Korean giant LG Electronics has unveiled an all-in-one touchscreen PC developed in partnership with Intel at the ongoing Computex technology exhibition in Taipei.
Called LG V300, the PC will feature Film-type Patterned Retarder (FPR) display which is presently used in LG's Cinema 3D TVs.
According to LG, the TV will include second-generation Intel Core processors, 3D FPR display, a triple camera system for multi-touch capability and In Plane Switch (IPS) screen technology that creates a 178-degree viewing angle.
Featuring a 23-inch full HD LED LCD display, the all-in-one LG V300 packs two sets of light weight polarised glasses for the 3D experience. At mere 44.65mm thickness, the PC's connectivity options include 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi and choice of either DVD drive or a Blu-ray drive.
As for the OS, the PC will come with Windows 7 Home Basic or Windows Home Premium. The users will have an option to choose from Intel's Core i3, i5 or i7 processors. For memory, the PC packs 8GB RAM and up to 750GB hard drive.
The PC will also include full support for Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) to enable data sharing between devices. It will also support Intel's Wireless Display (Wi-Di) to wirelessly stream content to TV.
LG V300 is expected to launch in Korea in July followed by markets in Europe, Middle East and Asia.