by June 17, 2001 0 comments

This 15” monitor can be hooked on to the Internet without a PC. You can connect to the Internet either using its 56 kbps internal modem, or its network port if your private network has Internet connectivity. The monitor runs on the Windows CE version of Internet Explorer. It comes with 32 MB memory and 16 MB of flash memory for caching Web pages and normal operation.

The monitor can’t be used for watching television or connecting to your PC. There’s no e-mail client either–so you can only access Web-based e-mail. You can’t download software from the Internet. You can’t save attachments, but only view them if they’re in plain text, audio, video, or HTML formats. You can’t transfer any data to another PC either. You can however hook up a printer on its parallel or USB ports, and take printouts of Web pages.

The monitor has four hot keys that have been configured for accessing Yahoo, MSN, CNN and Ebay websites. You can configure these to go to websites of your own choice. The monitor also comes with a PS/2 keyboard and mouse for entering URLs and browsing the Net. 

The monitor can stream audio files, which can be listened to on the built-in speakers. It is priced at Rs 30,000.

Contact: LG Electronics India, Website:
Tel: 0120-4560900-940 Fax: 4560921 

Swapna Khanna in New Delhi

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