LG has slowly but surely started to make a name for itself in the native smartphone market. And while it still has a long way to go, the company has at least set out in the right direction. Now the company has more to offer with its new LG Tab Book notebook offering.
It hasn't been long since Electronics giant LG launched an Android-powered convertible notebook in its native market. Dubbed as LG Tab Book - the notebook comes with an 11.6-inch FHD display, and is powered by 2.6GHz 4th Gen Intel Core i5 4200U processor with Intel HD Graphics 4400.
The LG Tab Book has a bright 11.6-inch, full HD screen, having a resolution of 1920 x 1080-pixels. The convertible notebook offers a 4GB of RAM and 128 GB of SSD storage. Notably, the notebook is powered by a 2.6GHz Intel 4th generation Core i5 4200U processor.
Its dimensions are 286 x 192 x 16.7mm and weighs in at 1.05Kg. It also has a microSD card slot, HDMI port, 2 USB ports, audio jack, and 802.11b/g/n WiFi, and Bluetooth among others. Yes indeed, the notebook has a standard physical slider keyboard.
But while we wait for a more potential release date for the same, as far as the Indian market is concerned, let's take a look at the top features ans details of the device that could make it a dangerous prospect among others in the market.
The LG Tab Book has quite the bright 11.6-inch, full HD screen that will be enough to assist your eyes whenever you are making use of it. This means whatever the kind of light in the room or outside maybe, LG makes sure that the tab is always well lit to counter any situation.
Notably, the new notebook is powered by a 2.6GHz Intel 4th generation Core i5 4200U processor. This is quite the power to help you go through any related stuff on your notebook without problems related to hanging or lagging behind.
The new LG Tab Book features as much as 4GB of RAM to make life even easier for its users. And you can expect blazing fast processing power when that 4GB of RAM mixes with the 2.6GHz Intel 4th generation Core i5 4200U processor.
The LG Tab Book has a generous serving of SSD at 128 GB. This means that you can go on storing all you important files and apps without thinking about deleting others and make space for the new ones.
The new LG Tab Book is basically a 2-in-1 device, meaning that it has a sliding mechanism that helps it convert itself from a tablet into a laptop. Also, the device's keyboard is built-in so you won't have to buy a separate one and it carry it around. Cool, huh?