LG annouces availability of V300 “all in one” PCs

/ 7 years ago

LG has made its first all in one PC available for shipping as of today. The V300 All in One PCs were shown off earlier this year at Computex 2011 in Taipei. The highlights of the V300 series are:

  • Unique FPR (Film-type Patterned Retarder) display.
  • 2nd Generation Intel Processors.
  • IPS (In Plane Switching) Screen with a 178 degree viewing angle.
  • Touch-Panel screen.
  • 3D ready.
  • Slim design, 44.65mm
  • Wireless keyboard and mouse

LG have engineered this computer specifically with functionality and minimalism in mind. The addition of wireless keyboard and mouse means the computer takes only 1 power cable and nothing else is needed for it to operate. The ultra slimline design with the high quality touch screen gives the V300 the clout to content with Apple all in one PCs. The V300 has already been launched in Korea and now it gets its launch across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

Pricing details have not be released yet but prices will be highly variable depending on specifications of the processor, storage drives, graphics capabilities and memory capacity.

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2 Responses to “LG annouces availability of V300 “all in one” PCs”
  1. Leo Bien Durana says:

    Wow, it looks so apple-ish. I love the subtle pure white design though. :)Retarder

  2. gaetan says:

    Wait for it, apple is on a "sue fever" atm :p

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