LG’s ‘premium’ netbook costs AED 4,200 in UAE
Flagship LG X300 model was first unveiled at CES 2010 and will be available in the UAE next month
LG's new ‘premium mobile PC' will be available in stores across the United Arab Emirates next month for AED 4,199.
Weighing only 970 grams and just 17.5mm thick, the LG X300 is being touted as the ultimate in portability. The device runs Windows 7 OS and is fitted with the 2.0 Ghz Intel Menlow platform, with other features including a built-in 1.3 megapixel webcam and ‘SmartOn' quick-boot option that lets people access to e-mails and other frequently used functions in only five seconds.
"Given how demanding and discerning consumers are nowadays, we were delighted to receive such acclaim from the public and the media at the CES for our new mobile PC," said Dr. Skott Ahn, president and CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company when the X300 was launched in March.
"It's a vindication of LG's efforts to maintain the very highest standards in design without any sacrifices in high-tech or functionality, and ensure our consumers' experiences with LG PCs just keep getting better," Ahn added.
At the time, the company revealed the LG X300 would be available in Asia in March, followed by launches in the Middle East and South America, with prices varying in each country.