Dec 7 2009

Radioshack Shells Out LG X120 Netbook With Holiday Subsidies

Radioshack is going to be selling the LG X120 netbook with a special subsidy, now through the 24th of December. The numbers are appealing – $49.99 with a two-year AT&T service contract or $399 without the service plan. The X120 netbook has previously sold for $179.99 with a $60/month 5 GB AT&T mobile broadband plan.

The 10.1-inch LG X120 netbook has a backlit LED display and a 6-cell battery packing seven hours of runtime. It is powered by a 1.6 GHz Intel Atom and the standard lineup of 1 GB RAM and a 160 GB HDD. It comes with a 1.3 megapixel webcam, HD speakers, a 93-percent-of-full-size keyboard, 4-in-1 card slot, a generoud 3 USBs, Ethernet, and a scrolling touchpad.

LG’s netbook also features the quick-booting SmartOn interface which allows users to access common applications within seconds of booting their machine. The OS on the LG X120 is Windows XP, and the netbook can connect with 3G, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi.

Via eWeek.

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