LG Xnote Z330, Ultra Thin & Light Laptop Announced

| December 11, 2011 | Comments

Ever since the gloriously slim and light MacBook Air hit the shelves, everyone and their uncle has been trying to get in on the ultra-book idea.

The trouble is that it’s not very easy to match the MacBook Air on battery life or ability. LG is still willing to have a go though. They’ve recently announced their brand new offering, the Xnote Z330.

Currently only being mentioned on their Korean site, all we know about the Z330 at the moment is that it’ll weigh in at 1.21kg and will only be 14.7mm at its thickest point. It’ll feature an LED lit 13.3 inch screen with a 1366 by 768 pixel resolution.

For your money you can expect either an i5 or i7 processor with 4GB of RAM. It only has solid state on board storage too, so don’t expect a terabyte that you can fill up with all your downloads, but do expect to have quick access to whatever space the Z330 will provide.

Any gamers out there will also be disappointed to know that this ultra-book comes with integrated graphics, so don’t expect to play anything but flash games on here.

The LG Xnote Z330 ultra-book doesn’t have a release date yet, but is expected to retail between $1,500 (£960) and $2,300 (£1,470). Seeing as you can pick up a lovely MacBook Air for the same sort of price you may as well just do that.

This LG ultra-book will most likely only appeal to die hard fans and followers of Microsoft’s Windows operating systems.





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