Every day reveals a new bit of the puzzle called CES 2013, that will be unveiled in full splendor early next month in Las Vegas. Today we’ve come across some new regarding a new hybrid called LG Tab Book, that will debut at CES, rivaling the likes of Sony Vaio Duo 11 and MSI S20 Slider.


This new device combines the functionality of a tablet with the one of an ultrabook. LG Tab Book, also known under the codename H160 is 15.9 mm thick and packs a 11.6 inch IPS display with a res of 1366 x 768 pixels. It also bundles 2 GB of RAM, 64 GB of SSD storage, Bluetooth 4.0, HDMI output, a microSD card slot and USB port. There’s also a webcam included, WiFi and a battery good enough for 12.5 hours of functioning time. The whole product weighs 1.05 kilos, it relies on Windows 8 and uses an Intel Atom Clover Trail Z2760 processor.

Customers will also be able to get a beefed up model with an Intel Core i5 inside. The product is strangely listed already in the US Amazon Store, priced at a high rate of $1,395. LG will also bring the Z360 ultrabook and all in one PC V325 to CES next month, as well as the phablet Optimus Vu II and a new 7 inch tablet.