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LG X110 Netbook - Feature Table

Ardjuna Seghers

By Ardjuna Seghers



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  • Performance 7
  • Value 6
  • Features 7
  • Design 9

Tony Walker

February 26, 2009, 6:12 am

A fair number of Winds and Advent 4211 (and possibly other clones) *don't* have the "Draft-N" Wi-Fi. I belive there's is currently 2 known "G" cards used and 1 "N" in t5he Wind and derivatives.

On the same "Wind variable hardware" theme, which make (of te 2 known) is the touchpad?

For reference I have an Advent 4211 with a Realtek "G" card and a Synaptics touchpad.

I find my 10.2" screen on my Advent 4211 clone to be excellent and it is particularly readable in sunlight which my TC1100 tablet certainly wasn't.

Have they really stuffed the keyboard? Is the NC10's one better? The Wind/4211 keyboard was/is inordinately better thean the Samsung.

Jim 1

March 2, 2009, 4:15 am

"That said, one can't realistically expect a netbook under 𧷤 to have integrated HSDPA." I have to disagree. The Advent 4213 from PC world/Currys/Dixons is only 𧷏 and has built in HSDPA.


March 2, 2009, 5:40 pm

@Tony Walker: Thanks for your feedback. I assumed the touchpad to be Synaptics, but don't really care as it was excellent to use.

Matte screens like the Wind's and LX110's might look less vibrant, but make up for it by actually being usable in sunlight.

As to the keyboard, how did you get the idea that 'they stuffed' it? It's one of the better examples around, and I personally prefer it to the NC10's. Hence "All of the above makes it one of the best netbook keyboards on the market, superior in layout if not in feedback to that of the Samsung NC10" on page one of the review.

@Jim: Good spot, thanks for pointing that out. It's difficult to believe, but it appears the 4213 really does have an active HSDPA modem. All I can say is, wow.

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