Windows 8 launch continues to draw out even more devices with LG's new collection ranging from a V325 all-in-one PC, through to a hybrid slider/tablet PC.
The South Korean company will release the 11.6-inch H160 hybrid features an auto-slide button and measures in at 15.9mm thick. It comes with a built-in keyboard. Its 11.6-inch touchscreen uses an IPS panel and promises up to 178 degrees of visibility, while the manufacturer expects the battery to last up to 10 hours. Connectivity options include WiFi, HDMI output and a USB port and a microSD card slot.
LG's V325 touchscreen AIO PC packs features a 23-inch screen with up to 10-point touch sensitivity. It packs a TV tuner built-in, which can be activated without powering up the whole PC, and it is powered by a third-generation Core i5 processor and NVIDIA's GeForce GT640M.
Both devices are currently will be shipped in Korea starting from October 26th.
Meanwhile, LG will also start offering its Z355, Z460 Ultrabooks along with new laptops, desktops and new 23-inch Touch Monitors (ET83) after the Windows 8 official launch.