LG X110 product page goes live – in the United Arab Emirates

LG is offering a little more information about its upcoming X110 netbook. The company has posted a product page on the UAE version of the LG web site. I poked around and couldn’t find a product page on the US, UK, French, or German LG web sites. I have no idea what that means for product availability.

But I did gather enough information to update the X110′s entry in the Liliputing Product Database. For one thing, it looks like Bluetooth will be available as an option. The netbook will also come with either 512MB or 1GB of RAM, and hard drive capacities ranging from 80GB to 160GB.

As expected, the LG X110 will also support 3G wireless connections thanks to a dual quad-band antenna.

And we have some dimensions to share as well. The netbook will be about 262 x 180 x 31mm or 10.2″ x 7.1″ x 1.2″ and will weigh 1.19kg or about 2.6 pounds with a standard 3-cell battery. A 6 cell battery will also be available as an option.

via Wired and MSI Wind.net Forums

  • Karl

    Here's a link to the product page on the LG Scandinavian site, there's a pdf product sheet that you can download from there.

    http://nordic.lge.com/sv/products/category.list

    The LG X110 is already up on some resellers site in sweden, price for the model with integrated 3G is set to 3995 SEK.

  • onlineaddy

    From the product sheet that Karl mentioned:

    Model X110-G.A7HBV
    Processor Intel® AtomTM Processor N270(1.60Ghz/533Mhz/FSB512K)
    Operating System Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition
    Chipset Intel® Mobile 945GSE + ICH7M
    System Memroy 1,024MB x 1 DDR II (667MHz, Dual Channel Support, Up to 2GB)
    Display 10.2”” Glare WSVGA (1024 x 600) LED Backlight LCD
    Graphics Intel® GMA 950(up to 128MB)
    HDD S-ATA 160GB (5400rpm)
    Communications Wireless 802.11b/g
    WLAN Antenna Dual Quad-band Antenna
    LAN 10/100Mbps
    3G HSUPA (Downlink : 7.2Mbps / U plink : 2Mbps)
    Webcam LG Smart Cam (1.3M Pixel) with Internal Stereo Mic
    Audio HD Audio
    Security Kensington Lock, HDD security
    Input Device Keyboard 82 Key Full Keyboard
    Pointing Device 2Button Touchpad, Scroll Function
    Expansion Slot Multimedia Card Slot 4-in-1 (SD, MMC, MS, MS pro)
    Input/Output Port 3USB, VGA, RJ45, Mic-in, Headphone, DC In
    Battery 3 Cell 3.5hr
    6Cell 7hr (optional)
    AC Adapter 65W
    Software Pre-installed IP Operator, LG Magnifier, Cyberink YouCam, SRS Trusurroun
    HD, , Norton Anti-virus, Connection manager(3G only)
    CD/DVD Titles LG Recovery CD(Export), LG Intelligent DVD, HSPA Installation
    CD (3G only)
    Dimensions(WxDxH) 261.8 x 180.0 x 19.0 ~ 31.0
    Weight 1.19kg (with 3cell)
    Color Rear + Bottom: Black Glossy, LCD + Keydeck: White
    Specialty LED Backlight, 1.3M Smart Cam, SRS Trusound HD
    Warranty 2yrs(incl. 1yr international w’ty)

  • DougC3

    Wow, I wish all the brands would provide spec sheets like that. Looks like the Scandinavian model comes with Win XP and the UAE version, with Vista. It's nice to see another netbook with the “correct” arrow key configuration, along with the Samsung.

    If I calculated right it's about 4 oz. heavier than the Lenovo S10 and about 5-9 oz. lighter than the various 10-inch Asuses. Also, as I'm sure you all know, 3995 SEK is US $586.88 :)

    Nice looking, but the black model is glossy and has a white keyboard :(

  • DougC3

    I can't get google to translate the page, but it looks like the HSUPA models cost an extra 1000 kronors, now = US $144, for a total of $720.

    Also, I noticed that the 3995 SEK models have dropped $11 in US currency overnight! I thought it would have gone up because of our current economic debacle. But, thinking about it, it makes sense… apparently the Scandinavian stock and currency traders are swifter on the uptake and are already responding to what's going on here, while most of us in the US are still in denial.

    In any case, if you watch the currency exchange rates carefully and strike quickly, now might be a good time for North Americans to make international purchases.

  • Karl

    I've read that it's MSI who produces most of the LG laptop range. Is that true?

    First I had my mind set on the Wind, then came the S10 and now the x110… it's damn hard to decide what to get…

  • DougC3

    Apparently so about MSI making the LG x110:
    http://www.engadget.com/2008/07/23/msi-to-repor

    I'm having the same difficulty deciding, but since I'm in wait mode, I think I'll wait another month or two and see what else happens. I'm also hoping some other broadband options emerge in the US from the mobile providers, though I would much rather pick my own netbook than adopt whichever one is supplied by some provider.

  • DougC3

    Sorry, the above link wasn't as informative as I thought at first glance. The following link (which you may have already seen) has a bit more info, but I haven't seen anything about other LG models:

    http://www.yugatech.com/blog/personal-computing

  • DougC3

    Sorry, the above link wasn't as informative as I thought at first glance. The following link (which you may have already seen) has a bit more info, but I haven't seen anything about other LG models:

    http://www.yugatech.com/blog/personal-computing

  • emd

    where can i find the manager for the 3g hspa for my x110,.?

  • emd

    where can i find the manager for the 3g hspa for my x110,.?