LG have announced and unveiled the LG X120 netbook, which builds on their popular X110 netbook. The LG X120 is a next generation netbook equipped with 3G HSPA high-speed wireless broadband as standard, which is great if you often want access to the Internet while on the go.
The LG X120 features the splashtop powered LG “Smart On” technology. This “instant-on” feature allows for a super quick-boot, enabling access to programs in mere seconds after pressing the on button, without the need to wait for Windows XP or similar operating systems to load.
New to the LG X120 is a new USB 2.0 technology called “Smart-Link” which lets you transfer files to the netbook from another computer easily via a USB cable. This solves the problem of how to get very large files on to the netbook without using CD / DVD media.
Specifications wise the LG-X120 features an Intel Atom N270 1.6HGz processor, a 10-1-inch LCD (1024 x 576), 1.3MP camera, 160GB HDD, and a 3 or 6 cell battery. The X120 will weigh 1.2Kg / 2.6 lbs, and measure 10.4 x 7 x 1.3-inches.