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LG X20 turns up at the FCC

FCC outs LG X20

Shane McGlaun | Feb 5, 2010 at 9:42 am CST (0 mins, 45 secs time to read)

I find it very humorous that the FCC often leaks products ahead of the official launch and announcement. Over the years, we have caught early glimpses of gear from the FCC well ahead of launch despite letters attached to the FCC documents asking for confidentiality.

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The testers at the FCC don't put much weight in requests by manufacturers I guess and today we get another early look at a new notebooks thanks to the FCC. The LG X20 has turned up on the FCC as it makes its way thought the certification process. The device weighs 2.6 pounds with its 4-cell battery.

The screen is 10.1-inches and it runs the Intel N450 processor along with Intel GMA 3150 graphics. The little netbook will have up to 2GB of RAM, 3G connectivity, Bluetooth, and WiFi. The keyboard has the popular chicklet keys and there is no word on pricing or availability.

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