LG X140 Atom N470 netbook clears FCC

Mar 26, 2010
LG X140 Atom N470 netbook clears FCC

Remember LG's X140 netbook, spotted in the wild last month with nary an official mention?  The 10.1-inch machine has now been discovered clearing through the FCC, though thanks to an LG confidentiality agreement certain parts - notably any external and internal photos together with the user manual - are under wraps for 180 days from March 12th.

We're guessing that LG intend to launch the X140 - which also goes by the names LGX14, LGX14A and XB140 - a little sooner than that, of course.  Still, thanks to the certification label we've some confirmed specifications; the netbook has a 10.1-inch 1024 x 600 display, Intel Atom N470 1.83GHz processor and 2GB of memory, along with a 320GB Western Digital HDD and WiFi b/g/n.

Unlike the version seen in the wild, the X140 passing through the FCC has a 9-cell battery rather than a 6-cell pack.  OS is Windows 7 Starter, but there's no mention of any integrated 3G (despite previous reports that the netbook has a SIM card slot).

[via Wireless Goodness]

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