LG does indeed make PCs in addition to smartphones. Today, the company revealed on its Korean language website plans to launch at least two PC products, an all-in-one and a notebook-tablet hybrid, made especially for Microsoft's Windows 8. Yes, the lovely lady in the picture seems to be showing three devices, but the press release mentions only two PCs; we assume the tablet in the picture is just one form of the tablet-notebook hybrid.
The 23 inch all-in-one PC, the V325, has a 10-point touch screen. It also has a TV tuner built in that can be used even if the PC portion of the device is turned off. It also has Intel's Core i5 processor inside, along with a NVIDIA GeForce GT640M graphics card.
LG will also release the H160 hybrid, which turns from a 11.6 inch tablet to a notebook by sliding the screen up, similar to the design for Sony's Vaio Duo 11 hybrid. LG claims the H160 will have a battery life of up to 10 hours.
At the moment, LG only has plans to release both of its Windows 8 PCs in Korea, alongside the Windows 8 launch on October 26th. It will also relaunch its previous PC Ultrabooks with Windows 8 pre-installed on that date.