Today, South-Korean based corporation, LG electronics has revealed some of its first products running Windows 8, the H160 sliding tablet and a 23-inch touchscreen all-in-one PC, the V325. The LG H160 has an 11.6-inch touchscreen and runs on Windows 8, sliding form-factor with a QWERTY Keyboard with LG’s new mechanism called “Auto-sliding.”
The sliding tablet H160 weighs around 1.05kg with a 15.9mm thick features an LCD IPS panel with 178-degree viewing angle. Its connectivity includes USB, an HDMI port, microSD card slot, and a battery allowing for up to 10 hours of battery capacity. This sliding tablet also features a “Smart” touch pen facility.
Another device,all-in-one PC named the V325 has a 23-inch Full HD AIO PC with 10-finger multi-touch and a digital TV tuner, allowing for standalone TV viewing without having to boot into windows 8. It also comes with a remote control just to complete the illusion. This all-in-one PC is powered by a Core i5 processor, an NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M graphics card and support for 3D. It can boot up in half the time of its Windows 7 predecessors.
In addition to the H160 and V325, LG will be releasing another all-in-one PC, the ET83, and two ultrabooks, the Z355 and Z460 model, all pre-loaded with Windows 8 OS on October 26.
But LG electronics hasn’t reveal any pricing.