LG have announced the release of three new netbooks ahead of Cebit 2010, the LG T280 Ultralight, X140 and X200. Two of the models will be released in Korea, with the X200 slated for a U.S. launch thanks to recent FCC approval. Looking at the specs, these netbooks will pack a punch in the power department.
The top of the range is the LG T280 will come with a choice of either a 1.3GHz Pentium dual-core or Core 2 Duo processor, not sure how much battery life you will get from these power hungry chips though. Both will have an 11.6-inch screen.
The X200 has the more respectable 1.66GHz Atom and the usual 1GB of RAM. Again no details on battery life, but we assume anything from 7 hours upwards. The U.S bound T280 looks to have the same specs as the Korean X200, so will weigh in at 2.7 pounds. For more spec deals and pricing visit Electronista.
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