LG re-enters the computer market with sleek new devices
LG has made a re-entry into the laptop market with three sleek new devices – two hybrid PCs and an ultrabook for fast and convenient computing on the go.
There are two models in the LG Tab-Book range which is a tablet than can transform into a laptop with a slide out keyboard.
The devices have an 11.6-inch five-point touch screen with IPS (in-plane switching) for a wide 178-degree viewing angle.
It has a one-touch auto sliding design which means users can switch from tablet to laptop mode with the press of a button.
From here the screen pops up and the full QWERTY keyboard slide into view to give users the best of both worlds.
These models are running Windows 8 and come with USB and HDMI for advanced connectivity.
Added to the ease of portability is the light 1.05kg weight.
Users can choose between two models – the Z160 running the Intel Core i5 processor or the H160 running the Intel Atom processor.
The LG Z160 and H160 will be available in early July and will be priced at $1,499 and $999 respectively.
LG’s Z360 Ultrabook has already won a Red Dot design award and has svelte proportions – only 13.6mm thick and weighing a featherweight 1.15kg.
The device has a sharp 13.3-inch full high definition display and has a 128GB SSD (solid state drive) as well as WiDi which allows users to wirelessly mirror their screen on their smart TV in full high definition.
The LG Z360 Ultrabook will also be available in mid July and will be priced at $1,399.