LG isn’t a company that is known for their computers, but it seems that come CES 2014, the South Korean tech giant plans to change our minds with a slew of new computer products, ranging from tablet-like devices to an all-in-one (AIO) desktop system.
The company has recently announced that they will be debuting a new LG Ultra PC in the form of the 13Z940, which the company claims will weigh less than 1kg and will sport a clean design, making it a great way for users to carry it with them on the go, whether it be for school or work purposes. The device will sport a 13.3” Full HD display with a bezel that measures 4.4mm thin, and will also come with a rather interesting “Reader Mode” that transforms the background of any image to help reduce eye-strain.
Next up is LG’s Tab-Book 2 which is the follow up to the original LG Tab-Book that was announced earlier this year at CES 2013. The device will run on the latest Windows 8.1 operating system and will feature a touchscreen display, while also coming with a slideout QWERTY keyboard that allows users an alternative way to interact with the device and to input text. Weighing just a little over 1kg, the flagship Tab-Book 2 11T740 will include an 11.6” Full HD IPS display and will be powered by Intel’s Core i5 processor.
Last but not least is LG’s AIO desktop PC which will feature a whopping 27” Full HD IPS display. It will come with a remote that allows it to switch between TV mode and computer mode without having to restart the device at all. The computer will also pack an NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M GPU which should allow gamers to get some gaming in with some decent graphics. Pricing and availability have yet to be determined, but presumably LG will have more information to share come CES 2014, so check back with us then for the details.