When we think of tablets, chances are we think of the iPad, or maybe Samsung’s Galaxy Tab series of tablets, or maybe even the Microsoft Surface. This is despite the fact that companies such as LG have tablets of their own, like the LG G Pad 8.3 from 2013, for example. That being said, LG has recently announced a new Windows tablet in the form of the LG Tab Book Duo.
Following in the footsteps of other tablets with detachable keyboards, the LG Tab Book Duo will come with a similar setup – a screen that can act as a tablet, and a keyboard attachment that lets you type out documents and emails and surf the web like you would with a laptop, which is a boon especially for those that hate typing on virtual keyboards for long periods of time.
The display of the Tab Book Duo is of the 10-inch IPS LCD variety although its resolution is unknown at this point in time. The tablet will be powered by an Intel quad-core chipset and will come with Windows 8.1 preinstalled. There will be a USB 3.0 port, a micro HDMI port, and for those concerned about battery life, LG boasts that the Tab Book Duo will run for 11 hours on a full charge.
Unfortunately as it stands the LG Tab Book Duo has only been announced in South Korea where it is selling for approximately $670. No word on availability outside of South Korea but we will be keeping our eyes peeled all the same.
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