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LG draws on Intel for faster, book-sized X820 PC

updated 04:00 pm EDT, Thu June 7, 2007

LG X820

LG at the Computex show has updated its Lluon series of desktops with the X820, a new mini desktop that takes advantage of Intel's Series 3 chipset to drop power consumption and potentially increase speed while remaining as small as an encyclopedia. In addition to the P35 Express chipset at its heart, the PC boasts the more recent 2.13GHz desktop Core 2 Duo with a faster 4MB of level 2 cache; it also has relatively quick budget dedicated graphics through a 512MB GeForce 7650 GS card.

A default system also ships with a media-ready 1GB of RAM, 500GB of hard disk storage, a DVD rewriter, and Windows Vista Home Premium. LG ships the compact system to Korea at a price of $1,392 after factoring in taxes. [via PC Joint]



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