Asia Bizz: Korean electronic company giant LG has shown off the V300, which is an all in one personal computer. The new computer was introduced at the Computex 2011.
The V300 will soon be launched in the markets of Korea in the month of July 2011. LG has this time power packed the V300 with several technologies. The PC has a 3D output, which requires passive polarized glasses.
The PC has a 23 inch display of IPS FPR, which is Film-Type Patterned Reader. The V300 has Color Shift Technology and also provides a 178 degree angle view that is possible even in 3D.
The PC has a touch screen and uses a triple camera system so that it performs accurately at the multi touch function. The V300 has a Inter Core i7 Sandy Bridge processor along with a 1 GB AMD Radeon HD 6650 graphics card. The PC also has a 750 GB hard drive along with 8 GB of RAM and a Blu-ray player.
The users of the V300 will also be offered Wi-Di and also the old DLNA, which will allow to stream media between TV and AIO or even other devices. And as for the operating system the OC comes with Windows 7 Home Basic or Windows Home Premium.