LG Electronics is set to reveal a Googlicious all-in-one desktop computer at CES 2014. The 21.5-inch LG Chromebase runs the Chrome operating system and features a full 1080p HD IPS display.
Inside, the Chromebase will house 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and an Intel Celeron processor. The computer includes single HDMI, USB 3.0, and LAN ports, with three additional USB 2.0 connections in the rear. The all-in-one also packs a 1.3-megapixel Webcam that takes 720p video and 5-watt speakers. Keyboard and mouse accessories are included.
The LG Chromebase bears a basic build and all-white design that lends itself to the simplicity of Google's Chrome OS. This is LG's first device to run Google's Chrome OS and trademark filings from October suggest that there may be more to come.
LG has yet to reveal pricing or availability, however, more details are expected after the Chromebase's unveiling at CES 2014. Most Chrome OS devices are competitively low-priced, so an inexpensive starting point is anticipated. Check back for updates once they're available.