LG to Samsung: Your Move

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  • LokiDaFerret
    LokiDaFerret 19 hours ago

    Combining displays with actual computer hardware is totally retarded. LG must have hired someone retards from Apple. 😁

  • mjc0961
    mjc0961 Day ago

    32:9 aint it, LG.
    Neither is 18:9. Go back to 16:9, LTT.

  • NRG
    NRG Day ago

    csgo 4:3 stretched...

  • Daniel Nabors
    Daniel Nabors Day ago

    That last monitor is meant to be a basic stream machine! I bet it does picture in picture really well, and changes between inputs butter smooth!

  • David Jelonek
    David Jelonek Day ago

    Watching this as I'm boxing u an LG monitor for return.... Got it 3 days after Christmas and dead already. Innovation is nice, LONGEVITY is better.

  • marcusdumitru
    marcusdumitru Day ago

    That all in one at 4:20 is for front desk in ... Art galleries?

  • MrTingles
    MrTingles Day ago

    that display with a rudimentary PC in it would probably be good for office PCs. for office work at start ups and other small companies maybe?

  • Tech With Sean
    Tech With Sean Day ago

    Real g-sync is still best

  • Aspen Watson
    Aspen Watson Day ago

    It's a thin client. So it's literally just a nice display with a simple computer slapped on the back that's really only made for connecting to a virtual machine. They're great for schools since all of the computer hardware is just a server somewhere with a bunch of virtual machines which helps keep things easy to maintain and simple to set up. They can also be used in the workplace, especially if you have an office without dedicated desks (think call centers and stuff like that) - thin clients enable people to access their own virtual desktop no matter what client they use to access it.

  • BC P
    BC P Day ago

    No one gives a shit about gsnyc anymore. Nvidia is supporting freesync now. Lol. No point in wasting $200 on the same panel.

  • AFIYT
    AFIYT Day ago +1

    Why do his hands have a trail effect ?
    Does someone at LTT work for marvel?
    So many questions ?
    No good answers but what is not to be questioned is
    Dbrand skins
    check the link in the description

  • LightBringer81
    LightBringer81 Day ago

    Funny... Linus doesn't recognise a thin client display. :D

  • walter caorle
    walter caorle Day ago

    and to think that there are still video games that do not support ultrawide natively

  • Nouri Shaaya
    Nouri Shaaya 2 days ago

    4:29 its a macbook

  • Cesar Osorio
    Cesar Osorio 2 days ago

    Want to see more of the last screen computer thing

  • Rannon
    Rannon 2 days ago

    On the Grams ratio. I'd love to see more (or any) new 16:10 monitors!

  • rekareaper
    rekareaper 2 days ago

    Samsung had already announced a 5120x1440p HDR10 120Hz Freesync monitor when you uploaded this lol.

  • P Wettergreen
    P Wettergreen 2 days ago

    Security office. LOL

  • Prosanta Bhowmik
    Prosanta Bhowmik 2 days ago

    I dont know
    Let me know in the comments below,yay
    What is this thing
    Why do you think this exists,yay
    Linus deserves a ft in eminems

  • HazewinDog
    HazewinDog 2 days ago

    if LG didn't also make computers, I would be more inclined to share your curiosity over the "display builder slapping a PC on" thing

  • Phantasmagoria
    Phantasmagoria 2 days ago

    "The future is now... later." - Linus Sebastian, 2019

  • vaudevillian vicarious

    I want that utlra wide with freesync

  • Mark Newcombe
    Mark Newcombe 2 days ago

    That weird monitor with the pc on back would make a very cool top monitor running 2nd steam account on a simulator so you or anyone watching you drive could get a vid playback stream not just the seat view on the trips its also good for running seperate dash display type stuff on that 4th top monitor and not sucking any resources from the game rig. Probably not the cheapest option but would be pretty dam cool.

  • BigKrizzah
    BigKrizzah 2 days ago

    That last one looks like it's geared toward the kind of lobby advertising display purpose. Slap it on a wall with presentations and widgets and stuff. Could also be a decent meeting room PC

  • Steve C
    Steve C 2 days ago

    4:20 just a fat thin client

  • Aka Home Acc
    Aka Home Acc 2 days ago

    Samsung to LG: Your Move

  • Pay The BOSS
    Pay The BOSS 2 days ago

    Samsung CRG9 Video???

  • steven pooley
    steven pooley 2 days ago

    imagine three of these stacked ontop of each other

  • Sharky Sharklops
    Sharky Sharklops 2 days ago

    God damn do I ever hate rear "ambient" lighting on TVs and monitors

  • shred1894
    shred1894 3 days ago

    It exists because AIO thinclients.

