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Tuesday, 03 May 2011 12:16

LG unveils new Blade series notebooks

Written by Slobodan Simic
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The LED backlit P430 and P530
LG has announced two new members of its ultra-thin Blade series notebooks, the 14-inch P430 and the 15.6-inch P530. According to the info, both of them feature a new LED screen that is 50 percent thinner than the one usually found in the ultra-thin market.

In addition to the thin screen, the two new members of the Blade series also feature a narrow bezel as well as an aluminum chassis. The screen on the P430 is 4.5mm thick while the 15.6-inch P530 screen is a bit thicker at 4.7mm. Both the P430 and the P530 will be based on 2nd gen Intel Core processors, Intel HD 3000 or Nvidia GT520M graphics, up to 8GB of memory, up to 750GB of HDD space, an optical drive, and all other goodies that you would expect to find on a notebook.

According to info, the P430 should be avilable in May while the P530 should start to ship in June. Unfortunately, the price hasn't been announced.

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