LG is allegedly working on a tablet with a detachable keyboard that is said to be similar in functionality to the Surface Pro 3. Citing anonymous insider sources, CNET states that the tablet will "will function as a laptop with the keyboard attached and a tablet without."
The tablet is said to be quite different from the Tab-Book 2, which featured a slide-out keyboard. According to CNET, the tablet will be powered by "Intel's fourth-generation core processor and it will pack a Solid State Drive for portability and better battery life."
At this stage, there is no information as to when LG is planning to unveil the tablet. What do you guys think? Would you like to see a tablet with a detachable keyboard from LG?
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