LG outs 10.1-inch X140 netbook

LG’s latest netbook, X140 has 10.1-inch (1366 x 768) LED backlighting display, a 1.83 GHz Intel Atom processor, a 2GB memory,  320GB SATA HDD and running Windows 7 Starter OS.

The stylish mini laptop weighs 1.3 or 1.45kg and packs also a GMA 3150 integrated graphics, a 1.3 megapixel webcam, SRS TruSurround HD sound, Ethernet, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, 3G modem chipset, and a six-cell, which sustains up to 9 hours. Available in 3 colors – white, hot pink, and black, the X140 also comes with LG Smart POP functions, allowing file transfer between PC and mobile phones, Dial and Message function directly from the netbook’s screen; Contacts and Outlook Sync as well and power-saving functions.

LG X140 netbook

“Netbooks have been a huge hit in the PC market thanks to their benefits in connectivity and mobility, as well as their chic, colourful covers,” said Mr. H. S. Paik, President of LG Electronics Gulf. “LG is now focusing strongly on how to make consumers feel completely at ease while using netbooks, and to this end, we will continue to invest our products with the best consumer-oriented features and LG’s smartest software.”

LG X140 netbook

LG X140 is expected to be available in Asia and the Middle East for around $500.

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