LG joins the portable monitor market with its new US$349 16″ LG Gram +View


The portable monitor isn’t exactly a new thing. Many off-brand companies have been making various portable monitor sizes for a few years now. In this case, we’re talking about a portable monitor with a flat screen that looks like a laptop without a keyboard.

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Dell introduced its first portable monitor last year, the Dell C1422H, and now LG is stepping into the market with its 16″ LG Gram +View. This new LG device looks very much like many of the other portables on the market; there’s not much you can do to make them look very different from each other. But here are the features and specifications you can expect from this mobile screen.

LG Gram +View Portable Monitor Features and Specifications

LG joins the portable monitor market with its new US$349 16" LG Gram +View
  • Device Type
    • LED
    • Panel Type
    • IPS
  • Diagonal Size
    • 40.6cm (16 inch) / 16:10
    • Pixel Pitch
    • 0.134mm x 0.134mm
  • Display Size
    • 344.06(H) x 215.04(V)
    • Aspect Ratio
    • 16:10
  • Screen Coating
    • Anti-Glare
    • Native Resolution
    • 2560*1600 (WQXGA) at 60Hz
  • Color Support
    • 16.7 million Colors
    • Brightness
    • 350cd/㎡ (typical)
  • Contrast Ratio
    • 1200: 1 (typical)
    • Color gamut
    • DCI-P3 99%
  • Horizontal Viewing Angle
    • 170°
    • Vertical Viewing Angle
    • 170°
  • Interface
    • 2 x USB Type-C (DP Alt Mode)
    • Control Switch
    • Up, Down (Brightness Control)
  • Dimensions (W x D x H)
    • 360 * 245.5 * 8.3 mm
    • Weight
    • 1.48 LBs9 (2.18LBs with Folio Cover)

With remote work becoming more of a regular thing, an excellent portable monitor might be great for many users. You can pick up your LG Gram +View on LG’s website for US$349. You can also check out LG deals through our referral link.

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