The LG Tab Book Duo is a Windows tablet with a 10.1 inch display, an Intel Atom Bay Trail, and an adjustable kickstand that lets you prop the tablet up at multiple angles.

It comes with a Bluetooth keyboard which also function as a cover for the tablet.

LG introduced the Tab Book Duo in South Korea in December. Now the company is showing it off at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas… although there are currently no plans to sell the 2-in-1 tablet in the United States.


The tablet has a 1280 x 800 pixel IPS display, an Intel Atom Z3745 processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and over 10 hours of battery life.

It weighs about 1.2 pounds, or 1.75 pounds with the keyboard — but the keyboard doesn’t attach to the base of the tablet for use as a true notebook. Instead, you can place the keyboard on a table in front of the tablet, or place it over the screen where it will magnetically lock in place for use as a screen protector.

The keyboard and kickstand are probably the most interesting things about this particular tablet, since most of the other specs come straight out of 2013.

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One reply on “Hands-on with the LG Tab Book Duo 2-in-1 tablet”

  1. Compared to the ASUS chi models shown the other day, this is a really poor offering… innovative it is not.

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