If it looks familiar, that’s because the V300 borrows its design quite heavily from the Apple iMac range; the thin profile and swooping stand are near identical. That’s not to say that the V300 is all about imitation, though.
In terms of spec, LG has stuffed a couple of nice touches in there with a view to make this a true home media machine. First there’s passive 3D, which is viewed via the (two pairs of) bundled 3D specs. The full HD beast also benefits from LG’s In Plane Switch (IPS) technology, normally found in its 3D TVs, which gifts a huge 178-degree viewing angle.
Rounding off the list of things that the V300 has over the iMac, the display is also a touchscreen, capable of multi-touch. Underneath all that, there’s Sir’s choice of Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 processors, up to 8GB of DDR RAM and storage up to 750GB.
The LG V300 will hot stores in its native Korea in June, and is expected to go on sale in Europe not long after. Is this your next desktop, or are desktops dead in the water? Let us know on the Gadget Helpline Twitter feed.