Earlier this month, LG unveiled MyView monitors at CES 2024, a new line of hybrid TV-monitors based on its own Smart TV system, webOS. At the time, the company did not announce an estimated date for the start of sales, and now it has become known that MyView monitors are available on the American market.

LG starts selling MyView smart monitors on webOS

The older 32SR85U model features a 31.5-inch 4K IPS panel with 95% DCI-P3 color gamut and a 60Hz refresh rate. It supports AirPlay 2 and Miracast, integration with Microsoft 365 and Google Calendar, video calls using a detachable 1080p webcam, and other features available through webOS applications.

WiFi and Bluetooth modules are responsible for wireless communication, there are built-in 5 W speakers, 2 HDMI and 3 USB-C ports with Power Delivery (90 W), and control with the Magic Remote with voice control. LG 32SR85U is already available for $600 on the official website.

In addition to the 32-inch 4K monitor, smaller 1080p models have also gone on sale – another 32-inch 32SR53FS for $230 and a 27-inch 27SR50F for $200.