Thursday, May 5, 2011

New LG P430/13-inch Laptop Review

New LG P430/13-inch Laptop Review
Laptops now increasingly thin and lightweight. Even so, the size of the screen unchanged. Innovations such as this becoming a trend given the incessant onslaught of tablet computers and netbooks. In the computer market, thin laptop is still a rare commodity. So far, only Apple and Samsung are making. Now, LG seems to be interested to try out the market. South Korean company that will launch a laptop that is not less thin than its predecessor, named P430 LG Blade. The thickness of laptops made ​​by LG is only 23.8 mm and weighs less than 2 kg, ie about 1.94 kg.

Compared with conventional laptops sail another 13-inch, Blade P430 obviously very thin and lightweight. Hence, the Blade P430 is very comfortable to carry. Although thin, the features are presented not as light weight. Embedded features may be said to be very interesting. Additionally, the processor used is a second generation of Intel Core i7.

For business graphics at NVIDIA Graphics GeForceGT entrusted with 1GB DDR3 520M of RAM with a maximum of 8GB memory. Other features that increasingly make this laptop more ciamik is a web camera 1.3 megapixel high definition, hard disk drives up to 750GB 2.5 SATA, DVD optical drive, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi. Blade LG P430 laptop would slide on the market at the end of May this year. What price is opened? LG is still not revealing.