LG introduces new V300 all-in-one PC: First look at specs

By Tina Chubb - Jun 2, 2011

If you live in Korea and you’re thinking about upgrading your current all-in-one PC, then I think we have news that could well be of interest to you. We’ve just received word that LG Electronics is about to introduce its new V300 iMac-like all-in-one PC during this week’s Computex Taipei event.

According to a recent article over at benchmarkreviews.com, the LG V300 – which has been developed in partnership with Intel – features a 23-inch, 3D Film-type Patterned Retarder (FPR) display, IPS screen technology and a triple camera system for more accurate multi-touch functionality.

The LG V300 all-in-one PC comes with 2 sets of lightweight polarized glasses, which provide users with a more comfortable and enjoyable 3D viewing experience. Meanwhile, the IPS (In-Plane Switch) screen technology enables an impressive 178-degee viewing angle.

Other specs (which are subject to change depending on country and region) include a choice of Intel’s Core i3, i5 or i7 processors, a 23-inch full HD (1920 x 1080) LED LCD display, up to 8GB of DDR3 RAM, Gigabit Ethernet, a HD webcam with stereo microphone, a 5-in-1 card reader and Wi-Fi / Bluetooth connectivity.

You can read more about the LG V300 via the benchmarkreview.com website.

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