Ultrabooks have been a rather popular concept with their high-end specs, making them a fairly favorite option for a lot of professionals. However, apparently, LG can still roll out a laptop with high-end specs without calling it an ultrabook. This is precisely the case with LG’s new release, the 13.3-inch X Note Z350 laptop.
This laptop does have excellent looks, kind of pitting it against most of the ultrabooks on the market. It comes with a silver motif and black keys and support a very slick display.
The best thing about the laptop, perhaps, is its third generation Intel Core i5/i7 processor that sure can power up the laptop fairly well. LG hasn’t yet unveiled a lot of details about the specs or the pricing of the laptop. So for now, we have no idea what kinda GPU goes under its hood.
What we do know is that the laptop comes with option for SSD and has a built-in Intel Wireless Display (WiDi). WiDi can enable 1080p content beamed from the laptop.
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