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CES: LG introduces the second generation of the tab book

2014-03-21  |  Comebuy News

Further innovations for the next week exhibition of Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, LG has made public. There will be a second edition of the tab book, a Windows Tablet with keyboard dock, in addition to an "ultra PC" and an all-in one system that can be used as a TV.

For the tab Book2, as the little surprising name of the new edition is, are Windows 8.1 and support for up to ten fingers simultaneously. The device will feature a 11.6-inch screen. LG promises also more powerful internal components, including a core i5 processor of Intel of the current generation of HASWELL. Details to follow next week in Las Vegas. But the model numbers are clear: 11 T 740 for the fully equipped with 1.05 pounds weight and 11 T 540 for a 930 grams heavy, slightly weaker variant equipped.

The Ultrabook ultra PC (model number 13Z940) will also have a core i5, but also features a 13.3-inch display with HD resolution and a solid state drive with either 128 or 256 GB capacity. In addition, LG turns out the thickness of maximum 1.4 centimeters and the weight of 980 grams. Also, there should be a feature called reading mode, in which the background of the screen looks like paper.

The last announced device, the LG AIO PC with 27-inch display is suitable also for the living room. In an unspecified Intel Core CPU and the NVIDIA GeForce GT 740 M graphics will be used. To use it as a TV or monitor, there is an HDMI input.

Already in December, LG had announced the first all-in one PC with Google's cloudbasiertem operating system chrome OS for the CES. A 21.5-inch IPS LCD with a full HD resolution of 1920 times 1080 pixels provides the "chrome base" (model number 22CV241).

[with material by Don Reisinger, News.com]

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