LG has decided to launch the X120 in the USA today. Thus LG has announced its first netbook for U.S. consumers, so let’s take a brief look at it.

The LG X120 is finally ready to be purchased by American customers and the netbook has some special features to offer. The machine was announced in Korea earlier this summer and it’s about time it became available in more markets.

The LG X120 is a 10.1-inch netbook that weighs only 2.8lbs but it’s ready to meet your computing needs while you’re on the go. The netbook comes with a LED backlit 10.1-inch LCD, 1GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, a built-in 1.3-megapixel camera, HD stereo speakers, Wi-Fi connectivity, 3G HSDPA support and Windows XP running in the background. The X120 also has a great battery capable of delivering 7-hours of life. You’ll certainly appreciate that battery next time you’re stuck waiting in an airport or on a longer than expected trip.

Ehtisham Rabbani, vice president of product strategy and marketing for LG Mobile Phones, had this to say about the X120 netbook:

We created the LG X120 to allow consumers to stay connected on their own terms. The Smart On(TM) button puts consumers seconds away from the fun stuff such as showing off your vacation photos or picking your fantasy football line-up.

The LG X120 will be available for purchase in Radio Shack stores nationwide or online. You can also get it from AT&T stores bundled with a new 2-year AT&T DataConnect service agreement of at least $60 per month. In that case the X120 will only cost $179.99 and, for that subsidized price, AT&T will let you use up to 5GB of data traffic per month and access its 20,000 Wi-Fi Hot Spots for free.

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