The LG H160 sliding tablet is one of two new Windows 8 PCs announced by LG this morning. The H160 has a 11.6-inch IPS display of unknown resolution that’s compatible with LG’s Smart Touch Pen, whiLG says it allows for “precision-required” work, however the technology it uses is actually unknown. Thanks to the built-in keyboard the H160 weighs just over 2.3 lbs and is 15.9mm (0.63 inches) thick, but it does offer up full-size USB, HDMI, and microSD ports — all with 10 hours of battery life promised, hinting that it uses Intel’s new Clover Trail family of processors.
As for the second PC, it’s an all-in-one called the V532. It gets to sport a 23-inch 1080p multitouch display, Ivy Bridge Core i5 processor and NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M graphics card. There’s built-in tuner and functions as a TV when the PC is switched off. Both machines will be released in Korea on October 26th to coincide with Microsoft’s Windows 8 launch; US launches from LG are rather rare, so don’t actually plan on seeing this in the states anytime soon.