Motorola V300 is a PC all-in-one and the first Korean company to borrow design inspiration from the iMac, but with the experience of LG on display. Panel 23-inch 1080p brings passive 3D glasses that make prices go down, but also supports multi-touch and uses IPS accurate color screens roughly equivalent to Apple. AIO (All In One) PC can use the custom application LG touchscreen on top of Windows 7, along with support for sharing media via DLNA, and Intel Widi broadcast video to a TV near you.
LG does not give priority to speed and more focused on the size. Motorola V300 can mengguankan to Core i7 processors, but not limited to notebook disk drive 750 GB 2.5-inch and greater use of HD Radeon 6650M graphics. But the main advantage of the body is only 1.76 inches thick, or as much as 65 percent thinner than the “models of other important,” said LG. Does this include Apple is not mentioned.
Motorola V300 will be available in Korea from July and will extend to Asia, Europe and the Middle East later.