LG & Intel Introduce First All In One PC With FPR Display, IPS Screen Technology

Recently LG Electronics has launched its first all in one PC which features the last technology Film-type Patterned Retarder (FPR) display which is also used in its Cinema 3D TVs. This all-in-one PC, ‘The LG V300’ is developed in collaboration with Intel and announced at Computex 2011.

The LG V300 has many innovative and impressive featured including 2nd Generation Intel Core Processors, 3D FPR display, In Plane Switch (IPS) screen technology that creates an amazing 178 degree viewing angle and a tripe camera system for stunning multi-touch capability.

The 23-inch 3D Full HD LED monitor on the V300 gives your crystal clear 3D image experience with less crosstalk. And because of the FPR technology, no heavy glasses are necessary now. LG V300 comes with two sets of light weighted polarized glasses for a better 3D experience. Full press release after the jump:


Karachi, July 18, 2011 – LG Electronics (LG) recently unveiled its first all-in-one PC which features the innovative Film-type Patterned Retarder (FPR) display, found in its popular CINEMA 3D TVs. The LG V300, developed in partnership with Intel, was unveiled at Computex 2011, Asia’s largest IT exhibition, in Taipei.

The LG V300 comes with an impressive list of features including 2nd Generation Intel Core processors, 3D FPR display, In Plane Switch (IPS) screen technology that creates a stunning 178-degree viewing angle and a triple camera system for superb multi-touch capability.

“The combination of the newest Intel Core processor and the FPR display in the LG V300 is going to create a new level of performance and viewing experience in a PC,” said J.J. Lee, Executive Vice President and Head of the LG Electronics PC Business Unit. “With millions of homes now using their PCs as entertainment hubs, marrying the best from the computing world with the best from the display world was the next natural step in the evolution of the PC.”

The 23-inch 3D Full HD LED monitor on the LG V300 offers vivid and crisp 3D images with less crosstalk and flicker. And because FPR does not require glasses to sync with an emitter, heavy shutter-type glasses are a thing of the past. Instead, the LG V300 comes with two sets of lightweight polarized glasses for a more comfortable and enjoyable 3D experience. Furthermore, the viewing experience on previous 3D displays was negatively affected by non-perpendicular viewing angles. This problem has largely been eliminated with the LG V300’s IPS technology, which allows for an impressive 178 degree viewing angle. The system operates a Color Shift configuration that accurately renders colors and images for viewers not directly facing the screen.

LG’s engineering team reduced the thickness of the LG V300’s active display to a mere 44.65mm, which is up to 65 percent slimmer than other leading models. This focus on reducing unnecessary bulk was then incorporated into LG’s concept of minimalism. With a wireless keyboard and mouse, the design requires only a single power cable, eliminating clutter and tangled cords. The end effect is a sleek, clean appearance that fits elegantly into any interior décor.

With three individual camera sensors to provide a more accurate multi-touch functionality, LG’s new PC brings a higher level of precision to the touch screen experience. The user interface has also been optimized to be as intuitive as possible, and the interface itself is supported with easy-to-use applications. The final result is a smooth yet sophisticated multi-touch interaction between the LG V300 and the user, free from ghosting and glitches.

The LG V300 also includes full support for Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) to enable sharing of data between devices as well as Intel’s Wireless Display, also known as ‘Wi-Di’ to wirelessly stream content to a TV.

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