Includes tablet-laptop hybrid and desktop that comes with 23-inch display.
Prior to Windows 8's release on October 26, LG has officially announced its lineup of Windows 8 devices.
The range of devices includes the V325 desktop and a tablet-laptop hybrid, the H160. The PC features a 23-inch display with 10-point multi-touch support, a Core i5 processor and a NVIDIA GeForce GT640M. What's more, it's said that the "all-in-one" PC will boast a TV-tuner that doesn't require a full system boot up in order to be accessed.
Elsewhere, LG’s H160 will have over 10 hours of battery life, a built-in keyboard, a thickness of 15.9mm and a sliding function that's operated through an auto-slide button. The device also features an 11.6-inch IPS panel display, in addition to HDMI, USB outputs and a micro SD card slot.
Both of the devices will initially launch within the Korean market upon the release of Windows 8. A price point and a Western release wasn't mentioned by LG.
Windows 8, as well as several tablets/laptops/ultrabooks will launch on October 26, which includes Microsoft's Surface.