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CES 2013 | LG’s upcoming Z360 Ultrabook with Intel Haswell chip

LG’s upcoming Z360 Ultrabook with Intel Haswell chip
LG’s upcoming Z360 Ultrabook with Intel Haswell chip
The lightweight device measures 0.5-in thick and comes with a Full HD panel, Win 8 hot keys and dual micro SD slots

The South Korean electronics firm LG has introduced its latest Ultrabook as part of the Consumer Electronics Show that took place in Las Vegas between 8th and 11th of January 2013. Dubbed the Z360, this ultraportable PC is 0.5-inch (13.6mm) thick and comes with a pre-installed Windows 8 operating system.

According to the manufacturer, the Z360 is equipped with a 13.3-inch LED-backlit IPS (In-Plane Switching Technology for improved viewing angles) display of Full HD (1920-by-1080 pixels) native resolution.  Although this is not a touchscreen Ultrabook, the device packs a fourth-generation Intel Haswell central processing unit, which means, the 1.15kg notebook can be configured with up to a Core i7 chip.

Other specs apparently include two micro SD card slots, USB 3.0 connectivity, an HDMI interface, Wireless LAN 802.11n radio and a few Windows 8 hot keys positioned on the left side of the chiclet keyboard.

There is still no word on pricing and availability. We will keep you updated when we have more information.

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Author: Ivan Zhekov, 2013-01-12 (Update: 2013-01-12)