LG X110

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LG announced the LG X110 Netbook at the 2008 IFA, and ever since it has been highly anticipated. With the popular MSI Wind base the LG X110 aims it’s self at a more professional user, with option features such as 3G mobile broadband and GPS.

With a very sleek design, high build quality, and impressive features the LG X110 netbook looks very promising.  Available in either glossy black, white or pink color options.

Key Features

  • 10″ 1024 X 600 LCD LED Backlit
  • Intel Atom N270 CPU 1.6GHz
  • 512MB /1GB DDR2 RAM
  • 80GB / 120GB / 160GB HDD
  • Windows XP
  • Wide Keyboard
  • 1.3M Pixel Webcam
  • 259 mm/180 mm/31 mm (w/h/d)
  • 1.19kg
  • 802.11b/g WiFi
  • Bluetooth 2.0
  • 3Cell / 6cell (Li-Ion) Battery
  • 4-in-1 Card Reader, 3x USB 2.0
  • 3G / GPS (Optional)


The X110 is a very good netbook. It’s comfortable to use, attractive and has the bonus of integrated 3G. However, it’s currently only available on contrast, which means it’s definitely not for everybody. If you’ve got the choice, and don’t mind not having 3G, buy an MSI Wind.
Source: CNet UK | Rating: 4.5 Rating

The full-size QWERTY layout will be a boon to those whose digits aren’t dexterous enough for a cut down keyboard. The LG X110 almost has it all, but good looks are tempered by low battery life and the miniature mousepad.
Source: Stuff.tv | Rating: 4 Rating

The LG X110 leaves a very mixed impression. Although convincing in the power and display measurements, the battery life, crucial for mobility was disappointing, with the worst results of all previously tested mini-notebooks
Source: Chip.de | Rating: 3.5 Rating