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LG Netbook Hits U.S. Market

San Diego – LG Electronics
MobileComm USA has launched
its first netbook for the U.S.

The LG X120 is being sold through RadioShack for $179 so far,
with a two-year AT&T 3G data-connect service agreement. This 5GB plan costs
$60 per month, but it also includes access to AT&T’s 20,000 Wi-Fi hot spots
located around the nation.

The LG X120 has a 10.1-inch LCD, weighs 2.8 pounds, and has 1GB
of memory and a 160GB hard drive. The unit does run Windows XP, but it is also
equipped with LG’s SmartOn interface that the company claimed will quickly boot
the device.

Other features include a 1.3-megapixel Web cam, seven hours of
battery life and stereo speakers.