LG has tapped into a very unique niche, or at least attempted to smartly market its way into it. I’m talking about the thousands of customers looking for a solution wherein they can watch TV on their monitor. Tech sites carry a lot of articles on it, and suggestions keep popping up in forums. The model in the spotlight today, is an LCD TV cum monitor - LG Flatron M237WA.
Fixing it on the stand is easy, though the overall connection is not firm. It is slightly wobbly, and can topple over easily if not handled carefully. The good part is that the joint is hinged in such a way that it can move up and down. A blue LED signifies power on operation, and is located at the right end of the bottom panel.
The back is also smooth on the surface, with a round cutout acting as a window to the connections. The connections are aplenty for a monitor, but just enough for an LCD TV. 2 HDMIs, cable Tuner in (that’s what makes this a TV) one DVI-D, audio in (3.5 mm miniplug) and a composite, S-video and component video connection are also present. Besides there is also D-sub in for VGA in, and RS-232C port. A remote control is included.
The model is a 23-inch screen, of perfect 16:9 aspect ratio. Native resolution is 1920 x 1080. The brightness is 300 cd/m2 and contrast is 20,000:1 dynamic. Response time is 5 ms (GTG). The panel looks like TN panel for sure, the viewing angles give that away in a jiffy. The monitor comes with a 6 watt RMS stereo speaker with LG's proprietary SRS WOW, which claim to give acoustic surround sound enhancement.
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