LG has launched its ultra-slim notebook for South Korean market, the LG XNote X300. This notebook has shown at CES 2010 last month.. At CES 2010, LG enticed audience with their latest ultra-slim, ultraportable – the LG X300 Netbook. This device is just 17.6mm thick and can easily slip into a manila envelope.
Most feature of LG X300 is frame-less LCD screen, which is experience in making the Borderless HDTV.The X300 sports an 11.6″ screen which stretches end-to-end, giving it a bezel-less look. The lid has a uniform Braille-like pattern. At 970g, it makes for easy mobility too. The keyboard seems well laid out, with space between the keys. The trackpad is looks unique with a border-less design.
LG X300 the Intel Menlow 2GHz processor driving it. A 2GB RAM will be present too. Instead of a hard drive, a solid state drive will be packed within. This ultra-thin laptop will be equipped with SRS TruSurround HD sound. Thus, there’s focus on entertainment as well. Provision for an embedded 3G mobile broadband chipset is also expected to be present.
Being slender, the LG X300 laptop is short of ports on the sides. However, on the rear edge, there are 2 USB ports, a card reader, a headphone jack and another port which is apparently called “EX-Port”. A 1.3Mp web camera.The Superslim Laptop is supposed to offer a battery life of 7 hours.
LG has now announced that availability in the Asian, Middle Eastern and South American markets will be forthcoming this month, though all we know on the topic of price is that it’ll “vary country-by-country”.