  • Nick Narcowich
    Nick Narcowich 3 days ago

    If it is not on your phone, you should not be recommending it.

  • The 3rd Tausk
    The 3rd Tausk 3 days ago

    That last device (The screen with the built-in pc) would be perfect for my music studio. damn.

  • tunespt
    tunespt 3 days ago

    Linux, that type of monitor with that power builtin, is more than enough to decluter a creative company division, specially final composing, where pens and touchscreens are useless, decluter anywhere where office desktops are used. It's simply awesome as I sell and maintain hundreds of desktops. My stock exchange agent will love this one.

  • Awaiting Input
    Awaiting Input 3 days ago

    Linus don't ever tell me that you'd love to hear from me again... it was creepy af.

  • James Mastroianni
    James Mastroianni 3 days ago

    When it comes to that 38CK950N, that would be a huge seller in office spaces that require lots of screen real estate but don't wanna get too involved in the tech. For example I could see row after row of customer service stations with these on their desk. It's an ultrawide high res panel, which makes the multiple windows they will need to have open easy to use, and the all in one nature will be super clean and easy to manage for the desk space, so it is less wires being run, which is always a good thing. Also being a Ryzen APU is a good thing because AMD, so glad to see an OEM (LG) actually decided to go not Intel in an "all in one" for a change.

  • Jesus Alfonso
    Jesus Alfonso 3 days ago

    buying this monitor can make me less noob in fps games?

  • Sjors de bruijn
    Sjors de bruijn 3 days ago

    It's looks kinda like a 5K monitor cut in half

  • AkaBigWurm77
    AkaBigWurm77 3 days ago

    looks better when the monitor people put a PC in the monitor

  • skylar15123
    skylar15123 3 days ago

    When will we get monitors that are so wide that a couch is easier to move through a door

  • Chris Perry
    Chris Perry 3 days ago

    That things ridiculous. lol

  • Sunshine Starcraft
    Sunshine Starcraft 3 days ago

    This is what they should put in the gaming chair thing

  • Soula Tselepi
    Soula Tselepi 3 days ago

    Best. Clickbait. Ever.

  • Nick Rodrigez
    Nick Rodrigez 3 days ago

    You enthusiasm about G-sync makes me vomit 1:45
    That thing is SHIT, at least the one that uses the module (all those who bought that crap GOT FUCKED)

  • Steven Pedersen
    Steven Pedersen 3 days ago

    That LG/computer combination would be a great product for call centers. All call centers I've worked for have double monitor for improved efficiency, and since you only have to add a headset (in case of a cloud based call center) for you to work, it could be a all-in-one solution - even for home work.

  • Jeremiah McQuiston
    Jeremiah McQuiston 3 days ago

    I'm so disappointed in dbrand.... No Prism cover for the Galaxy series... I own s8+

  • Lunch Box
    Lunch Box 3 days ago

    my current LG is 3840x1600... why are you making a big deal out of 1440 vertical again?

  • Short Circuit
    Short Circuit 3 days ago

    I’m pretty sure hundreds of others have said this but if not, that Thin Client computer monitor is perfect for businesses. People at front desks with limited/no space for towers/nucs or workers who just need a lightweight computer to access a powerful VDI server that is in another part of the building or off campus. Plug a mouse and keyboard in and your workers can login to their personal virtual desktop from any terminal. Makes restoring work computers a snap too since it’s all virtual and then you don’t have to manage multiple pc cases filling with dust or anything.
    TL;DR workers are replacing multiple monitors with ultrawides

  • S. Smith
    S. Smith 3 days ago +1

    5:27 Looked like another youtuber for a moment there.

  • Kevin Vandy
    Kevin Vandy 3 days ago

    I like the 2:1 aspect ratio

  • TheSethOF
    TheSethOF 3 days ago

    The last monitor is definitely for Thin Client usage and would be a really good solution from my perspective. But what would be AWESOME -> 144hz Monitor with a built in Streaming PC or Capture Card, so that you only need to have a single Desktop PC in your Room and as soon as you switch on the "Streaming Function" on the Monitor (as easy as something like a brightness adjustment setting), the Card/PC will start and Stream to Floatplane/Twitch/TheXvid, with whatever settings you as a user has precompiled into it :D

  • Progressive
    Progressive 3 days ago

    I'm so selling my kidneys for this

  • WooDWorkeR
    WooDWorkeR 3 days ago

    Remote Office Communication Devices, we have in all of our 3 offices monitor+webcam+pc on a movable stand so we can have better team interaction then chat

  • Michael Green
    Michael Green 3 days ago

    Buying that 38" screen......... Hurry up with it already LG.

