LG isn’t known for their tablets but with the release of the new LG Tab Book 11, this may change. The size alone may get people talking.
The Tab Book 11 unveiled in Korea, looks to be one of the biggest Android tablets in the market. It might as well be the strongest as well with it running on an Intel Haswell Core i5 CPU. The 11.6 inch tablet weighs a little over one kg and is a two in one package. It can switch between being a laptop and a tablet. With a built in keyboard, the device looks to be aimed at ease and convenience in use. This time around, the company has opted for an Android tablet instead of its usual Windows 8 and Intel Core tablets.
Sadly however, this device will only be running on Android 4.2.2 JellyBean. Kind of unfortunate that this big hunk of Android won’t be as interesting as the G Pad tablets due to its out of date operating system. On top of that, the tablet will only sport a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution. This once again is upsetting since the display screen is quite big. We expected a better viewing experience.
The LG Tab Book 11 has a fourth generation Core i5 4200U, running at 2.6 GHz, an Intel HD Graphics 4400 CPU, 4 GB of RAM, and a generous serving of SSD at 128 GB. Pricing details are not yet available but do let us know in the comment section how much you’d be willing to pay for this gadget.
Via: Android Community