CES 2013 is upon us and we got to sneak into the Intel booth a little early to check out some of their new devices. We hadn’t seen the the LG H160 11.6 inch convertible tablet with pop up keyboard before and we have to admit, LG has grown up! The device looks good and the attention to detail on the keyboard is worth a second look.

LG H160 Windows 8 Convertible Hands On CES 2013

The 11.6 inch tablet measures about 0.63 inches thick, which is a little thick for a tablet, however for an Ultrabook it’s impressive. It also weighs in a 2.3 pounds which is hefty for a tablet, and again reasonable for a notebook.

Intel told us that LG expects the tablet to offer 10 hours of battery life and the display offers an impressive 178 degree viewing angle. Connectivity wise we’ve got some nice features with full size USB, WiFi, HDMI, micro USB and a micro SD card slot. The device is running Windows 8 and has a standard screen resolution of 1366 x768. We are expect this to hit the street in Q1 of 2013.

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  • Guest008

    Fail.
    There’s only one form factor who is ergonomic, user friendly and takes advantage of all the potential of W8: The detachable hybrids ‘a la’ Asus Transformer. The rest is worthless and just gimmicks.
    Sales will prove it (and Intel is aware of that already, hence their own design is a detachable hybrid).

  • Guest008

    Fail.
    There’s only one form factor that is ergonomic, user friendly and takes advantage of all the potential of W8: The detachable hybrids ‘a la’ Asus Transformer. The rest is worthless and just gimmicks.
    Sales will prove it (and Intel is aware of that already, hence their own design is a detachable hybrid).

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