By Vamien McKalin | Oct 23, 2012 09:35 AM EDT
The Windows 8 launch is just around the corner and OEMs are preparing their products for consumer consumption. One such OEM is LG and the company's collection of Windows 8 devices ranges from a sleek looking slider PC, to a V325 all-in-one PC.
Three devices are on offer from the company; however, LG chose only to mention two, which could imply that the last device isn't quite ready yet. The first of the three devices is the LG H160 Hybrid Slider laptop that manages to pack a 11.6-inch display. This laptop is running either Windows 8 or Windows RT, LG did not specify which version of the OS is at the heart of the device, but it could likely be Windows RT due to the size of the display. The H160 has its own auto slide button, 11.6-inch IPS display, Wi-Fi, HDMI, US port, and a microSD card slot. The battery supports up to 10 hours of usage, which is similar to the usage support offered by the Surface RT from Microsoft.
The next LG device is the V325 all-in-one Windows 8 computer. The first thing users will notice is the 23-inch touch sensitive display, the company did not mention if the screen is IPS. Under the hood, the V325 packs in an Intel i5 processor with NVIDIA GTX 640m GPU, which should be enough for some basic gaming and nothing too fancy. The device also has a TV Tuner which can be turned on without the need to fully boot the computer. For now, the TV Tuner could possibly only be for the Korean market, and it isn't known if international versions of the V325 will come without the TV Tuner.
LG didn't mention when consumers can get their hands on these devices; however, with the Windows 8 launch not too far away, it could be that the company may launch these products on the day, or wait until the holiday season for the devices to make an appearance.
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