LG unveils, what the company calls a ultra-thin premium mobile PC, the LG X300 at CES 2010 in Las Vegas. The LG X300 weighs only 970g and is 17.6mm thick.
The LG X300 boasts a collection of refined and elegant design features. The sleek but wide 11.6-inch LCD eschews a bezel to maximize viewing area and is offered with a distinctive white and light brown patterned lid to suit the most style-conscious users. The unique keyboard is reflective and the borderless touchpad features hidden lighting and tactile feedback.
The LG X300 is based on a 2.0 GHz Intel Menlow platform with up to 2GB memory and a solid state drive (SSD) instead of a hard disk.
The X300 ships with a spare 2-cell battery to provide up to seven hours’ operation.
LG’s Smart Pack, the smartest software suite for notebook and mobile PC users, will be offered on the LG X300. The newly-added Smart POP automatically synchronizes personal information management (PIM) data from the mobile device to the PC over Bluetooth and an alert feature enables users to directly read or reply to an SMS via the LG X300 without having to touch a mobile phone.
The LG X300 packs multimedia technologies including a 1.3-megapixel webcam with the You-Cam viewer for video chatting and conferencing and SRS TruSurround HD sound for rich audio. Thanks to an embedded 3G modem chipset, the user can easily get online via GSM, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, or HSDPA networks.
he premium LG X300 will be rolled out globally starting in February.
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