing angles, ensuring uniform image quality from any perspective.

Another MAGNIT model, the All-in-One is a 136-inch display equipped with a built-in controller and speakers. LG markets this model for offices and conference rooms.

The company also showcased a new 97-inch OLED TV, the evo Gallery Ediction TV, which features cinema-worthy picture, color and sound, the company says.

Other display solutions from LG highlighted at InfoComm 2024 include a 171-inch LED digital signage screen and 105-inch screen that feature a 21:9 aspect ratio designed for videoconferencing.

“LG is leading the way forward at InfoComm 2024 with groundbreaking displays, business tools and control capabilities, empowering integrators and business owners to deploy easy-to-use systems that deliver consistently excellent experiences for business owners, employees and customers,” says LG Business Solutions USA’s Head of Marketing Dave Bacher.

“From retail stores and drive-thrus to offices and schools, integration pros are using LG’s vast selection of displays, laptops, EV chargers and intuitive software solutions to help commercial customers outfit virtually any size property with impressive visual experiences and real-time content control.”

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