Ultra-slim netbook LG XNote LGX30 approved by FCC

Monday, December 14, 2009

Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved the ultra netbook LG XNote LGX30. This time, the organization's website has pictures, and user manual of the device, so there is a lot of information about its characteristics. LG XNote LGX30 - is big enough for a netbook model with a 11.6-inch display (the resolution - 1366x768 pixels), it is based on the processor Intel Atom, although not stated on what it is. May be used is a new generation of chips.

Also among the characteristics of LG XNote LGX30 - Integrated Graphics Intel GMA 500, solid-state drive and wireless adapters are Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n and Bluetooth. Plus, a netbook provides web camera, multi-format card reader and a touchpad that supports multi-touch. New running operating system, Windows 7. Not clear when it goes on sale, but it is expected that the announcement may take place at the next CES show in January next year. It is likely that soon after followed, and start selling ultra-thin netbook LG XNote LGX30.