Sharped in thin with brushed aluminum finish like a blade, LG unveiled two new notebooks in blade series, 14-inch (P430) and 15-inch (P530). The new notebooks are powered by a second generation Intel Core (i7, i5, i3) processor and Windows 7 OS.
Both P430 and P530 are not only thin, they also are lightweight, around 2kg. LG claimed that the thin and lightweight form doesn’t stop the laptops to run in high performance (others said that too). For that, LG added a 1366×768 HD LED LCD, an 1GB nVidia GeForce GT 520M, up to 8GB memory, up to 750GB HDD, and HD audio with SRS sound solution. Gaming or enjoying your video? Just try it for your self.
In addition, the new Blade laptops feature an 1.3HD webcam, a DVD Super-Multi optical drive, WiFi, LAN, Bluetooth 3.0+HS, HDMI port, USB interface, and 6cell Li-Ion battery. And thank to DLNA support, you easily connect the laptop to your DLNA-enabled devices such as: Sony Bravia TV.
Dressed in Misty Blue and Titan black color, LG P430 is expected to hit market in Europe, the Middle East, South America, and Asia in late of May 2011. And followed by P530 a month later. The price? I don’t know. For US market? I don’t know either. [Dandy Gadget Source]