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Finally LG gets ULTRA too – with its new 13.3-inch LG Xnote Z330 Ultrabook in South Korea.
Today, LG Electronics released its first Ultrabook – the LG Xnote Z330 (LG Z330), just in time for the holidays in South Korea.
The Ultra-powerful LG Xnote Z330 boots-up in just 9.9 seconds, measuring 14.7mm at its thinnest point the Ultrabook weighs only 1.21Kg. It has a compact display design – with its 13-inch HD display (with 8mm narrow bezel – Style by Blade) fitted into a 12-inch notebook form factor.
In Japan, FRONTIER launched its latest 15.6-inch ND series BTO notebook with a high-quality Full HD (1080p) LCD display.
A few days ago, FRONTIER launched its new ND series customizable notebook (BTO) with a 15.6-inch (1920 × 1080) high-resolution Full HD LCD display (16:9).
The Frontier ND series notebook has a stylish design with a curved lines pattern, and comes in Shiny Black color. It is powered by an Intel Core i3, i5, i7 (2.2GHz – i3-2330M, 2.4GHz – i5-2430M, 2.5GHz – i5-2520M, 2.6GHz – i5-2540M, 2.8GHz – i7-2640M) Sandy Bridge processors.
Toshiba announced its new 15.6-inch glasses-free 3D dynabook Qosmio T851/D8DR in Japan, an updated version of its 3D dynabook Qosmio T851/D8CR.
Toshiba’s glasses-free 3D Qosmio T851 notebook comes in “Shiny Red” and runs Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. It has the latest Intel Core i7-2640M Dual-Core processor (the same Sandy Bridge processor, which comes with the recently announced Sony Vaio SE series high-end model – VPCSE17GK/B).
The Qosmio T851 sports a 15.6-inch (1920 x 1080) HD Clear SuperView LED Backlight glasses-less 3D-enabled display. It is powered by NVIDIA GeForce GT540M graphics chip and Toshiba’s SpursEngine 3D Quad-Core HD video processor.
HP HDX X18T-1000 CTO was in Laptoport workshop for virus removal. Machine was infected, the HDD had bad sectors and the user wanted a clean install. We backed-up data and continued putting the system on a new hard drive. These laptop potentials were remarkable. It came to be a superb performer.
PC was quick to respond to keyboard and mouse commands. Installing Vista Home Premium 64bit past with an ease, so as putting the drivers. From that point onwards the updates and other basic configuring was a pleasure.