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Ultra-sexy, ultra-slim LG X300 notebook filters through to retail
No product is of any use unless it comes in our hands, and for grappling it we do have to pay for it. But what we can do until the much-hyped or most-awaited product hasn’t been priced. Same happens with the LG X300 notebook that was released when the CES 2010 was on, but is priced tagged now. So, all those waiting to grapple it could not be happy to know that the much-talked or gorgeous-looking system ultra-thin LG X300 notebook has edged closer to retail and is expected to make its availability only in the selected markets at present.
Slated to be retailed after March, the LG X300 notebook would first of all be shipped in Asia, the South America and Middle East, but the European consumers may have to wait a little longer and as to now nothing has been said so far.
TAs the review, the South Korean manufacturer has further revealed that its X300 notebook comes built-in with an 11.6in display, which boasts of proffering a resolution of about 1,366×768, and boasts of a memory of around 2GB. Driven by a 2GHz Intel Atom Z550 processor, the all new X300 is also reported to come crammed with the feature a solid-state drive that brags of offering a storage capacity of around 128GB, and has in-built Microsoft’s Windows 7 Home Premium operating system.
On the dimensions front, the LG X300 notebook is measured 17.5mm thick and comes in the weight of just 970g. So, if you are a style-aware consumer, the X300 is truly-portable solution.
Additionally, the LG X300 notebook is also highlighted with the trait of a fan-less, “silent operation” design, but so far as its battery-life is concerned LG has just said that the X300 comes embedded with a spare 2-cell battery that has the capacity of providing usage time of up-to 7hrs. That means that each battery pack would be offering a usage time of about 3-and-a-half hrs in a best-case scenario.
Apart from that, dipped in two shades of Light Brown and Shiny White the LG X300 notebook is adorned with the features of a 3G connectivity and 1.3 mp webcam.
Now after beating about all the bush above, let’s come to the main point i.e. it price point. So for Korean, the LG X300 notebook would come at the price of ?1,590,000 Won, up-to £950, but as to its pricing in UK, there is no word from the company for that they may have to wait a little longer or unless it is confirmed.