Some of the IT players involved in the Windows 8 product launch proved particularly eager to announce their products, but LG was more laid-back, which is why it is only now making the formal introduction of its devices.
Like its rivals, Lenovo
, etc, LG will launch tablets, all-in-one computers, laptops and desktops. So far, only the first three have been revealed though.
The tablet would have been intriguing if we hadn't seen Sony's Vaio Duo 11
already. Called LG H160, it measures 11.6 inches in diagonal and has a slide-out keyboard.
The display is an IPS LCD with touch support, but the rest of the specs are unknown, which means that the odds are even for this to be a Windows 8 or Windows RT slate.
If the former is true, the central processor is an Intel Clover Trail or Core Series. If the latter is true, the central chip is probably an NVIDIA Tegra 3 or something from Texas Instruments or Qualcomm.
Whichever the case may be, buyers will get Wi-Fi, USB support, an HDMI output, a microSD card slot and a 10-hour battery.
The second product, V325, is a 23-inch all-in-one PC with a 10-point multi-touch Full HD screen (1920 x 1080 pixels).
In addition to decent graphics (NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M, better than the IGP in the CPU), the product ships with a TV tuner and a remote control.
LG will only sell the H160 tablet and V325 all-in-one in South Korea, at least at first, from October 26 onwards. It shouldn't take overly long for other regions to get them though.
What's more, since the holidays are approaching, the corporation will provide two ultrabooks (Z355 and Z460) as well as a second AiO PC. Overall, when adding 23-inch IPS Smart TVs
, LG has a very well rounded product collection ready to sell.