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LG Ultra PC, Tab-Book 2 and more to debut at CES 2014

LG to bring updated portable computers and a AIO to CES 2014

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LG Ultra PC, Tab-Book 2 and more to debut at CES 2014

LG will be on hand at CES 2014 with some updated computers. The LG Ultra PC will be debuting in updated form at the show. The notebook weighs less than 1kg and uses the latest Intel Core i5 processors. It will be available with 128GB or 256GB of SSD storage.

The display is a 13.3-inch IPS unit with a very thin 4.4mm bezel. The Ultra PC is 13.6mm at its thickest point. The Tab-Book 2 is an updated version of the original Tab-Book. The new version runs Windows 8.1 and has a 10-point of touch touchscreen measuring 11.6-inches.

The screen has a maximum brightness of 400 nits making it daylight readable. It will use fourth generation Intel Core i5 processors. LG will also have a 27-inch AIO machine that runs Windows 8.1 and has NVIDIA GT 740M graphics. The AIO can also be used as a TV or a monitor for Blu-ray players and other items.

“Lightweight, beautiful and fast, the latest PC products from LG offer unmatched versatility,” said Hyoung-sei Park, head of the IT Business Division at LG Electronics’ Home Entertainment Company. “Our 2014 lineup is specifically designed to let customers take advantage of cutting-edge technology in a myriad of innovative ways. Essentially, the new generation of PC products from LG enables users to find the perfect computer for their needs, whether it’s for home, work, school or entertainment.”

 

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