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    News - LG Tab-Book H160, an Intel Atom powered slider hybrid

    Another Windows 8 hybrid design, to be shown at CES, already available in Korea.
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    Re: News - LG Tab-Book H160, an Intel Atom powered slider hybrid

    No USB 3.0 port.

    Manufactures needs to really push USB 3.0 as it offers so much more over USB 2.0

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    Re: News - LG Tab-Book H160, an Intel Atom powered slider hybrid

    When are they going to start making decent resolution screens above 10"? The Nexus 10 is 2560x1600, surely someone can stick a 1080p minimum screen in a 11 or 12" laptop/hybrid thing and not charge £1000s...

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    Re: News - LG Tab-Book H160, an Intel Atom powered slider hybrid

    *sigh*

    Make this with ULV Trinity and they can take my money Hell, make it with Kabini and they can probably take my money. With Atom + Intel IGP (even if it is an Imagination Technologies design) it just doesn't interest me...

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    Re: News - LG Tab-Book H160, an Intel Atom powered slider hybrid

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbouk View Post
    When are they going to start making decent resolution screens above 10"? The Nexus 10 is 2560x1600, surely someone can stick a 1080p minimum screen in a 11 or 12" laptop/hybrid thing and not charge £1000s...
    The screen resolution on the nexus 10 was a mistake, it was more of a showing off thing. Because of the resolution the tablet is slower and less power efficient. You don't need 2560 x 1600 on a 10" display.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewster0101 View Post
    The screen resolution on the nexus 10 was a mistake, it was more of a showing off thing. Because of the resolution the tablet is slower and less power efficient. You don't need 2560 x 1600 on a 10" display.
    Have you seen 2560 x 1600 on a 10" display? It looks amazing!

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    Re: News - LG Tab-Book H160, an Intel Atom powered slider hybrid

    Maybe overkill, but something higher than the 1366x768 they keep rolling out for laptops even up to 15" would be nice. It's getting silly how far on phone/tablet screens have come in the past couple of years and how slowly laptop/desktop screens have. Hopefully more companies will get Apple envy and try and compete with the Retina screens.

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    Re: News - LG Tab-Book H160, an Intel Atom powered slider hybrid

    Quote Originally Posted by benzeman View Post
    Have you seen 2560 x 1600 on a 10" display? It looks amazing!
    Yeap, but it is overkill as Jimbouk says.

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    Re: News - LG Tab-Book H160, an Intel Atom powered slider hybrid

    Quote Originally Posted by benzeman View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Brewster0101 View Post
    The screen resolution on the nexus 10 was a mistake, it was more of a showing off thing. Because of the resolution the tablet is slower and less power efficient. You don't need 2560 x 1600 on a 10" display.
    Have you seen 2560 x 1600 on a 10" display? It looks amazing!
    Love mine!

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