  • Adam949
    Adam949 3 days ago

    At least it has an AMD APU. Not bad I guess is what it is.

  • Fuzzymoon Beam
    Fuzzymoon Beam 3 days ago

    I don't even play games but your excitement is making me excited

  • xorkatoss
    xorkatoss 3 days ago +1

    4:17 I actually find this a good idea, for casual gamers like myself that are fine with 1080p 60fps and mostly watch movies/youtube videos it might be a real space saver!
    put an i7 in there and also slap a thunderbolt connection to allow external gpu usage and it's a really good compact pc!

  • Satoshi Nakamoto
    Satoshi Nakamoto 3 days ago

    The screen is trash

  • Angel Manuel Perez
    Angel Manuel Perez 3 days ago

    It's like an AIO with a monitoring that's actually worth it.

  • Sean Murphy
    Sean Murphy 3 days ago

    The monitor with the PC at the back I could see being really good for business' that have windows licenses already. Or as the gift of choice to from the techie to the normie. Buy the thing, load windows and vioala, a cheaper all in one that doesn't come with all the bloatware and convoluted recovery partitions that are almost never used.

  • Raykahn
    Raykahn 3 days ago

    @Linus That last monitor is just an All-In-One. Lots of positions in the enterprise space need screen real estate, but not necessarily power behind it. Think positions like accountants or plan reviewers, who may have a few windows open they view all at once, but aren't performance hogs. Products like that make it easy to give employees a cleaner work space by reducing the computer's footprint on their desk, as well as removing wire clutter. Personally I think using a VESA mount for an ultracompact desktop is the better way to do it, but its just a different flavor of the same thing.

  • JETWTF
    JETWTF 3 days ago

    I can't play games on an ultrawide monitor... not because of my PC but because of the monitors dimensions. It makes me feel like I am wearing a knights helmet without the weight on my neck. Just doesn't feel right. What would be better for me is a large monitor without the game itself scaling to fit it but add more peripheral view to fill the screen. I prefer 16:10 over 16:9 aspect ratio.. ultrawides are even worse for me lol.

  • Boomer Corley
    Boomer Corley 3 days ago

    That last LG monitor would make a really great high end thin client, which is becoming increasingly popular again in the enterprise space

  • Aaron Dowdy
    Aaron Dowdy 3 days ago

    I could see the computer built into the screen being useful for people that use all in one PC's. Sometimes people tend to go this route when they would prefer not to have a desk crowded with peripherals that they aren't interested in using that often.

  • Mishotaki
    Mishotaki 3 days ago

    is the ad saying that the Dbrand protector is good or that the Dewalt hammer is bad?

  • Trystan Auddino
    Trystan Auddino 3 days ago

    That LG mini pc is a mac killer

  • Howard
    Howard 3 days ago

    1:53 Take Mandrinas Coffee away from Linus his had too much

  • jrzez
    jrzez 3 days ago

    IPS? No. Thanks. Weird screen glow, weird blooming, weird contrast, not for me.

  • Jamal Taylor
    Jamal Taylor 4 days ago

    Monitor with built in PC? If they made it field serviceable, then it's great. If not, it's yet another all in one.
    It's for the people that can't stand wires, even the ones you absolutely need, like the power cable.
    It would also be good for content consumption systems or as a home entertainment hub for a small apartment, or a secondary one for a bedroom, kitchen, or someplace you don't really want a tower.
    Could also be good for kids, as there's nothing to knock over or shove toys in.
    If it had a thunderbolt port and could accommodate an external GPU, it becomes a decent gaming station with very little effort.

  • Art Grace
    Art Grace 4 days ago

    개임 5개를 한번에 돌릴수도 있겠다

  • James Bradley
    James Bradley 4 days ago +3

    Thanks for the vid and information. I have 5 screens as I am a daytrader. I would consider these monitors.

    • Chad Anaconda
      Chad Anaconda 17 hours ago

      Does displaying all that data at once actually help? Like how can you even see it all? I've wondered this for a while about daytraders. Wouldn't it make more sense to set some kind of alerts like "this stock's running average passed threshold x" or whatever so you aren't limited to what your eyes can take in?

  • Eternal Rest
    Eternal Rest 4 days ago

    Samsung to LG: Wider does not mean better.
    Sorry, but I dont give a shit how wide a screen is if it doesnt have a matching height. Who cares about the side peripheral vision when u can still see the wall above your screen??

  • Aggnog
    Aggnog 4 days ago

    Wish we got at least some good 16:10 monitors. Only eizo, dell and nec seem to care about people who actually work on their computers (what a concept).

