Shortly before the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, The Korea Times reported that LG Electronics was considering scaling down or withdrawing completely from the PC business. According to the report, which cited unnamed LG executives, the company planned to focus on tablets, smartphones and hybrid devices instead of desktops and notebooks. LG hasn't withdrawn yet, and the company did introduce a new Google Chrome desktop, dubbed the Chromebase, at CES. But with scant global market share, it may be a question of when and not if LG leaves the PC business.
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