Unveiling details of its 5400-square-foot InfoComm 2022 booth, LG Business Solutions USA previewed the technologies being exhibited at the show, from giant new LCD screens to all-in-one DVLED displays to autonomous robot assistants. LG’s booth in the Las Vegas Convention Center (#N2029) will spotlight a variety of commercial use-case scenarios in seven distinct zones that demonstrate how LG products support business needs in boardrooms, retail boutiques, drive-thrus, residential home offices, professional creative studios and more.
Inside the booth, visitors will be treated to thoughtful technology implementations in spaces that explore how nearly all businesses today can leverage digital tools to improve efficiency, productivity and customer experiences.
The Residential Zone is split into two rooms. The Private Office features a 43-inch One:Quick Flex display, a 14-inch LG gram laptop, and two QHD ergonomic desktop monitors that can be independently oriented to form a 32:9 ultrawide display or a 16:18 display, or offer a vertical and horizontal screen simultaneously. The Home Cinema area will exhibit the DVLED Extreme Home Cinema — the company’s first-ever DVLED display series designed specifically for the high-end residential market. The display will be paired with Bang & Olufsen’s flagship Beolab 90 home speaker to deliver an immersive home cinema experience.
Some of the other zones in the booth include:
- The Projector Zone contains three of LG’s high-brightness and short-throw 4K Laser projectors, including the all-new ProBeam BU53PST.
- In the Smart Working Zone, visitors will experience technologies targeted to boardrooms, meeting rooms, and training rooms/learning environments. Products shown include LG’s 136-inch All-In-One Smart DVLED display with onboard system controller and stereo speakers, 55-inch and 43-inch versions of the LG One-Quick Works and Flex 4K all-in-one mobile collaboration display, which includes an embedded camera, speakers and microphone on a wheeled easel stand, an 86-inch CreateBoard Interactive Whiteboard, the 28-inch 16:18 DualUp Ergonomic desktop monitor, a 27-inch UltraGear IPS UHD ultrawide desktop monitor, a 15-inch LG gram laptop and a 98-inch large format video display for classrooms.
- Creative, film and broadcast professionals may be especially interested in the OLED Pro Creative Studio Zone, which demonstrates the color, clarity, and performance of LG’s 27-inch and 32-inch UltraFine OLED Pro desktop monitors that can be supplemented with monitor hoods. Two 65-inch UltraFine OLED Pro displays, one wall-mounted and the other on a stand, complete the space.
For more information, visit LG.com.