LG V300 All-in-One Touchscreen PC Revealed at Computex; Potential Apple iMac Rival

May 31, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The ongoing Computex event is flush with many a new innovative device rolled out by manufacturers from far and wide. One would need to wonder only if LG’s presence is not made known at such a gathering.  As expected LG is of course there, and has rolled out a charmer of a device too. A new all in one PC from the Korean major’s stables has been revealed at the event, the images we have here for you describe the charm it oozes.

LG’s new all in one touchscreen PC has been christened LG V300 and at first look itself gives us the idea that this device packs within itself all ammunition that can help it take on the Apple iMac range head on. Even the design looks like the V300 has been built to counter the iMacs’ dominance.

If the words of J J Lee, Executive Vice President and Head of the LG Electronics PC Business Unit, are anything to go by,

“The combination of the newest Intel Core processor and the FPR display in the LG V300 is going to create a new level of performance and viewing experience in a PC.  With millions of homes now using their PCs as entertainment hubs, marrying the best from the computing world with the best from the display world was the next natural step in the evolution of the PC.”

We just love the specs sheet that brings in the 23 inch Full HD 3D display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, latest Intel core i3, i5 and i7 processors, and up to 8GB of RAM. In case you would want to take a proper look at all that the LG V300 would bring along, here is the full list.

LG proposes to start sales of the new device initially in Korea and that will be in June itself. This will be followed up by roll outs in Europe the Middle East and Asia without much delay. Are you planning to get your iMac rival from LG?

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