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    LG X300 Ultraportable Intros

    LG has a new offering in the highly portable X300 that will be available in a variety of global markets shortly. The new device sports an 11.6-inch screen display and is less then an inch (0.69-inches) in thickness.

    LG X300

    In terms of its hardware configuration, the X300 will come with 2GB RAM and includes 128GB of storage space by way of a SSD (Solid State Drive).

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    The unit is also powered by an Intel processor, namely the 2GHz Menlow CPU (Atom Z550). Rounding out the features is the inclusion of integrated 3G support and 801.11 b/g/n.

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    Expect to see the LG X300 in South America, Asia the Middle East some time this month with possible European and US launch dates to be announced at a later time. Pricing is also expected to vary from country to country. The price in the Korean market will be $1,424 and I suspect those in other markets can use this price point as a gauge for when the X300 arrives in your specific market. (

    Published on March 9, 2010

    David Novak
    David Novak
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