LG to launch new Xnote laptops in South Korea
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LG has supposedly added two new models to its Xnote lineup of portable computers. Called N450 and N550, the notebooks will first become available in the manufacturer’s home country of South Korea later this year.
Reportedly, the Xnote N450 sports a 14-inch display of HD (1366-by-768 pixels) quality, whereas the N550 is outfitted with a 15.6-inch widescreen panel that has a native resolution of 1600-by-900 pixels (HD +). Furthermore, both systems are powered by a choice of third generation Intel Core i5/i7 central processing units and offer the discrete AMD Radeon HD 7650M GPU with 1GB/2GB of dedicated VRAM.
Underneath the hood, LG’s latest Xnote laptops feature up to 8GB of DDR3 RAM, a 500GB rotating hard drive and an SRS surround sound. Other specs include a built-in web camera for video calls, Ethernet LAN, an HDMI interface for hooking up the laptops to an external HDTV/HD monitor, a memory card reader slot and Wireless LAN connectivity. According to the maker, the N550 will also come with software that converts 2D photo and video content into 3D.
The company has yet to release official pricing details. We will keep you updated once we have more information.