LG will roll out to consumers on a pair of ultrabooks and 3D laptops
By: Евгений Бонд | 05.01.2012, 17:14
Like many companies, LG is also ready to shine in the measure of its strength at the CES 2012. To do this, it has ultrabooks Z330 and Z430 and 3D notebooks P535 and A540 , which will be available for sale during the first quarter. LG Z330 We have already written about it a couple of times, so immediately move on to the next novelty. LG Z430 Unlike the Z330, there is a 14-inch display, packed in a case for 13-inch. He is slightly thicker and heavier than his colleague: 20 mm (vs. 1.5) and 1.5 kg (vs. 1.2 kg). Apart from the mentioned data, the characteristics and appearance almost completely repeat those of the Z330, except that, together with the SSD, there is also a 500 GB hard drive - to make room for everyone. The cost is not stated, but this is for sure better - there is no reason to scare potential buyers ahead of time. LG P535 It's the turn of 3D laptops. Let's start with the aluminum P535, equipped with a 15.6-inch display (1366x768), an Intel Core i3 / i5 / i7 processor, integrated Intel 3000 graphics and a discrete GeForce GT 610M or GeForce GT 630M, up to 8 GB of RAM, a storage capacity of up to 1 TB, drive, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0 modules. It also uses the focus to place the display in a smaller case, this time such a rather large display was pushed into the case for 14-inch. The thickness is 24 mm, and the weight is 2.2 kg. By the way, to view 3D, you will need 3D glasses (do not rush to consider me as "captain of evidence", it is better to read further about the latest laptop). As an option, you can select a normal display without 3D. The prices are not yet available. Even the renders were not honored. Instead, there are detailed characteristics.
LG A540 Finally, a second 3D-laptop that is different from P535 15.6-inch autostereoscopic display (1920x1080), requiring no 3D-glasses. Among other goodies: 4.1-channel audio system (two speakers in the front, two - at the rear, a subwoofer in the bottom), graphics GeForce GT555M and aluminum case. You can also choose between autostereoscopic display, conventional IPS and a curious 3D display made using FPR (Film Patterned Retarder) technology and requiring polarized 3D glasses (cheap, by the way). To whom, I would prefer IPS without extra ponts. Prices were also not provided, instead of them - detailed technical data.
Also at the show will be a 3D monoblock LG V300 , which we wrote about in the summer. Source:Slashgear