The Tech Report writes LG has cooked up the X Note Z330, a new 13.3" ultrabook with a thickness of just 15mm. The model has a brushed metal exterior, a 1366 x 768 pixel screen, the Core i7-2637M (1.7GHz) or Core i5-2467M (1.6GHz), a 256GB or 128GB SSD, respectively, a,d a battery life of up to six hours.
A narrow 8-mm bezel makes the screen look larger and allows LG to squeeze the system into a chassis whose footprint measures just 12.4" x 8.5", which is only a little bit bigger than my 11.6" Acer ultraportable.
While it's unclear whether the X Note will make its way stateside, the notebook's Korean pricing isn't particularly appealing. The top model is set to sell for ₩2.6 million, which translates to over $2,300 with a direct currency conversion. Even the base model's ₩1.7-million price tag works out over $1,500.