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LG TM2792
LG TM2792 is combined TV and PC monitor

27 Aug 2012 | Rasmus Larsen |

LG continues to gently announce new products ahead of the actual IFA 2012 show. LG has now unveiled their latest combined TV and PC monitor with the name TM2792. It comes with LG’s Cinema design, an IPS panel and 3D.

LG TM2792 is TV and PC monitor

Say hello to LG’s TM2792 product. Based on an IPS panel and with TV functionality, it is suited for both PC and TV purposes.

LG TM2792
LG TM2792 is a combined PC and TV monitor


LG says that the monitor has the entire Smart TV platform with internet content such as movies, music and games. Users can also connect a smartphone or tablet via MHL or wirelessly via WiDi. Lastly, LG mentions that users can stream videos, music and pictures from a PC or network-enabled hard drive via DLNA.

The monitor has LG’s Cinema design with a slim bezel and a thin profile. In addition, the Magic Motion remote control is included. The monitor also supports LG’s Cinema 3D technology that relies on inexpensive polarized 3D glasses – the same as the ones found in most movie theatres.

LG TM2792
LG TM2792 is a combined PC and TV monitor


Only a 27-inch model will be available initially. It boasts 1920x1080 pixel resolution, edge LED backlighting, and 5 ms response time. Connectivity includes 2 HDMI, scart, D-SUB (VGA) and 3 USB ports. It also has 2 built-in 7W speakers.

LG’s 27-inch TM2792 will be available in Europe in September. It will be exhibited at IFA 2012 in Berlin. The price has not been announced.



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