It wouldn't be Monday morning in December without a spoonful of CES 2010 coverage. TechTree.com reports that LG will be bringing a new netbook to the show in January. The LGX30 has just made it through FCC testing and is now ready for the show and, subsequently, retail. This new netbook will come with Windows 7 and an Intel Atom processor of some sort. It'll pack an 11.6" LCD display with a resolution of 1366x768. Storage will come via the SSD hard drive and the video card is an Intel GMA 500. The trackpad supports multitouch and you can expect the usual assortment of ports, plus Bluetooth, WiFi, and a built-in webcam.No details about price, launch date, or exact specifications are out yet. That should all come out during CES 2010. Until then, you'll have to be satisfied with this pretty picture of the LGX30.
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