Posts Tagged ‘Windows 8’

Introducing the LG Tab-Book

February 19th, 2013 by LG Blog UKLG Blog UK
 
LG Electronics (LG) will be showcasing its own interpretation of a tablet-notebook hybrid device at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona. Equipped with Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology for a high speed internet experience, this powerful tablet and notebook hybrid allows users to connect to the internet, regardless of where they are. Thanks to its hidden slide-out physical keyboard, the Tab-Book is more functional than a conventional tablet, offering greater productivity when it comes to creating documents, spreadsheets and presentations. Running Windows 8 on Intel Core i5, the slim and light Tab-Book features a precise 5-point multi-touch screen and a...
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LG UNVEILS ADVANCED TOUCH 10 MONITOR OPTIMISED FOR WINDOWS 8

October 30th, 2012 by LG Blog UKLG Blog UK
 
LG Electronics (LG) introduced its Touch 10 monitor (model: ET83), optimized for use with Windows 8, which was launched by Microsoft last week. Whereas conventional touchscreens enable two-finger dragging, scrolling and pinching, LG’s 23-inch Touch 10 monitor allows all ten fingers to be used simultaneously. The Touch 10 monitor is an excellent choice for those looking to enjoy an enhanced touch computing experience without having to upgrade their entire PC. “This is a compelling new product that re-imagines the touch experience and shows that LG is an industry leader in developing the next generation of touch monitor products,” said J.J. Lee,...
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Windows 8 sees the light of day

June 7th, 2011 by LG Blog UKLG Blog UK
 
We recently covered the news that the Windows Phone 7 OS was getting an update currently named Mango that addressed many of the problems with the current mobile OS. Well Microsoft have announced their new OS, code named Windows 8, at the D9 conference. Borrowing heavily from the Windows Phone 7 OS, Windows 8 is a touchscreen interface that looks specifically designed with tablet use in mind, despite clearly stating that it will be compatible with tablets, laptops and conventional desktop PCs. The biggest change from current Windows interfaces is the decision to replace the classis ‘Start’ homescreen that has been...
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