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LG Tab Book Duo Windows 8.1-based tablet hybrid goes official

ByinTablets | December 15, 2014

Tab Book DuoIn the tablet market dominated by Apple’s iPads, Nexus models, Amazon’s Fire slates, Galaxy Tabs and Microsoft Surface, we often forget that other electronics manufacturing companies also launch such devices. Like for instance LG that recently has silently revealed its new Windows 8.1 hybrid tablet, dubbed the Tab Book Duo, to its home market. Weighting only 792 grams this 2-in-1 slate is joining the premium league of extra thin and light Windows tablets offering its users high performance and eye-catching design.

LG Tab Book Duo Windows Tablet Hybrid

LG Tab Book DuoFollowing the hybrid tablet pattern, the LG Tab Book Duo will go on sale equipped with a well-known features. It has a screen that can perform the role of a tablet or a traditional display when used with a special kickstand that keeps the screen stand it upright position, and a separate Bluetooth keyboard.

The mentioned keyboard, when attached to the main unit, enables you easy typing or surfing the net, just as with the help of a regular laptop, which makes the device a great solution for all those who find it tiring to type long hours on a virtual keyboard. In addition to this, the keyboard is also said to allegedly support other devices, like smartphones as well.

Speaking of the LG Tab Book Duo specs lists, there’s still little we know about the tablet tech parameters details. Except that it sports a 10-inch IPS LCD screen, whose resolution is so far unknown, and that it will house an Intel quad-core chipset. Furthermore, the tablet will also run the latest Windows 8.1 OS out of box. As for the input options, it comes with a USB 3.0 and HDMI ports. Though the battery capacity hasn’t been announced yet, the manufacturer ensures its customers that it will be able to provide the users with up to 11 hours.

As for the LG Tab Book Duo availability and pricing details, we know about them as much as about its specs, which means hardly anything. Although the device has been released to the South Korean market with price tag being an equivalent of $665, its availability on other markets hasn’t been officially confirmed yet.

source: LG

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