Not to be left behind by Samsung, LG announced their own range of Windows 8 products.
They announced two Windows 8 x86 PCs, the H160 sliding tablet and V325 all-in-one.
The sliding tablet has a built-in keyboard that’s revealed by an "auto sliding" 11.6 inch IPS screen, which pops open at the press of a button and is compatible with LG’s Smart touch pen.
The H160 weights 2.3 pounds, is 15.9 mm thick and has full-sized USB and HDMI ports, and supports microSD expansion, and also offers 10 hours battery life, presumably from the Atom processor.
The V325 all-in-one features has a 23-inch 1080p multitouch display, Ivy Bridge Core i5 processor and NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M graphics card, and TV tuner, which works when the PC is off.
Both machines will be released in Korea on October 26th. International availability has not been announced yet.