LG introduces its FLATRON P Series of cloud monitors, which are basically VMware-based Zero Client monitors that can be networked to create a virtual computing system. The 19-inch N1910LZ, 22-inch N2210WZ and 23-inch N2311AZ all utilizes a Teradici PCoIP (PC-over-IP) Chipset and VMware to deliver secure virtual computing systems. The P series is server-based Zero Client, which means software is managed from a centralized network and there’s reduced risk of viruses, spyware and hacking, and users are always using the latest OS and software installed on the host. These Cloud Monitors are fully compatible with VMware View Virtual Desktop Environment. Each of them has 128MB memory and a Gigabit Ethernet LAN port.
The LG N1910LZ is a 19-inch model with 1280×1024 resolution while the N2210WZ features 1680×1080. They both use TN panel and provides 170/160-degree viewing angle. The 23-inch model N2311AZ, on the other hand, uses IPS LCD panel with 1920×1080 Full HD resolution and 178/178-degree viewing angle. All of them use LED backlight and features 250cd/m2 brightness, 1000:1 contrast ratio, and 5ms response time.
LG’s P Series cloud displays offers D-sub input, D-sub and DVI output, and mic input and headphone output. There are four USB 2.0 ports as well. The 20-inch and 23-inch models come with built-in 1Wx2 speakers. These Zero Client monitors also come with Cisco’s Universal Power over Ethernet (UPoE) technology, which means they can operate with just a LAN cable, without additional power cord.