Korean based tech company LG has unveiled its latest ultrabook creation, the U560, that is slightly thinner than your typical notebook.
If you’re interested to know its dimensions, the LG U560 measures 0.82mm thin and weighs 4.3lbs. It offers a 1080p IPS core display measuring about 15.6 inches, and is running the most demanded Windows 8 platform. Such display specs are made to execute a more enhanced viewing of elements, forms, angles and colors from the laptop display. The device will have a third generation (Ivy Bridge) Intel Core i5 337U processor and will also have a distinct Nvidia GeForce graphics for an enhanced video quality output for CAD works and gaming.
For its storage, the U560 will incorporate both a solid state drive (SSD) and a hard disk drive (HDD) together to compromise boots, shutdowns, caching and capacity while maintaining great storage quality. Additionally, it has USB 3.0 ports, an HMDI output, an optical/CD drive, and a keyboard with numeric pad intended for business-engaged users.
As the U560 Ultrabook has great features and specs to possess, it was sad that LG will only market the product in South Korea, but the release date and its retail price were not yet revealed by the company.