LG unveils Windows 8.1 PC lineup for CES 2014
MANILA, Philippines - LG is first off the block in unveiling its Windows-based PC and tablet lineup for the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
The Korean-based technology company will be showing off 3 new Windows 8.1 devices that go head-to-head with Samsung’s line of Ativ devices.
LG Ultra PC
The Ultra PC is a 13.3-inch ultrabook that runs off Intel’s new Haswell i5 processor, with either 128GB or 256GB of storage. The laptop comes with a Full HD IPS display with an ultra thin 4.4mm bezel, no word yet on whether it's a touchscreen. The device is at most 13.6mm thick and weighs just under a kilo.
The Tab-Book 2 is an 11.6-inch tablet with a built in keyboard that slides out from under the device, but not detachable. An update to the Tab-Book which it introduced at CES a year ago, the Tab-Book 2 is thinner but more powerful. It comes with a Full HD IPS display with 10-point multitouch. Available in two variants, the higher end model is powered by an Intel Core i5 processor and is 2.7mm thinner and 0.18kg lighter than last year’s model.
LG AIO PC
AIO stands for all in one. LG has yet to release a photo of the device but we expect it to look like Apple’s iMac. The 27-inch desktop PC also has a Full HD IPS display. Just like Samsung’s Ativ One 5 all in-one, the computer can be also used as a TV. - Rappler.com