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LG UltraFine Ergo IA Display: The perfect screen to avoid back pain

This LG UltraFine (not yet on sale) features a foot and webcam that work together to always stay at the right height.

Last March, LG introduced a full line of four screens designed specifically for remote work, the UltraFine Oled Pro line. At the IFA 2022 exhibition, the novelty was available for review. Its nickname is LG Ultrafine Display Ergo AI (32UQ890).

Usually, when we talk to you about the screen, we usually start with its panel. It’s not a star here, even if it’s a beautiful 32-inch 4K IPS LCD that shouldn’t be a nuisance for entering quarterly bills from the comfort of your office. No, the star here is its automatic removable leg system.

Webcam like no other what leg

Please note that the model we saw was not a finished version, but a test model on display. Therefore, we could not run applications on the PC connected to it to see how it would react.

The idea behind this webcam stand is so simple that you wonder why you don’t see it so often. The webcam at the top of the screen will follow your gaze at all times, and your foot will adapt accordingly to keep your eyes at the ideal height, which is roughly the top third of the screen. What to avoid future back pain.

In addition, the foot can rise and turn at will, allowing it to follow you in many situations. For example, I completely hunched over to see what it would look like in a fairly long gaming session. So the screen went all the way up before turning to face me. On the other hand, it still reaches its limits when we rise a little. In this case, I tended to lose it completely.

Unfortunately, at this stage, LG was unwilling to provide a price. This screen should hit the market around the end of 2022 or even early 2023.

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