Today at IFA 2013 in Berlin, Germany, LG announced a brand new UltraWide All-In-One PC known as the V960. The unit features a 21:9 aspect ratio monitor powered by an NVidia GeForce FT 640M GPU and backed by Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system.
The gigantic 29-inch machine includes a built in TV Tuner, so you can switch between working on the next great American novel and your favorite episode of Honey Boo Boo. If multitasking is more your avenue, you can take advantage of the unit’s picture in picture mode to get work done while watching TV. The unit will ship with an LG brand keyboard and mouse to "provide an immediate out-of-box experience".
As Microsoft’s latest operating system is geared at applications scrolling in a horizontal direction – the unit may not be as weird to use as it appears. If you’ve always wanted dual monitors, but never wanted the bezel break in the center, you might also be in luck with LG’s V960.
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