LG X120 Netbook Announced

lg-x120-netbookLG are creating some seriously good looking and user friendly stuff recently. More noted here at Gadget Venue for their TV‘s and Mobile Phones they now are launching a netbook named the LG X120.

lg-x120-netbookThe LG X120 is a 10.1″ screened netbook that is powered by an Intel Atom processor running at 1.6Ghz and includes Wi-fi and HSDPA for connectivity. The LCD screen is backlit and just above the screen a 1.3 megapixel camera can be found.

Connectivity on the LG netbook will get you online where ever you are at a decent speed due to it supporting the more common Wi-Fi b/g speeds as well as having HSDPA (3G network) that is capable of speeds up to 7.2Mbps for downloads (network and signal dependant). The LG netbook has 1GB of RAM, runs Windows XP and stores information on it’s 160GB harddrive. There was no mention of SSD’s being introduced, but no doubt it’s just a matter of time as prices continue to fall and speeds of SSD’s increase.

A “Smart-On” function is available allowing a quick 5 second boot in to the most commonly used applications which will more then likely be browsing software and email. The netbook can also be connected up to a regular computer with a system named “Smart-Link”. What this does is allows the X120 to attach to a PC and have apps installed from that PC. The program also allows access to a CD or DVD drive should you need to transfer data to the netbook.

It weighs 1.2KG and has either a 3.5 hour or 7 hour battery life depending on if you use the 3-cell or 6-cell battery.

The LG X120 is one worth looking out for.

Via: Pocket Lint – LGBlog


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