LG Flatron monitors come with a minimalist aesthetic design, ambient light sensor, response time compensation mode and black level control. Unlike many other monitors, LG Flatron monitors come with a headphone jack.
The auto bright ambient light sensor senses the amount of ambient light in the room and adjusts the brightness of the display accordingly. The black level control has two settings: low and bright. In the E2350V model, the bright setting gives it a lower black level than other monitors. The onscreen display gives users access to various settings including color temperature and a volume control for the headphone jack. The E2350V model has a 16:9 aspect ratio and full HD native resolution.
Unlike most monitors that use a TN panel, the IPS235 features an IPS panel, which gives users wider viewing angles and vibrant color accuracy. The disadvantage of IPS panels is they have slower response times compared to TN panels; however, the IPS235 exhibits no ghosting on fast-moving objects. This model uses real buttons with the onscreen display. The IPS231P model has a height-adjustable stand that rotates to a portrait mode. The E2251VQ has a response time compensation mode, which lowers response time and makes moving objects look smoother.