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LG rolls out wheelable, tiltable One:Quick Flex display for home and office use

By Liu Hongzuo - on 17 Mar 2022, 1:25pm

LG rolls out wheelable, tiltable One:Quick Flex display for home and office use

LG One:Quick Flex.

There are days when a tablet around the house or office simply doesn’t cut it, and those days are what the LG One:Quick Flex display hopes to improve.

LG Singapore is launching the 43-inch display-on-wheels. It packs a host of features that don’t quite make it solely an extra screen for convenience. 

It uses IPS panel technology with 4K UHD (3,840 x 2,160 pixels resolution) and 10-bit colour depth, further paired with FHD (1080p) front-facing camera and 2EA mic array. This makes the One:Quick Flex capable as an indoor panel for shows, tutorials, video guides,  video calls, and online meetings. 

To help users along, the panel comes pre-loaded with Google Chrome, Skype, and download links to Netflix and MS Whiteboard. In short, the display is built for many new productivity scenarios we’ve come to experience – be it home-based learning (HBL), remote work, or just requiring an additional movable screen around the office or at home.

The panel runs on Windows 10 IOT (Enterprise Basic) with touch input, so using it is not very different from how one would run a tablet, while still getting access to desktop and laptop offices and apps in a pinch. It even comes with built-in storage (128GB) on top of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0 for wireless connectivity.

Its convenience around the compound makes the One:Quick Flex unique. Not only does one move it with its wheels, users can also rotate vertically or horizontally to suit their viewing needs. It does, however, require plugging in, since it runs on AC 100-240V power.

Included in its box is an HDMI cable, Remote Controller, and a Touch Pen.

LG One:Quick Flex retails at S$3,399 (including movable stand) – this is an early bird bundle available until 30 June 2022 (actual price and package not shared). You can find it on Lazada, Shopee, and KrisShop (the latter starting from the end of March 2022). More details about the display here.

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