Is it a TV? A monitor? A little of both? LG's MT93 has just been announced -- a 27" IPS Personal Smart TV that's engineered for small, tight spaces such as college dorm rooms. It relies on LG's latest design scheme; a thin bezel combined with understated motifs and a unique stand. It's a smart device, meaning that it's Internet-connected at the core. That gives you access to Facebook, Netflix and Hulu Plus, as well as the extensive content libraries found in LG’s 3D World and Game World.
LG’s Smart TV platform
also delivers convenient content sharing and screen mirroring via WiDi
and Miracast. With Mobile High-definition Link (MHL), users can play games or display smartphone content on the MT93 while charging their mobile devices at the same time. The TV ships with LG’s next generation Magic Remote, which uses voice recognition, gesture, scroll and click controls deliver a smooth and natural way of navigating the LG Smart TV ecosystem. The MT93 also offers Picture-in-Picture (PIP) capability allowing users to view two different shows at the same time or browse their Facebook account which watching their favorite prime time sitcom.
There's also a built-in browser, two HDMI connections and three USB ports. As for other specs, there's a 1920x1080 panel, 250 nits of brightness, 7W x 2 speakers and an included set of 3D glasses. As for pricing? Sadly, looks like we'll have to wait a bit longer for that.