LG is most known in the States for making phones, appliances, and TVs. The company will be bridging its line of netbooks to the US before July reports Forbes. LG has a pair of 10-inch netbooks called the X110 and the X120. The X110 debuted last year, has been available abroad for a while, and will just now come to the US.
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The X120 only debuted at MWC 2009 last month and isn't on sale in Europe yet. Whether or not it will come stateside along with its little brother is unknown at this time. Exact release dates are not offered by LG.
The X110 is said to sell for under $400 at its unsubsidized price. That likely means that LG will attempt to bundle the machine with mobile broadband for a reduced cost like Acer did with its One during the holiday season. It will be nice to see more competition in the netbook market and with each new netbook that comes to the States I keep wondering when Apple will jump in with its own offering.
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