  • don11211
    don11211 4 days ago

    The last monitor was a nice idea for a thin client computer that is generally used in enterprise environments that instead of having the storage device and OS on the computer. Rely on virtual desktop infrastructure(VDI). Benefits are easier deployments of client computers, standardization across deployments easily, lower computer cost(fewer components). Now the downside is you need a beefier server infrastructure to handle this and a slightly better service team to support it.

  • dieKatze88
    dieKatze88 4 days ago

    The one with the computer in there? It's for digital signage. If they've got something cheap enough, I know a bunch of people who will trip over eachother to get that for digital signage applications.

  • blooskys1
    blooskys1 4 days ago

    It exists for enterprise streaming services...its already out of date as monitors by Sony and LG will have crystal sound higher refresh and lower power consumption

  • Bandit Darville
    Bandit Darville 4 days ago

    It's the next version of Thin Clients. Can't wait to get them dumped to our store in 10 years time.

  • Alexandru Iliescu
    Alexandru Iliescu 4 days ago

    thin client with display - good for business ( office work ) - or might be okay for streaming box to view content from the network

  • Evan Hankin
    Evan Hankin 4 days ago

    The Monitor /PC device (without os) is possibly for commercial installs. Server /workstations config possibly, I can see it used for education etc. nice idea, easy purchase and rollout with any config I guess.

  • Nakul Sharma
    Nakul Sharma 4 days ago

    Please check the Samsung's Q9C. It costs a freaking ₹2500000.

  • Jorelplay
    Jorelplay 4 days ago

    about the last monitor: it's very cool if you don't care about gaming. I would recommend this PC to my parents: a nice monitor with no box

  • Petar Menger
    Petar Menger 4 days ago

    Looks like LG is just testing the water for potential customers for this kind of product.

  • JustInsane D
    JustInsane D 4 days ago

    Did the thumbnail on this one just change a day after upload?

  • rjc0234
    rjc0234 4 days ago

    you know that HDR demo on screen at the start was bullshit, becuse I could still see the difference on my non-HDR monitor.

  • Excalibur Umbra
    Excalibur Umbra 4 days ago

    LG: (gives the beer back to Samsung)
    Samsung: (throws down the gauntlet at LG)
    Me: (eats popcorn)

  • F900EX
    F900EX 4 days ago

    Linus, you know as well as I do this is not what main line PC gamers want.. its all overpriced crap and honestly at 175FPS your probably requiring 2x 2080ti to even get close to it.

  • gtarbmx
    gtarbmx 4 days ago

    should've uploaded this video in super ultrawide so i can watch it on my monitor

  • Nobodytoyou !
    Nobodytoyou ! 4 days ago

    Still no 16:3 ultra wides? welp I'll be keeping my 3 144hz dells at this point.

  • sundhaug92
    sundhaug92 4 days ago

    What is this? I mean it's quite clearly being marketed towards traders, esp stock-traders

  • sruly p.
    sruly p. 4 days ago

    *LG* naming Depot.

  • 7DEVA00
    7DEVA00 4 days ago

    DID anyone notice in that add...the hammer is touching on the table...not on the phone screen...fake as ever......great ......i belive this whole LTT is fake..gonna unsubscribe.

  • skinz
    skinz 4 days ago

    its nothing special if you think about the tech (not available) that's already years ahead of our time new tech is not new its (drip fed) to us for money and profit purposes if its the latest and greatest ever then that's the best they can do???? no i guarantee there's another on the way then another and another all better than the 1 before how?? its all recycled old shit repackaged into new shit to be sold again as new shit to fund more shit until they decide when real new tech is ready to be unveiled as a breakthrough in technology from some pop up tech company that is more than likely a sister company to Samsung or otherwise wake up and save your money what you have now works fine..

  • XantheFIN
    XantheFIN 4 days ago

    @4:20 Linus forgot iMac exists.

  • XantheFIN
    XantheFIN 4 days ago

    @1:09 Razer prototypes was stolen again.

  • XantheFIN
    XantheFIN 4 days ago

    Screen protector.. look 3M Safety and Security window films.

  • Jörg Flechsig
    Jörg Flechsig 4 days ago

    lol what a bad hammer

  • ShaqGames
    ShaqGames 4 days ago

    Ummm it’s an AiO

  • Gsup7s
    Gsup7s 4 days ago

    Exist. Because the possibility for it exists. Exists. And would have been the next step in personal computing. Except cloud computing will unfortunately overshadow the products lifespan.

  • Kek Tech
    Kek Tech 4 days ago

    Samsungs new super ultra wide has same res with hdr and 120 hz so samsung wins that round

  • Aaron Votan
    Aaron Votan 4 days ago

    Love the new aspect ratio of your videos. Fills my note 9 screen very nicely