LG introduced LG Tab Book this Monday, based on an Android hybrid device. The tablet was unveiled in LG’s home country South Korea, though they are not unveiling the availability and global roll-out details.
The LG Tab Book is designed as 2 in 1 device; it can be used as either a tablet or a laptop, it has an in-built keyboard, so it is a more comfortable tablet than others. LG Tab Book with Android 42.2 OS looks similar to the Tab Book 2 or LG G Tab that was launched at CES earlier, which is LG Windows 8 Tablet.
LG has not released the retail price of this new Tab Book, but we will inform you how much the tab book costs when this Tab book is available.
LG Tab Book Review :
A new Android Tab Book is enabled with a 2.6 GHz 4th Gen Intel Core i5 4200U processor, dual-core hyper-threaded clocked, Intel HD 4400 integrated graphics, and 4GB RAM with 128GB Solid Slate Drive, including two USB 3.0 and an HDMI port.
As a concern for the storage, Tab book also supports microSD cards as well. The Tab Book is 16.7mm thick and weighs in at 1.05kg.
The LG Tab Book looks very sleek and has an 11.6-inch display, making it a bit larger than another Android tablet. The weight of the book is over 1kg, it also features a 2-in-1 construction with a sliding component that allows you to switch it between tablet and laptop modes.
Specification of LG Tab Book Android tablet :
- 11.6 inches Display
- Full HD Resolution of (1920 × 1080)
- Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2
- 1.05 KG & 286 x 192 / 16.7 mm Thick
- 4th generation Core i5 4200U
- Turbo 2.6GHz, Cache 3MB
- 4GB Memory
- Intel HD Graphics 4400
- 128GB SSD
- USB 3.0 & standard HDMI
- MicroSD Card slot
LG Tablets Prices :
LG Tab Book will be available at only in Korea; we will update full price details when its launched globally.
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