LG Xnote Z330. More hands-on and testing.

Posted on 07 March 2012 by

The LGNote X330 is a smart-looking Ultrabook that I’d really like to get in for a review as soon as possible. In a short testing period today at CeBIT I was able to test the keyboard and screen, take a look at the build quality and ports. Unfortunately there’s a micro-sd card slot instead of a full SD card slot which limits its usability.

Overall though it seems to have some really good quality features. The keyboard feels really nice and the screen pops nicely.

Check out more in the video below.

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  • benny

    why is there a fujitsu logo in the picture section?

    • Chippy

      Thanks Benny. One of the Fujitsu pics slipped in. Fixing now…

  • Adam

    It’s a beauty of an Ultrabook, that’s for sure! 999€ doesn’t seem very competitive, though. The Asus UX31 pricing puts them to shame. With the lower res screen I’m really expecting them to get really close to the Asus in price to be competitive. Except for the cost, this is possibly my favorite ultrabook.

  • Aigak

    To chippy:

    Did you try to check the battery life while overviewing the machine? It is just of 3 cells. Yet the weight is vergy good, just 1.21 kg! It would be nice if we see the Ivy Bridge version soon. By the way, LG calls this design like that: “Super Compact Clutch Design with Gyro-Brush Line”… Quite a serious thing. One of reviewers however added recently: “…with a big red power button reminiscent of that on intellectual washing machines”. Just a joke.

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