New LG XNote A1 And C1 With HSDPA, WiBro And DMB

Posted: Oct 16 2006, 5:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:09am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

New LG XNote A1 and C1 with HSDPA, WiBro and DMB
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LG Electronic announces new XNote notebooks in Korea with HSDPA, WiBro and DMB connectivity.

The new XNote A1 and C1 10.6 inch notebooks weigh apparently just 1kg. The new hyper connected XNote notebooks run on an Intel Core CPU and a NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GO GPU and feature a 80GB HDD. The LG XNote C1 can flip its screen over to become a tablet style computer. I cannot confirm a 100% if the C1 has a touch screen. The translation from the Korean press-release is too bad in that context.

I guess to better enjoy watching TV on the new XNotes LG added SRS WOW HD audio enhancement. WiBro is the Asian answer to WiMAX. Samsung already introduced some mobile phones with WiBro connectivity.
More details on the Samsung site (Korean). See also the new AV XNote notebooks. The Best Selling Notebooks.

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