Alexander Pensler, on Monday, 21-21/2023, 08:38. The LG Standbyme Go is a battery powered 27-inch touchscreen monitor that includes a carrying case. The price is just under 1000 dollars, at around 1 100 euros.
LG recently presented a standbyme, a portable screen that the manufacturer calls an all-in-one entertainment option. That display is sturdy for transport, with a built-in battery and a 20-watt speaker. The speaker is great for media consumption on the go. According to Heise, the device should be available to Germany, too.
ARM and stepless monitor mount.
That 27-inch display can be adjusted for more than one inch using a bracket which allows the switch to mount the screen. This device also has a pivot and holds the arm-to-arm functions in place of a pivot. The webOS is powered by a ARM 7 Gen 5 processor, which is also used in LGs A2 and B2 OLED TVs for example.
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The LG Standbyme Go panel is a very low resolution for a 27inch device and is a refresh rate of 60 Hz. These values depend of the battery operation, because higher resolutions or higher rate of refresh would eat away the battery life. According to LG, the rechargeable battery of the portable display is a good hour of battery life, but the South Korean hardware manufacturer didn’t give any information about the capacity of the battery.
The gadget has a Wi-Fi 5 standard (IEEE 802.11ac) and a Bluetooth 5.0 solution for the mobile phone, tablets and offices in order to use remote control and to connect iPhones via AirPlay, and tablet-based smartphones and smartphones can mirror the LG Standbyme Go. The portable display provides a cable.
The portable 27-inch laptop screen is only available in Korea now, but this device can be pre-ordered for US$ 999.99. The LG Standbyme Go will go to Germany in the fourth quarter of 2023, Heise calls October the last to be released in this country.
Those: LG via PR Newswire.