LG V300 all-in-one hands-on at Computex 2011 (video)
The eye-catching P220 ultraportable isn’t the only system LG is showcasing at Computex — the Korean manufacturer is also gracing Intel’s booth with the V300, an all-in-one with a few tricks up its sleeve. Not only is that 23-inch display using a beautiful IPS panel (full HD), but it’s even 3D-capable and includes a touchscreen in some versions. Yes, this isn’t your father’s PC. A variety of processors are available including Intel’s Core i7 with room for up to 8 GB of DDR3 RAM. Some models are paired with AMD’s Radeon HD 6650M video card. Blu-ray is an option, and storage maxes out at 750GB. The computer takes some visual cues from Apple’s iMac (the stand), but still manages to have its own personality. The display is quite thin, and while the model we played with didn’t appear to offer the touchscreen option, it did feature a Core i5 CPU. Take a look at the gallery below, and hit the break for our hands-on video and LG’s press release.
Pubblicato il 02/06/2011, in Hi-Tech con tag 3d, 3d display, 3dDisplay, 6650M, all-in-one, amd, computex, computex 2011, Computex2011, core i3, core i5, core i7, CoreI3, CoreI5, CoreI7, hands-on, Intel, intel core i3, intel core i5, intel core i7, IntelCoreI3, IntelCoreI5, IntelCoreI7, ips, IPS display, IpsDisplay, LG, LG V300, LgV300, microsoft, Microsoft Windows 7, MicrosoftWindows7, radeon hd, RadeonHd, touchscreen, V300, video, windows 7, Windows7. Aggiungi il permalink ai segnalibri. Commenti disabilitati.