Showcased at the 2009 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, LG Electronics's new LG-X120 netbook has 3G HSPA Internet connectivity built-in to its compact, portable design. No need for a 3G USB dongle here to connect any time or anywhere if you have 3G service. The design shows a soft textured, white exterior with lime or pink detailing, with the unit weighing in at just 1.2kg. Packing a 160GB hard drive, the LG-X120 netbook's offers 3.5 hours battery life with a 3 cell battery or 7 hours with a 6 cell battery. It has a 1.3 megapixel webcam for video chatting or conferencing, and ships with LG's You-Cam photo software.
A Smart-On interface on thre netbook PC lets you turn it on in five seconds, allowing fast access to its MP3 player, Photo Viewer and Internet suite. The LG-X120 also boasts Smart-Link technology which lets you connect a USB cable to a computer to share files or install new applications, access data and the computer’s CD or DVD drive. SRS WOW HD and TruSurround XT is on board to enhance sound quality as well.
LG says we can expect the LG-X120 to be available first in Europe in March. Pricing was not announced.