LG to release new Xnote P220 ultrathin notebooks in Korea today

Fancy getting your hands on an ultrathin notebook? LG might have just the notebook you are looking for: the Korean electronics company has just announced the availability of its new Xnote P220  series of ultrathin notebooks, which will reportedly be released for sale in Korea starting today.

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Do you remember LG'x Xnote P220 ultrathin notebook? You know, the one that was first shown off during the Computex 2011 exhibition that took place in early June this year? Well, it turns out that LG is now finally ready to release the aforementioned notebook for sale, with the Korean electronics company officially announcing the availabiliy of the Xnote P220 for its domestic market.

 LG to release new Xnote P220 ultrathin notebooks in Korea today


Not much detail about the Xnote P220 has been publicly revealed by LG, although the Korean electronics company has claimed in its press release that notebook, which is reportedly designed to be the successor to the Xnote P210 series of ultrathin notebooks, will make use of a 12.5-inch LED-illuminated IPS LCD display, although it did not provide any details about the display's native resolution.

In addition, the machine translation of LG's press release has indicated that the Xnote P220 will be bundled with Intel's second generation Intel Core i5 processor, and that the notebook's graphics crunching muscle will be provided by the Intel HD Graphics 3000 GPU that is built into Intel's processor. Once again, LG has apparently not released any details about the processor, such as its clock speed and model number, that was used in the assembly of the Xnote P220 ultrathin notebook, although it has stated that the notebook will make use of a 128GB solid-state drive in order to achieve faster data read/write speeds, and will sport various standard features such as a HDMI port and a dedicated USB charging port.

 LG to release new Xnote P220 ultrathin notebooks in Korea today


Last but defintely not least, LG has claimed that it was able to further reduce the notebook's display bezel to a width of no more than 9.5mm, while its maximum thickness and weight have been trimmed down to 20.9mm and 1.3kg respectively.

No information about the Xnote P220's pricing has been released by LG yet.

Source: LG Korea