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LG Unveils Two New 27-Inch and 32-Inch SMART Monitors
With high-performance IPS displays and HDR 10 support, the two monitors make great additions for those looking to get the best of entertainment and productivity. Vibrant images in 1920×1080 resolution enhance the viewing experience and virtual meetings.
LG SMART monitors come equipped with built-in LG Home Office software that supports various productivity programs like Microsoft 365 and Google Calendar. Users can easily share content from other smart devices via AirPlay2 and Miracast, enhancing their workflows. The new LG SMART monitors also double as smart home hubs thanks to support from LG ThinQ Home Hub, which allows users to monitor and manage their home appliances.
These versatile monitors feature LG’s webOS 23 platform, which gives users easy access to streaming apps and tailored viewing recommendations on the webOS Hub. Sports enthusiasts will appreciate the customizable sports service cards on the Home Board screen that give users the power to keep up with their favorite sports teams and leagues with up-to-date statistics and schedules.
The 32SR50F and 27SR50F are available now for $229.99 and $199.99, respectively.
AXIS Studio-Grade Motion Tracking System is Available for Commercial Sale
Refract, the maker of AXIS full-body tracking (FBT) system, has announced that the studio-grade system is now available for commercial sale. Using patent-pending inside-out positional tracking, AXIS makes motion-tracking accessible for users, whether they be gamers, developers or content creators. The system can be used in three different configurations— Standard, VR and Creator, allowing users to make the content they want where they want.
AXIS features a simple setup with fully detachable nodes that achieve less than 15 milliseconds of latency for real-time tracking. The nodes are interchangeable and configurable for any setup. Plus, with the new Milestone Update, users can wear as little as four and up to 17 for whatever FBT experience they desire. No external cameras or base stations are required with AXIS, which is wireless and has untethered nodes with 150-foot indoor range and a 500-foot outdoor range for optimum convenience.
The plug-and-play system seamlessly integrates with SteamVR, OpenVR, OpenXR, Unity and Unreal Engine. With the Maximum Update, AXIS is also compatible with Linux, with more operating systems to follow.
CES 2024 Innovation Awards Honoree Pimax Crystal is Available for Purchase
Pimax Crystal, the only VR headset honored in the XR Technologies & Accessories category at the CES 2024 Innovation Awards, is available now. The VR headset offers exceptional clarity with ultra-high fidelity QLED panels, which boast a native resolution of 2880×2880 pixels per eye (not upscaled even at 120Hz).
Pimax Crystal is also the first and sole VR headset equipped with glass aspheric lenses, giving the product its name. It integrates multi-parametric optimization with the unique characteristics of the QLED+miniLED display screen. The system is enhanced further by specialized optical techniques designed to suppress stray light and correct distortion. These design elements work together to maximize the intrinsic resolution power of the aspheric lens and fully leverage the ultra-high light transmittance of the optical-grade glass material to ensure that the final visual output delivers an exceptional viewing experience with edge-to-edge crystal-like clarity, vivid contrasts, and high brightness.
The Pimax Crystal is available now from $1439 with a Black Friday discount of $160. It will also be on display and available to demo at CES 2024 at Booth #15454 and at the official Innovation Awards Showcase at the Venetian Expo, Halls D, Booth #56332.