Bringing style to the 24in TV/Monitor-hybrid market, LG is set to launch its premium DM2752 and M2752 monitors in the UK this July, ideal for those who enjoy watching TV from the corner of their eye whilst on their PC, with the inclusion of dual-HDMI PIP.
Both monitors feature Full HD IPS panels, in-keeping with the range of colour and viewing angles typically found in a high-end TV or professional monitor. Likewise, the TVs include LG's Infinite Surround Sound, which should offer some pretty decent audio for such a small screen. Two HDMI ports are provided, for quick hookup to HD set-top boxes and consoles, with a USB quick-view option for playback of certain multi-media content from USB sources.
With respect to its potential use as a gaming monitor, LG has implemented Smooth Colour Change technology, which it claims eliminates blur from rapid motion scenes, a typical pitfall for IPS-based panels. To top-off matters, the DM variant offers LG's passive 3D technology and features 2D to 3D content up-scaling; what's more, this monitor includes LG's 'Dual Play' technology, which, whilst conceptually very simple, allows two gamers to have individual full-screen experiences much like Sony's PlayStation 3D Display.
With the specs, the looks and even a few new and unique features, LG's DM2752 is shaping up to be one heck of a monitor, certainly something to keep an eye out for as reviews begin to crop up in the next few months.