LG just has revealed Windows 8 powered 11.6-incher H160 slider tablet hybrid along with 23-incher V325 all-in-one (AIO) touchscreen PC.
First of all; going toe to toe for fans against Sony’s similarly-sliding VAIO Duo 11 — not to mention Toshiba’s U925t Ultrabook — the LG H160 slider tablet hybrid is equipped with an LCD IPS panel with 178-degree viewing angles. Boasting 10hrs of battery life, the “Smart” touch pen equipped slider slate features a USB port, an HDMI port, MicroSD card slot alongside WiFi connectivity. Measuring just at 15.9mm thick, the device weighs 1.05kg. It is expected to retail around US$996 in South Korea — at least.
Talking about 23-incher LG V325 All in One PC, the desktop grabs a Full HD screen with 10-finger multitouch sensitivity. Featuring a built-in digital TV tuner — allowing users to watch live TV without having to boot the PC into Windows 8 — the V325 AIO desktop also is 3D-supported and can boot up in half the time of its Windows 7 predecessors — thanks to its Intel Core i5 processor and NVIDIA GeForce GT640M graphics. No words on pricing yet, but we will likely see a launch schedule on October 26.
Stay for additional details, as the Korean giant is also expected to bring a display-only model of the V325 along with new Ultrabooks – the LG Z355 and Z460 – and other devices running Windows 8 OS, again from Oct 26.