Posted November 06, 2018 09:07:53When it comes to anti-monitors, the LG V20 comes out on top of the pack, and that’s not a knock against LG.
They have made their name with the anti-motion tracking system on their flagships and other high-end smartphones.
The V20 is no different, with an array of motion sensors and cameras that detect and track the movement of the screen, and even offers some of the best anti-movement technology out there.
In the LG G5, for example, you have an infrared camera that can detect and detect motion, as well as a depth sensor that can also detect motion.
LG is also touting its anti-touch technology, which works by sensing your finger on the screen and then tracking your movements.
While the V20 may not be as powerful as a smartphone with an anti-moving sensor, it has some of LG’s best features.
The monitor’s anti-micelling coating can detect movement from anywhere on the device, and it’s a good idea to wear protective eyewear and a face mask if you’re going to be working with monitors.
While LG has been releasing new anti-mouse monitors on the G5 and G5 Plus over the past couple of years, the V30 is the first LG monitor to feature anti-pointer technology, according to LG.
While the anti pointer sensor can’t track the exact position of the pointer itself, it will work to detect when it’s moving and then adjust the pointer accordingly.
The LG V30 comes with an IR sensor, a camera, and anti-ghosting, which can be turned on and off from the Display Mode menu.
LG says the anti anti-punching sensor is the best of its kind, and the anti ghosting technology will be added later on.
If you want to use anti-bugging technology, the monitor offers a dedicated “anti-bug” mode, and you can also set it to turn on automatically whenever a software-enabled bug occurs.
The V30 offers two anti-littering options, one for the rear panel, and one for its edge.
The anti-edge option can be set to “silent” mode that can’t be set or changed, and can be toggled from the bottom of the monitor.
If the anti edge is turned on, it can be disabled for the entire monitor, and will turn off when the screen is off.
The anti-glare coating is good, and LG says that it can detect the depth of a cursor up to 1 meter away, and in this case it can also distinguish between the reflection of light off the surface and the surface itself.
The rear panel is covered in anti-scratch protection, and there’s also an anti ghost-proof coating, which LG says is the highest of its type on any monitor.
The screen is 4K resolution and supports a maximum of 300Hz refresh rate, so you should be able to get the most out of the LG monitor.
LG claims that its anti ghost technology will last up to 10 years and its anti glare coating will last 100 years.