The X300 Mobile PC was unveiled at the CES Show 2010 in January, and it was only recently that LG has announced the launch of this ultra-slim machine. Equipped with 2GHz Intel Menlow platform, up to 2GB memory and 128GB SSD storage, the X300 boasts sufficient computing performance to run your daily applications and operates silently.
LG Electronics has announced the X300, an ultra-thin premium mobile PC with sleek and stylish look that wowed visitors at CES 2010 in Las Vegas.
The new flagship X300 weighs a mere 970g and is only 17.5mm thick for great portability.
It features a wide 11.6-inch LCD screen, unique reflective keyboard and borderless touchpad that add elegance to its slim form factor. On top of that, the LG X300 comes in two colors, shiny white and light brown.
Fitted with a 2-GHz Intel Menlow platform with up to 2GB memory and 128GB SSD, the LG X300 runs Windows 7 Home Premium OS and ships with a spare 2-cell battery to provide up to seven hours of use. Thanks to its fan-less, silent operation, the portable PC comes with LG Smart Pack software suite which makes it easy of use.
The LG X300 packs multimedia features including a 1.3-megapixel webcam with a You-Cam viewer and SRS TruSurround HD sound. With an embedded 3G modem chipset, users can easily get online via GSM, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, or HSDPA networks.
The LG X300 will be available in Asia starting this month, followed by the Middle East and South America. Pricing has not yet been announced.
Source: Korea Newswire