It has a veiled slide-out physical keyboard. A simple press of the auto-sliding button that reveals the keyboard which emerges from behind the screen for immediate touch typing action.
According to LG, the Tab-Book is more functional than a conformist tablet. It runs onWindows 8, and is powered by an Intel Core i5 processor. The Tab-Book features a 5-point multi-touch screen. The Tab-Book’s In-Plane Switching (IPS) display provides a wide 178-degree viewing angle.
Il-geun Kwon, Senior Vice President and Head of the LG Home Entertainment Company’s IT Business Unit said that “The Tab-Book is going to appeal to consumers who want the convenience of a tablet but also the productivity of a notebook and don’t want to carry two devices all the time.” LG’s new LTE-enabled Tab-Book will be available this week in Korea.