If you are looking to buy a slim and light notebook in 2011 which still packs a punch we may have found two new laptops which you should consider, these are both part of LG’s new Blade series.
The two models we are going to introduce to today are the P430 and the P530, the P430 has a 14-inch LED LCD display, whilst the P530 has the same display but with a 15.6-inch diagonal.
In terms of technical specifications we do not have a full breakdown, that said we can confirm that there will be Intel Core i7 processors to choose from and NVIDIA GeForce GT520M graphics, SRS and DLNA technology and a 1.3 megapixel webcam. LG has kept quiet regarding other specs, therefore we will have to keep you posted as we find out more.
What LG want us to know is just how slim and light the Blade series laptops are, the P430 weighs 1.94kg and its display is just 4.5mm thick, the P530 weighs 2.2kg and has a slightly thicker 4.7mm display. We can also confirm that the P430 has a depth of 23.8mm.
If you check out Engadget’s recent article you can see LG’s full press release, when we hear more details regarding specifications, pricing and release dates we will keep you posted. Below we have embedded a photo showing just how thin these new Blade series notebook are.
Do you think you will be an LG Blade series notebook in 2011?
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