CES 2013: 9 Alluring Ultrabooks For The New Year

LG TabBook

Ultrabook convertibles that use unique hinges to slide the screen backward and up to reveal a keyboard haven't proven to be the most popular solution. That hasn't kept LG from trying their hand at the form factor that has given Sony and Toshiba mixed results. LG's iteration has a snappy one-button hinge that is satisfying to use. The keyboard is a bit cramped, but the i5 inside will keep things humming along. The screen is an 11.6-inch, 720p IPS panel. Unfortunately, because LG doesn't sell PCs in the States, don't expect to see this machine grace your local Best Buy.

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