LG have been showing off three netbooks at this years CES. The ultra slim LG X300 has gained most of the attention over the past couple of days, but the LG X200 netbook has it’s own fair share to offer.
They were displaying the 10.1-inch LG X120 (which has been available for some time now), the LG X300 ultra slim, and the 10.1-inch LG X200 with Pine Trail CPU and HD display.
The LG X200 has a 10.1-inch display, but is uncommon as it has a HD resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, this gives you more desktop space, and should make it easy to work with. Along with the HD display the X200 features the latest generation Intel Atom N450 or N470 Pine tail CPU, for lower power consumption.
Update: NetbookNews have a great hands on video of the LG X200, shown below.
It also features up to 2GB of RAM, a 250 / 320GB hard drive, WiFi, Instant on OS and optional 3G. It will be available to two battery options, a 4-cell 2,000 mAh battery and a 6-cell 2,600 mAh battery. It will come with Windows 7 Starter.
The LG X200 should be available in February, currently no price information is known. Via Lilputing
Update: The X200 has just made it’s way through the FCC where a little more information has been reveled. Firstly, the documents listed this netbook as the LG X20, rather than the X200, but I seem to remember this happening before on another netbook. Secondly the specifications listed confirm what we first saw.