By this time next year, we expect the mobile market will be inundated with Ultrabook models from manufacturers far and wide. But for now, Ultrabooks are fairly few and far between, with only a handful of notebook makers already on board. You can add LG Electronics to the list, a surprise entry who hasn't made much chatter in regard to this new class of notebook, but just
its new X-Note Z330 series nonetheless.
The X-Note Z330 series is a line of 13.3-inch Ultrabooks sporting a 1366x768 screen resolution and what appears to be an aluminum chassis similar to Asus' Zenbook. It measures 315 x 215 x 14.7 millimeters, weighs about 2.7 pounds, and is supposed to be able to resume from a sleep state in 7 seconds and shut down in 9.9 seconds.
As for the hardware, the Z330 comes configurable with an Intel Core i5 2467M or Core i7 2673M processor, 4GB of memory, 120GB SATA 6Gbps SSD or 256GB SATA 3Gbps SSD, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Intel WiDi, USB 3.0, and a microSD card reader.
The X-Note Z330 will ship in Korea later this month for around $1,500 to $1,900 (after converting to U.S. funds). No word on when it will land stateside. In the meantime, check out our photo gallery below.
Image Credit: LG