LG today unveiled its new X-Note P330 series laptop, adding a 13-inch model to its portable family which already includes 12.5-, 14-, and 15-inch varieties. The company is placing particular emphasis on the 1366 x 768 LED-backlit display, having managed to shave the surrounding bezel down to 8 millimeters and its thickness to 4.5 millimeters—engineering which results in the laptop weighing in at 1.72 kilograms (approximately 3.79 pounds).
Available in two Sandy Bridge-powered configurations, the P330-UE70K features a speedier Core i7 chipset and twice the amount of RAM. Notably, each carries both SSD and HDD storage (though flash capacity is limited to 4GB on the UE40K), a combination which allows for boot times of 19 seconds, according to LG. Nvidia's GeForce GT555M should prove sufficient for new releases such as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, HDMI-out, and USB 3.0 connectivity are also on board, with Windows 7 Home Premium as the OS of choice. Head over to the product page for the full story on specs.
The X-Note P330 is now available in Korea with the UE40K and UE70K priced at 1,490,000 ($1335.49) and 2,220,000 ($1989.78) won respectively. Sadly, LG has made no mention of plans for a US release.