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Wednesday, 07 December 2011 06:00

LG shows its thinnest Ultrabook yet

Written by Slobodan Simic

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LG Xnote Z330 Ultrabook


LG has updated its Ultrabook offering with yet another model that shouldn't have any trouble taking on the competition, the LG Xnote Z330 Ultrabook. Featureing thinnest design so far, the new Xnote Z330 packs a 13.3-inch screen, either Core i5 or Core i7 CPU, SSD for storage and takes less than 10 seconds to boot.

The Xnote Z330 measures 315x215x14.7mm and weighs 1.2kg. As far as specs are concerned, the new Xnote Z330 packs a 13.3-inch HD LED backlit 1366x768 screen with 8mm thick bezel, either Core i7-2637M 1.6GHz or Core i5-2467M 1.7GHz CPUs, 4GB of memory, Intel's HD Graphics 3000, 120 or 256GB SSD, and all the usual connectivity options like WiFi, Intel WiDi, HDMI, Bluetooth 3.0 and USB 3.0.

LG promises a 9.9 second cold boot time thanks to "Super Speed Tech", as the company likes to call it, and up to 6 hours of battery life. Unfortunately, the Xnote Z330 is currently only announced in Korea with no details regarding availability for the rest of the world, but we'll keep our eyes wide open for this one.

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