Sorry, LG, but it's starting to look like you missed the netbook bubble by just a few months. Today the company announced the launch of their first ever U.S. netbook release, the LG X120. This 2.8 lb device packs AT&T 3G, 1 GB of RAM, a 160 GB HD, a 1.3" MP webcam, a 10.1" screen, and brags 7 hours of battery life. All in all, a pretty standard netbook.
The X120 does pack one new feature; LG's SmartOn interface. It's supposed to allow the machine to boot in seconds, even faster than other netbooks. Speedy access to the Internet, photos, IMing, and an MP3 player is nice, but not world-shattering. The price is great though; $179.99 with a 2-year AT&T contract.
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