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Monday, 20 October 2008 15:03

LG X110 netbook listed

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Available by the end of the month



LG's X110
netbook has been listed with several European retailers. Currently only the pricier model with 3G support is listed and the price, as expected, stands at €499.

Although it ends up priced well above established 10-inch models, such as the Eee 1000H and MSI's Wind, it does offer several interesting features, most notably 3G/UMTS support. Apart from the mandatory N270/945GC/1GB memory combination, the LG offers a spacious 160GB hard drive and a non-glare 10.2-inch screen.

With a 3-cell battery it weighs 1.19kg, although some sources claim 1.3kg. We're not sure if LG will offer a 6-cell option anytime soon, but we can see it coming sooner rather than later, as other vendors already offer 6-cell SKUs. It will be available in pink, white and black and should be available by the end of the month.

A cheaper version without 3G support should appear a bit later, priced at €399.

You can find the listing here.

 

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