LG StandByMe

LG’s New TV Literally Comes In A Suitcase

StandbyME Go

LG has announced the StandbyME Go which is literally a TV in a suitcase.

It’s a 27-inch 1080p LCD display that is house in a suitcase that also contains a built-in battery (lasting three hours) and a 20-watt speaker. Obviously, it’s designed to be used out of the house at camping sites and such, and it’s actually a cool concept.

The display can be swivelled, tilted and rotated and go between landscape and portrait orientations as well as a table mode. It also has a touch-screen as well, so you don’t need to worry about carrying a remote.

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The StandbyME runs LG’s WebOS software, so it was streaming services built in and can also run Apple AirPlay and screen mirroring.

LG StandByMe

Interestingly enough, it also has Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, which is pretty high-end, and it comes with an outdoor picture mode that utilises peak brightness as well.

As far as I can tell, this hasn’t been announced for Australia yet, but it’s going to cost $999 USD (~$1,527 AUD) which it launches in the US next month. You can find more info HERE.