LG didn’t have much to brag about during this year’s CES when talking about new Android devices, but Windows 8 land was much more spirited. The Z360 was by far the device that turned the most heads in Las Vegas, impressing mostly with its elegant design, but also with a very sharp display.
It’s hard to find a thinner or lighter 13.3-inch ultrabook than the Z360, which weighs in at 2.5 pounds and measures 13.6 mm in depth. Shockingly, the featherweight looks also quite robust and solid – at least from a distance, because nobody got very up close and personal with the laptop in Vegas.
The IPS panel doesn’t support touch input, but other than that there’s nothing we can bitch about it – it boasts a 1080p resolution, so the image quality and viewing angles are outstanding. The LG Z360 is pretty impressive in the hardware department too, offering Core i3, i5 and i7 CPU choices, different capacity SSDs, as well as HDMI, Ethernet and microSD support.
The ultrabook comes of course with pre-loaded Windows 8, but what’s special about this little guy is that it has a set of dedicated Metro hot keys for a smoother and more cohesive user experience. Pricing and availability details are unfortunately MIA for now, but check back to our website soon for additional info.
Via [The Verge]