Computex 2011 | LG launches the ultra-thin and light P220 notebook
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The LG P220 model was spotted by Endadget and is reportedly on display at the Intel Computex booth. The ultra-portable PC is apparently part of the Ultrabook concept and offers a unibody design.
Users who decide to purchase this super thin LG notebook will be provided with a swift Sandy Bridge Intel Core i7-2677M central processing unit that has two cores, each clocked at 1.8GHz (goes up to 2.9 with Turbo Boost 2.0). Furthermore, the chip features 4MB of Level 3 cache and 17W max TDP.
The laptop is equipped with a sleek 12.5-inch thin LG Shuriken widescreen matte display complemented by an Intel HD graphics controller. In addition, the P220 houses 4GB of internal DDR3 memory and 128GB of storage capacity in form of a solid-state drive (SSD).
Connectivity features include Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth adapters, an HDMI interface, two USB ports and a card reader slot.
Unfortunately, there is still no word on pricing and availability of this particular model.