Slick LG X20 netbook passes through the FCC

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LG passed a svelte netbook called the X20 through the FCC today.  The Windows 7 device weighs only about 2.6 pounds (1.2 kg) with a 4 cell battery, and sports a 10.1” 1366 x 768 TFT color LCD screen, Intel Atom N450 processor, Intel 3150 GMA graphics, up to 2GB of RAM, 1.3 MP web cam, Bluetooth and HSPA 3G.

The user manual for the X20 indicates that the netbook will be released in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, China, India, Korea and Singapore.  The test report for the device shows several model numbers for the X20, including X200, XB200, XD200 and XV200 – we’d guess that these various model numbers are for different regions.  No word on pricing or a release date.

Update:  The Intel Atom in the X20 is a N450, 1.66 GHz processor according to test reports.  We have also confirmed 802.11 b/g/n WiFi and a 250GB 2.5” HDD, although the size of the HDD likely varies.

We don’t have exact measurements for the X20, but by eyeballing external photos of the device we’re estimating that it measures about 6.7” x 11” (170mm x 280mm).

A closeup of the X20’s keyboard reveals chiclet-style keys and a relatively small trackpad.




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