Released March, 2009
The Pros:Great keyboard layout. Splashtop-based instant-on OS, for basic computing without the boot time of Windows XP. Matte enclosure finish - not a fingerprint magnet like almost every other netbook.
The Cons:Thicker and heavier than the majority of netbooks. Standard netbook fare. Expensive for what it is.
The LG X120 is the next in line after the LG X110, and doesn't differ much from it. The laptop has the same 1.6GHz Atom Processor, Windows XP, 10-inch WSVGA screen, 160GB hard drive and 1 GB of RAM. The main difference is one that makes all the difference.
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The LG X120 comes with a Splashtop-powered "LG Smart On" OS, which allows it to boot up quickly, making it great for popping the laptop on for a quick browse on the web or getting an instant messenging program up and ready to go. This makes the laptop a nice netbook with the capabilities of a desktop.
- Windows XP
- 10-inch WSVGA screen
- 160 GB hard drive
- 1 GB of RAM
- LG Smart On OS
- 1.6GHz Atom Processor
- Thicker than most netbooks
User Reviews (2)
splashtop-based instant-on OS, for basic computing without the boot time of Windows XP
matte enclosure finish - not a fingerprint magnet like almost every other netbook
six-cell battery standard
thicker and heavier than the majority of netbooks
small trackpad with single button rocker
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