LG to launch the Xnote Z350 Ultrabook
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The South Korean tech corporation LG has announced in a press release that it will be adding a new Ultrabook to its portfolio of portable computers. Dubbed as the Xnote Z350, this device is the successor to the Xnote Z330 model (which made an appearance at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas) and will feature a technology called Super Speed Boost enabling the thin and light laptop to boot in 9 seconds.
LG’s latest second generation Ultrabook reportedly measures just 14.7mm at its thickest point (the company claims this is the world’s thinnest Ultrabook) and weighs 1.2kg with the built-in battery. Furthermore, it will be equipped with an Ivy Bridge Intel Core i5/i7 central processing unit and a 13.3-inch LED-backlit widescreen panel of HD native resolution.
Apparently, the Xnote Z350 has won a Red Dot Award for design; it will offer significantly improved graphics performance over its predecessor, SATA3 Solid-State Drive and Wireless Display (WiDi) capabilities.
No word on pricing and an exact release date as of now. We will keep you updated once we have more information.