For the new Tab-book, LG has cleaned up some of the edges, tightened the design, and generally made the machine feel a little more sturdy. Outside of the design, though, the insides have been upgraded too, with new Intel chips and a Full HD 11 inch screen used here.
Unfortunately, if you’re not buying in business, you’re unlikely to see it, which is a shame since the machine looks to be a nice update.
Outside of the laptops and Chromebase, there will also be a few monitors, and while last year saw LG really get itself deep in 21:9 ultra-wide territory, this year, the company is truly stuck inside.
With a screen size of 34 inches diagonally, it’s not a small screen by any stretch of the imagination, and with a resolution of 3440×1440, it really proves it.
This is one of the world’s first Quad HD displays, a monitor that isn’t quite the “Quad Full HD” that Ultra High Def 4K is, but still manages to pack in almost five million pixels thanks to that massive 3440×1440 resolution.
Called the 34UM95, its the first LG monitor to support Thunderbolt 2, and can even show both a Mac and a Windows PC at the same time by running both inputs side by side, a neat feature that will likely appeal to people who normally keep two monitors on their desk simultaneously.
Early March will see the release of this one, appearing in stores for a $1299 recommended retail price.
All up, it looks to be an interesting few months for LG in computers, and with a few more things coming out, such as a new mouse that features scanning technology, a Bluetooth headset that can also pick up on Facebook alerts, and a USB key with support for microUSB for phones, we could see LG make a play for some unexpected areas, too.