Summary: LG has put together a superior netbook that is more attractive than some, runs faster than most and is eminently usable too. If it weren't for the curiously poor battery performance, we'd have been happy to award the LG Netbook X110 our Recommended badge.
Excerpt: Introducing the LG X10 netbook . It’s not exactly a looker, but then neither was Susan Boyle and we all saw what she did on Bitain’s Got Talent. So, let’s go into this review with an open-mind.
Pros: While this won’t win any beauty pageants any time soon, it can stand proudly alongside other laptops in the netbook toilets without shying away. Firstly it has a spacious 160GB hard drive for saving all your important docs to. It’s pretty easy to use, and did we mention the ten-inch screen is pretty glossy to look at? No? Well it is. And it’s cheap too, coming in at just over £300.
Cons: You wouldn’t exactly use the phrase “top-end” to describe this laptop. Look at it. It’s got a face like Mickey Rourke (nasty and plasticky). It’s not even got HSDPA built-in! The fact that the battery life is only around three hours as well means you won’t be using this on trips from London to Edinburgh either.
Summary: The X110 is a very good netbook. It's comfortable to use, attractive and has the bonus of integrated 3G. However, it's only available to buy on a 24-month contract, and the fact that it has poor battery life means you won't be able to take full advantage of its wireless capabilities
Summary: When the X110 was first announced, we couldn’t help but notice its striking resemblance to MSI’s ubiquitous Wind . With the latter already rebadged as the Medion Akoya and Advent 4211, it’d come as no surprise if LG did confirm the rumours that the it had indeed rolled off one of MSI’s conveyor belts. But if the two are related, it’s in a long lost brothers kind of way. In the movie of their lives, the X110 is the one that got lucky and was fostered by the rich family.
Summary: Met de X110 probeert LG vooral te scoren met een zeer aantrekkelijk design . Helaas vinden wij echter dat ze hierin iets te ver zijn gegaan, gezien het feit dat ze zowel het schermcover als de onderkant van de netbook hebben voorzien van een gevoelige hoogglans afwerking . De X110 is vooral ook interessant door zijn lage startprijs van net iets meer dan 300,- Euro. Voor dit geld moet je het wel doen zonder Bluetooth of geïntegreerde UMTS/HSDPA module.
Pros: Aantrekkelijk design, Gunstige startprijs, Zeer fijn toetsenbord, Beeldscherm met goed contrast is geschikt om buiten mee te werken, Lage geluidsproductie, Lage warmte-emissie
Cons: Oppervlak zeer gevoelig voor vuil, Zeer kleine scharnieren, Geen WLAN Draft-n en Bluetooth in de standaard configuratie, Slecht geluid uit de interne luidspreker, Lage batterijduur met een 3-cell batterij
Conclusion: 445 $ + Kdv olan LG X110′un fiyatının size sunduklarına göre uygun olduğunu söyleyebiliriz. Ayrıca LG X110 satın almayı düşünenleri Türk Telekom’un 1 Nisan – 30 Mayıs tarihleri arasında geçerli olacak kampanyasından haberdar etmekte fayda var. Bu kampanyaya göre, 24 aylık kampanya taahhütnamesi imzalamanız halinde X110′a 24 ay boyunca her ay telefon faturanıza yansıtılacak 29.90 TL taksitlerle sahip olabilirsiniz.