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Thursday, 22 October 2009 15:47

LG launches 13-inch CULV-book

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LG has also jumped the CULV bandwagon and announced its first thin-and-light based on Intel's SU7300 processor. It has 4GB of DDR2, Intel GMA 4500MHD graphics, 500GB hard drive and ships with Win 7 home premium.

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It's 25mm thick and weighs 1.89kg, which is quite a lot for a thin 13-incher. However, it packs a massive 8-cell battery and you should be able to get in excess of 10 hours runtime on it.

The sharp edges give it an even thicker appearance and we're really not sold on the design. There's no word on pricing yet and we have no idea when it will appear in Euroland or the Land of the Free.
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