From Korea comes a Ultra Book, which should certainly be not only an interesting offer for a price, but also in its appearance is unique for the time being. For an ultra-Book is not just easy but still a featherweight compared to a normal notebook, the LG Xnote P330 is 1.7 kg and with its metal casing middle class.To be dotted but also elsewhere.
The ultra-thin display bezel of the LG Xnote P330
He is not the flattest in its category. In addition, a built-in graphics card for better performance but this is not surprising. The Nvidia GeForce GT555 graphics provides average performance. If you open the device for the first time, it is then also the thin display frame, which knows how to entertain. To realize this, does the display manufacturers back to his own life experience and an in-house built IPS display. The 13.3 inch screen is framed here in a 12-inch Ultra-Book casing made of metal.
Although the unit provides the thin frame, but only with a 1366 × 768 pixel resolution, which aimed at such a premium product is somewhere a little disappointing.
Multiple equipment options and faster boot
Offers is the LG Xnote P330 with Intel i7 and i5-2435M-2640m dual-core processors, each clocked at 2.4 and 2.8 GHz. The latter overclocked one of its two cores on demand up to 3.5 GHz. The basic configuration provides 4 GB of RAM memory that can be doubled at the factory. Alternatively, there is a 64 GB SSD or normal HDD-installed alternatives. How quickly the LG Xnote P330 is in interaction with the SSD, the boot-test shows the following videos.
HDMI, USB 3.0 and 2.0, audio, Ethernet and card reader are standard equipment on board. 6.5 hours battery life reported by the manufacturer. Realistically will probably be 5 to 6 hours.
Specific release dates are not yet known in this country and it is then Acer, Asus and Lenovo, which currently divide the market by itself in the ultra-book segment.