LG announced a 21:9 monitor at last years IFA, which they have today expanded with the announcement of the IPS 21:9 All-in-PC, which they aim to show off at IFA 2013 next week.

Packing a 29 inch IPS display with a pixel resolution of 2560 x 1080, the PC runs on Windows 8 and features a Nvidia GeForce 640M GPU alongside a built-in TV tuner with an Extra View function to allow you to split the TV section to another part of the screen.

There’s also 4 Screen Split and Dual Link-up that allows it to work with a Mac, alongside which there’s also support for Mobile-Definition Link, HDMI and DisplayPort.

The new AIO PC will also pack a Intel Core i5 processor, but as of yet there’s no word on whether their will be touchscreen functionality, we do know that the PC will start at £1,000 however.

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