updated 12:09 pm EST, Thu December 27, 2012
Range includes pair of Windows 8 hybrid tablet-notebooks
LG has revealed its lineup of PCs it will put on display at CES next month, all of which have Windows 8 pre-installed and take advantage of LG's IPS display technology. The collection includes a pair of hybrid notebook-tablets, an ultrabook with an eight-second booting time, and an all-in-one desktop computer with a touchscreen display.
The H160 Tab-Book has an 11.6-inch display, which hides a QWERTY keyboard that slides out from underneath. Despite the double layers, it measures 16mm (0.6 inches) thick and weighs 1.05kg (2.3 pounds). Though a processor isn't revealed, it will have a 12.5-hour battery life and connectivity via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, HDMI, USB, and a microSD slot. A more powerful model, the Z160, will have higher specifications including an Intel Core i5 processor, but keeps the weight and size of the H160.
Measuring 13.6mm (0.5 inches) and weighing 1.15kg (2.5 pounds), the Z360 Ultrabook uses an Intel Core i5 processor to get its quick boot time. The full HD IPS display can output a brightness of 300 nits. Media can be played back through WiDi wireless streaming, or through its SATA3 SSD storage.
Lastly, the AIO V325 PC will have a 23-inch display with 10-point multitouch. Powered by an Intel Core i5 processor and a GeForce GT640M GPU, it also has an integrated TV tuner, and a picture-in-picture mode to display both live television programming and the desktop simultaneously.