LG T280 ultra portable and X200 netbook debut in Korea

LG isn't exactly a name that jumps to mind for most of us when we starting thinking about notebooks and netbooks. The company does offer computers along with hoards of other gear it is better known for. LG has unveiled a new X200 netbook and T280 CULV notebook in Korea.

Both machines fit into the XNOTE family. The T280 is the first CULV notebook to come from LG and will use a Pentium dual-core at 1.3GHz or a Core 2 Duo CPU. The screen is an 11.6-inch unit and LG claims the machine will weigh 3.06-pounds and be 1.2-inches thick. The machine can be had with 2GB of RAM and includes WiFi, GMA4500 graphics, and either 320GB or 500GB of storage depending on CPU chosen. Pricing equates to about $990 to $1,094 here in America, but there is no word on if the machine will make it to the US.

The X200 is a netbook running the Pine Trail Atom processor at 1.66GHz. It gets 1GB of RAM, GMA 3150 graphics and a 250GB HDD. Other features include WiFi and a chicklet keyboard. The netbook will weigh 2.7 pounds and will pricing equates to about $642 here in America, which is overpriced for the hardware. This machine has hit the FCC so expect it to show up in the US eventually.

[via Electronista]