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LG intros Z1 ultraportable with dedicated graphics

updated 09:05 am EST, Tue January 2, 2007

LG Z1 Ultraportable

LG today released a new, smaller addition to its X-Note notebooks. The 12.1-inch widescreen Z1 is said to buck the trend towards integrated, shared memory graphics in small portables and includes a dedicated Mobility Radeon X1350 chipset for accelerating Windows Vista's Aero Glass interface and other 3D environments. LG's system is also fast for its class through use of a 1.83GHz Core 2 Duo processor and 1GB of standard memory. Storage includes a 100GB hard drive, an optical drive, and a 5-in-1 flash card reader. The Z1 weighs 4.2 pounds and arrives in Korea soon for $2,027. A full image is available after the jump.



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