The FCC documents reveal the LG XNote LGX30 11.6-inch netbook before it has been announced by LG. The documents include a user manual, and a number of photos showing the LGX30 external and internals.
The LGX30 features an 11.6-inch 1366 x 768 pixel display, a solid state disk, Bluetooth and 802.11b/g/n WiFi. It will also have an Atom CPU, and is expected to be of the poulsbo (Z-Series) Atom group. The touchpad has two buttons and is also said to support multi-touch gestures for zooming and more.
As you can see from the one decent photo below, the LG X30 looks like a very slim netbook indeed, with nice styling.
It will weigh 0.97kg with the 3-cell battery, and 1.1kg with the larger 6-cell battery. Ports include VGA, 2x USB, a multi-card reader, Ethernet, and audio ports.
It is expect to run Windows 7. No availability or pricing are currently known for the LG X30, but will will update this post when it’s known.
Update: LG have now officially announced this netbook as the LG X300!