LG has finally emerged from hibernation to unveil its new Windows 8 machine, LG H160 Sliding convertible tablet.
LG H160 Sliding Windows 8 Tablet
LG H160 Sliding convertible tablet is an 11.6-inch touchscreen machine running full-flat version of Windows 8, instead of Windows RT. Since no Windows RT, it is obvious H160 packs inside an Intel processor rather than ARM chip.
A neat spring loaded mechanism helps the tablet to join it to a full-sized QWERTY keyboard turning it into a laptop. Also, the screen can be tilted and adjusted to the optimum position for your viewing. The device provides a wide viewing angle of 178 degrees. LG H160 sports looks much similar to Sony’s recently revealed VAIO Duo 11 but weighs more than its competitor (1.05 KG).
For connectivity purposes, there is Wi-Fi option, full-sized USB, a micro SD card slot, HDMI out and Bluetooth. The main highlight of LG tablet is that a single charge is capable of providing battery life up to 10 hours. That’s incredible, isn’t it? All thanks to Intel’s processing!
There is no word on the pricing yet however, LG H160 is expected to go on sale shortly after the official launch of Windows 8 i.e. October 26. Furthermore to add, the device comes equipped with a ‘Smart’ touch pen but, it’s not clear if that’s a simple capacitive stylus or a proper active-digitizer version.
Source, Image Credits– The Verge.