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Monday, 01 September 2008 10:05

More LG Xnote X110 details

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Some specs from iFA are wrong

We've gotten some more details about LG's upcoming Xnote X110 from one of our sources and it turns out that some of the information about this netbook that was shown during iFA last week, was slightly wrong.

For starters, the Xnote X110 will use a 10in display, not an 8.9in display as quoted by those covering iFA. It will have 3G/HSDPA/HSUPA as a cost option and it will be available with a black, pink or silver lid at launch.

It features the bog standard Atom N270 processor, 1GB of RAM as standard, an 80 to 160GB hard drive, three USB 2.0 ports and built in Ethernet, WiFi and Bluetooth. It should hit Scandinavia, the UK, Italy, France and Germany first when it launches in Europe.

Estimated pricing is expected to be €399 for the standard version and €499 for the 3G enabled model when it launches in October, although we can see the 3G model being subsidised if you sign up to a 3G data plan at the time of purchase.

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