LG Electronics has big plans for CES 2014, and two of those will include the most recent Ultra PC (Model 13Z940) in addition to their second generation Tab-Book 2 hybrid devices (Models 11T740 and 11T540). Sporting far slimmer designs, the company’s most recent PC products would weigh less than what their predecessors did, in addition to featuring a far more refined set of features without being too harsh in terms of its form factor. All of them will run on Windows 8.1 as the oeperating system of choice, while taking into consideration LG’s superior IPS display technology.
First of all, the LG Ultra PC, also known as the 13Z940 if you love to play around with model numbers, would tip the scales at under 1kg, where it will boast of a clean and minimalist design. LG’s streamlined model will be able to deliver improved processing, excellent graphics performance as well as an extended battery life courtesy of the Haswell Intel Core i5 processor. Not only that, the LG Ultra PC would also come with a 128GB or 256GB SSD, allowing you to enjoy instantaneous booting alongside greater user convenience. Other hardware specifications include a Full HD 13.3” IPS display that has a Super Narrow Bezel design that measures just 4.4mm thin.
As for the LG Tab-Book 2, this particular model will continue the good fight of its predecessor, where it will run on Windows 8.1 as the operating system of choice, delivering 10-point touch control as well as a slide-out QWERTY keyboard that remain hidden under the11.6” touchscreen display. Pressing a button at the side of the unit would allow the keyboard to glide smoothly from beneath the display as an immediate call to action. The flagship model 11T740 Tab-Book 2 is extremely svelte at just 16.7mm thin, which makes it ideal to tote around without causing too much unnecessary burden on your shoulders, tipping the scales at a mere 1.05kg. Pricing details for both devices remain to be determined as at press time.