LG patented a new tablet with cover and wireless keyboard

December 22nd, 2018   decode   news Tags: ,

It has been a long period since we saw the newest LG tablet. This does not only apply to LG, other Android tablet manufacturers have unveiled beautiful several new tablets last year.

Now, a fresh patent displays that we may count on a fresh LG tablet in the future. The company has a top quality design documented in home country Korea. The tablet is patented with the accompanying case. We moreover found a wireless keyboard that can most maybe be used in combo with the tablet.
Lg patented a new tablet with cover and wireless keyboard

LG Electronics has applied for a design patent for a tablet PC at KIPO (Korean Intellectual Property Office). The patent has been approved and was published on December 14, 2018. As regular with a design patent, the explanation about the sketches is limited.

Nine pics are bundled, revealing the tablet from all angles. The patented LG tablet has a modern and premium design with narrow screen edges. The corners are nicely rounded, this also applies to the display itself. The tablet is in a matching cover made of textile material. Whenever the case is unfolded you can drop the tablet.

Lg patented a new tablet with cover and wireless keyboard

On the similar day, KIPO awarded a design patent to LG Electronics. It is a wireless keyboard that in all likelihood could be used in combo with the tablet. Right here too we view the rounded corners again. In addition, the wireless keyboard has a touch pad. There are Furthermore number of buttons on the side of the keyboard.

Lg patented a new tablet with cover and wireless keyboard

It is as yet unknown when LG will launch a new tablet. The patented design is most like the LG Tab Book Duo, what was released in 2015. This tablet Additionally had a separate keyboard, which may be combined in a small way on the go.

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