LG is on a roll! We just featured their futuristic phone with the transparent slider keypad, now they’re sporting a sleek new netbook with 3G capability.
The recent Mobile World Congress proved that LG is a dark horse in this mobile competition, and they’re definitely a force to be reckoned with.
For mobile warriors, the most noteworthy feature of the LG X-120 is its “Smart-On” interface. All your frequently used programs are stored as a widget on the desktop. Upon powering up this netbook, all those widgets are instantly accessible to you, even if the OS hasn’t booted up yet. That’s great news for the impatient cows out there (me included).
The company boasts of easy connectivity with the LG X-120. Its Smart-Link technology allows this notebook to seamlessly hook up to any PC or electronic device via USB, that makes for effortless file transfer.
Here’s more of its notable features in a glance:
- 3G HSPA connection
- 160GB hard drive
- Weight: 1.2 kg
- Battery life: 3.5 hours for the 3-cell battery; 7 hours for the 6-cell battery
- 1.3 megapixel webcam
If you’re on the lookout for a sleek, stylish, and user-friendly netbook, the LG X120 may just be your best bet. This item ships out in Europe next month (March 2009), but there’s not official word out yet regarding its US availability. So hold tight Geekies! We’ll be sure to let you know the moment this bubblegum hits our coastline.
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