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LG said it has developed an 18.1in LCD monitor which it will show at Comdex/Fall next week. The unit, called Studioworks 800LC, has a diagonal length of 460mm and is 70mm thick. It weighs 10.5kg. The monitor uses optical viewing angle technology, which it claims offers 160 degrees of viewing from all four sides. The product has SXVGA resolution with a maximum display of 1280x1024 pixels, and includes a built-in USB port, allowing the connection of four other peripherals. The company did not say what price it is pitching the unit, but said that the estimated annual growth rate for the TFT LCD market is over 170 per cent. That will lead to "fierce competition" among world monitor makers. ®

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