LG X300 ultra-thin notebook

LG Electronics has launched their new flagship ultra-thin notebook LG X300. The laptop weights 970g ans is only 17.5mm thick, comes with 11.6-inch LCD screen, has fan-less design, reflective keyboard and borderless touchpad and is availablein two colors: shiny white and light brown.

Spec wise the notebook feature 2.0 GHz Intel 2.0GHz Intel Atom Z500 processor, Intel GMA 500 graphics, up to 2GB memory, 128GB SSD, a 1.3-megapixel webcam, 3G modem chipset,  with a You-Cam viewer, SRS TruSurround HD sound,  and comes with Windows 7 Home Premium OS.

LG X300 White

“Given how demanding and discerning consumers are nowadays, we were delighted to receive such acclaim from the public and media at the CES for our new mobile PC,” said Dr. Skott Ahn, President and CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. “It’s a vindication of LG’s efforts to maintain the very highest standards in design without any sacrifices in high-tech or functionality, and ensure our consumers’ experiences with LG PCs just keep getting better.”

LG X300

The LG X300 will be available in Asia starting in March, followed by the Middle East and South America. Prices will vary country-to-country and will be announced separately in each market.

LG X300 Brown

Source: LG

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