LG has officially announced its range of Windows 8 compatible devices prior to the 26 October launch of the Microsoft OS. The company unveiled its new product line-up via its blog (opens in new tab) and Flickr (opens in new tab) account.
The collection consists of the V325 desktop, which includes a 23in display with 10-point multi-touch support, Core i5 processor and a NVIDIA GeForce GT640M. It has also been reported (opens in new tab) that the ‘all-in-one’ PC will house a TV-tuner which does not need a full system boot up to be accessed.
LG’s H160 is a tablet-laptop hybrid with a similar form factor to that of Sony’s VAIO Duo 11. Promising a battery life of 10 hours and a thickness of 15.9mm (built-in keyboard included), its sliding function is operated via an auto-slide button. The 11.6in display is an IPS panel and the hybrid is said to have HDMI, USB outputs and a micro SD card slot.
(opens in new tab)Both devices will be hitting the Korean market at the launch of its affiliated OS. There has been no official news on a UK release or price point. There is also no word on the third device depicted above as LG did not mention it in its press release.