LG Electronics will showcase a new tablet Tab-Book in the MWC General Assembly at the end of this month, which uses tablet/notebook hybrid design, and the configuration is quite powerful.
LG Tab-Book is quite thin, the screen is 11.6-inch five-point touch IPS and the resolution is 1366 × 768, the viewing angle is 178 degrees, and the operating system is naturally the Windows 8.
It is with a dual-core Intel Core i5 processor, the specific model is unknown but it is certainly in the Ivy Bridge family, it also provides solid-state storage, LPDDR2 memory, Wi-Fi 802.11n, USB, HDMI, and microSD standard configuration, and it also specially supports the 4G/LTE network connection, but the specific format and speed temporarily is unknown.
The Tablet also uses a very special sliding keyboard design, press the “Auto-Sliding” button, the hidden keyboard will appear from the screen rear, and the tablet turns into the notebook.
Tab-Book will be the firstly listed in South Korea this week, and then gradually into other markets in the future.