The Korean manufacturer LG Electronics may soon propose a hybrid product that can compete with the range Surface Pro 3 of Microsoft.
If the area range presented by Microsoft at the same time that Windows 8 does not necessarily convinced the general public, the latest version in the form of the range of Surface Pro 3, showed significant efforts to convince a demanding public on the well-based hybrid products in the tablet format but with the power of a good laptop.
The Korean manufacturer LG Electronics could follow suit and offer in turn a hybrid mid-tablet PC notebook consisting of a tablet and dock/detachable keyboard, all enjoying an Intel core processor of fourth generation and SSD (Solid State Drive) and a strong autonomy.
According to the site Cnet.com, the Korean group, which has already launched a range Tab-Book as a hybrid PC under Windows 8.1 in early 2013, and a new version of Android 4.2 this time, seek to boost sales on its shelves products, which are still far behind the volumes of smartphones brand.
It is unclear when the declination of LG themed Surface Pro 3 will be launched but it is likely that major technological fairs early next year will be good launching pads.