LG Electronics has entered the ultrabook market, releasing the LG Xnote Z330 with a 13.3-inch display.
The Xnote Z330 has a smaller footprint than standard 13.3″ notebooks, thanks to 8mm thin LCD bezel. The ultrabook is 14.7mm thin and weighs 1.21kg. Inside the Z330 there are Intel’s Core i5-2467M or Core i7-2637M CPUs, 4GB of system memory, and a 120GB or 256GB solid state drive.
The screen resolution of the MacBook Air-like laptop is 1366×768 pixels and it also includes 802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0, Intel Wireless Display technology, USB 3.0, and a microSD card reader.
According to LG, the Xnote Z330 has a battery life of more than six hours and the notebook has an OS resume time of 7 seconds.
There is no info on the notebook’s worldwide availability and pricing, but it will be offered for sure to South Korean customers this month with prices ranging from $1,509 to $1,863 US dollars. That’s a high price, considering that you can find an ultrabook for $800 and up in the US.