Now here’s what I think a true notebook computer should be. I’m not looking for an incredibly potent graphics engine, a humungous 19-inch screen, or a battery that only lasts a couple of hours. The new Xnote TX from LG may not be the most powerful laptop in the world, but it sports an ultra-slim design, and is as light as a feather at a mere 1.1 kg (2.4 pounds).
The processor comes in the way of a 1.3 GHz Pentium-M ULV 773, coupled with 1GB of DDR RAM. The hard drive isn’t huge at 60GB of storage space, and you won’t be able to enjoy many of the latest computer games in all their full resolution glory because the Xnote TX only has a 64MB Geforce Go 7300 graphics module.
The specs won’t wow you, nor will the 12.1-inch, 1280×800 pixel WXGA display, but the LG Xnote TX’s ultra-portability will. If you want a desktop replacement, look somewhere else. If you want a notebook that’s slim, easy to care around, and has enough processing power for most of your basic needs, then consider picking this puppy up… that is, when we find out its release date and price point.