LG today announced the launch of the LG X300, the ultra-thin premium mobile PC. Its sleek and stylish look wowed the visitors at CES 2010 in Las Vegas.
The LG X300, LG?s new flagship mobile computing device for 2010, tips the scales at a mere 970g and is only 17.5mm thick.
The 11.6-inch LCD screen maximizes the viewing area by eschewing a bezel. Also, its reflective keyboard and borderless touchpad add further elegance to this premium mobile PC. It comes in two colors, shiny white and light brown.
Fitted with a 2.0 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 is also quiet to run, while the LG Smart Pack software suite ensures the LG X300 is easy to use, even for novices.
The LG X300 packs multimedia features including a 1.3-megapixel webcam with a You-Cam viewer, and SRS TruSurround HD sound. And thanks to 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 in March, followed by the Middle East and South America.