LG is not among the manufacturers to have made a strong presence on the PC market. The lates device coming from the developer and in the ultrabook class may give an ideea about the future plans that LG might have in regards to the PC industry.


LG has announced its newest product in the ultrabook category – the Z360. It comes with the 1.8 Ghz clocked Core i5 processor anmd 4 GB of RAM, along with a a 13.3-inch 1080p LCD display and 128 GB internal storage. As for the hybrid device, it is the manufacturer’s first attempt in this regard and comes in a very attractive style and bearing the latest features.  It will be available in two variants, for the high-end to the budget friendly market and running Windows 8.


The more powerful Z160 hybrid variant will come with Intel’s newest gen Core i5 CPU, clocked at 1.8GHz, and 64 bit version of the OS. It will include a 5-finger multitouch panel of 1366×768 resolution and 64 GB internal storage. The more attractively priced variant – H160 comes in a dual-core Intel Atom clocked at 1.8GHz, based configuration with 2 GB of RAM and 128 GB internal storage. It should also offer a 12 hour battery life, against the 6 hour of the more powerful variant.