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LG unveils a 14.7mm ultrabook, the X-Note Z330

LG Electronics has unveiled the premium notebook computer, the X-Note Z330 series. The thin, light ultrabook, with Intel’s next generation laptop platform, is superior in portability, performance, and design.

The X-Note Z330, with a 13.3-inch monitor, boots up in just 9.9 seconds, which is more than three times faster than previous laptops and exceeds Intel’s standard for ultrabooks. The solid state drive (SSD), which uses LG’s independent technology Super Speed Tech, and the computer’s memory contribute to the shortened booting time.

The new X-Note Z330 employs the Shuriken display, which makes it thinner at 14.7mm. LG Electronics explains that the technology is the ultimate in ultra-slim design for notebook computers.

Thanks to narrow-bezel technology, the thickness of the monitor is reduced by 8mm. With the 13.3-inch monitor, the new model is as small as 12-inch laptops and weighs only 1.21kg.

The computer has the second-generation Intel Core i7/i5 processor and SATA3 SSD. Its batteries last more than six hours on one full charge. In addition, the new ultrabook improves compatibility with peripherals by being equipped with a USB 3.0 port and Intel wireless display. The price ranges from 1.7 million won to 2.6 million won.
Vice president Lee Jung Jun of LG Electronics’ HE Department Bureau says, “The Z330 is an innovative product that has achieved world-class speed and slimness. We’re confident to say that it will lead the premium laptop computer market by intensively targeting notebook computer users, who look for high-performance, sophisticated design, and superior portability.”

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