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Today I learned LG makes a space-saving cubicle monitor

Today I learned LG makes a space-saving cubicle monitor


You can either hang up the 27-inch LG Libero inside your cubicle or stand it up on your desk.

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An image of LG’s Libero Monitor hanging on a cubicle
The LG Libero sits flush against partitions.
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Desk space is pretty limited when you’re working inside a cubicle, but LG’s 27-inch Libero Monitor could help you clear up a little more room. The monitor, which LG released back in August, comes with a two-way stand that lets you either hang it up on the wall of your workspace or have it stand on its own.

The Libero’s design is pretty clever. It actually hangs upside down when hooked to the included partition hanger, and then flips right side up when set atop your desk. LG says it automatically adjusts its screen orientation when flipped, and it also comes with a detachable webcam (along with two webcam ports), so you can partake in video calls no matter how it’s mounted.

That said, it seems like a useful external monitor or a replacement for an existing one, and its specs aren’t too shabby either. The Libero features a 1440p QHD display with support for HDR 10, USB-C power delivery, and built-in speakers. It normally costs a pricey $499.99, but it’s currently on sale on Amazon for $299.99.

And yes, while there is a number of cubicle monitor mounts already available online, this is certainly the first monitor I’ve seen that comes with the functionality built-in. The mounts will run you about $30 — so they’re definitely a much cheaper solution to purchasing the Libero — but it’s still cool to see a monitor with an innovative design that doesn’t just revolve around size.