LG’s latest Ultrabook ‘Xnote Z330’ released Reviews
LG’s latest Ultrabook ‘Xnote Z330’ releasedBy: Rex Inego | Dec 06, 2011 10:23 AM
With the introduction of Intel’s ‘Ivy Bridge’, a small but more efficient processor, in 2012, Ultrabook market may become dull. In spite of that, the manufacturers are continuing to bring out laptops based on the old ‘Sand Bridge’ architecture. Ultrabooks from manufacturers like Hp, Lenovo, Toshiba, Acer and Asus are emerging. Even LG has come out with Xnote Z330 Ultrabook in South Korea. It is not known when it will surface in the UK. The Z330 will consist of Core i7 2637M or Core i5 2467M processor, 4 GB of Random Access Memory, integrated Intel High Definition Graphics 3000 and Solid State Device of 128 or 256 GB. It will come with a 13.3 inch High Definition Light Emitting Diode backlit screen with a resolution of 1336 x 768. It has provision for Wi-Fi b/g/n connectivity. It is suitable for Intel WiDi, Bluetooth 3.0, USB 3.0 and HDMI. Unfortunately memory card reader and ThunderBolt port are absent. The weight is 1.21 Kg. The dimensions are 315 x 215 x 14.7 mm, which means it is not slim as that of some of its competitors. It will also have Super Speed Tech which allows booting in just 9.9 seconds. The cost is likely to be between GBP 960 and GBP 1450, just the same range as most other Ultrabooks.