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LG Launches M7WD 'Digital TV Monitor' Series


LG Launches M7WD 'Digital TV Monitor' Series

Sure, we'd all like 103in plasma TVs in our bedrooms, but unless it turns out I didn't lose the lottery again last week I'm not going to be getting one any time soon. In the mean time, then, something along the lines of LG's digital TV monitor range will have to suffice. One of the M7WD series, perhaps.

Available in 22in and 19in sizes, the M7WDs boast 20,000:1 'digital fine' (as good a euphemism for dynamic as ever I heard) contrast ratio. Both TVs also sport 1,920 x 1,080 pixel resolutions and 5ms response times.

Connectivity comes courtesy SCART, DVI and, of course, HDMI, enabling connection of a PC or a Blu-ray player with equal ease. While 3W speakers won't impress to, say, HTS6100 levels, they should provide enough power for general TV watching, or the occasional PS3 game.

Pricing isn't detailed, but should be similar to other Full HD 22in displays, such as the ViewSonic VX2260wm and BenQ E200HD for the larger model. The 19in model's likely cost is anyone's guess.



April 30, 2009, 9:44 am

"Sure, we'd all like 103in plasma TVs in our bedrooms,..."

Nope not me, the bedroom is all about the bed. When I buy my first house, no electronics in my bedroom except for the clock. I've lived with electronics in my room for ten+ years, time for my bedroom to be just a bedroom.


April 30, 2009, 1:54 pm

Is this a different model to that currently on the lge website? http://uk.lge.com/products/mod...

I bought one of those a few weeks back - very impressed for the cost which was &#163160+VAT - there is a bit of backlight bleed at the top and bottom of the screen, but nice to have 1080p native resolution on this size set. I got it hooked up to a WD HD TV media player, which again are excellent for the money.


April 30, 2009, 11:14 pm

This is exactly what I've been looking for; a true portable-sized telly with full 1080p HD.

Technical Itch

May 1, 2009, 11:12 pm

@speedyuk I'm just as confused as you are, they both seem identical. @GoldenGuy, This is also exactly what I, and I'm sure many, have been waiting for, a good value 1080p portable tv with multiple inputs, very handy.

Could anyone please confirm if this is an entirely new model and perhaps confirm the release date too, as I don't see it online yet?


May 2, 2009, 2:54 am

Yeah me neither. I was tempted to call the contact number at the bottom, to see if they had any more info, but I didn't want to be the guy that stares at a Hellmann's Mayonnaise jar for the feedback hotline, and actually calls it in.

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