LG Xnote Mini X120 netbook gets Levi Special Edition makeover

July 21, 2009 at 5:32 pm

LG Xnote Mini X120 netbook gets Levi Special Edition makeoverNow I’m not sure how this partnership came together, nor do I understand why it came together, but LG Korea has partnered with Levi Jeans to create a ‘Levi’ themed netbook. The netbook in question is the well received 10.1-inch LG Xnote Mini X120, which now sports a Levi jeans graphic on the front cover as well as a denim netbook sleeve!

Personally, I’m not sure why anyone would want a picture of jeans on their netbook cover but there you go. The specifications remain the same including a 1.6GHz N270 Atom CPU, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD and the instant-on Splashtop OS. Other features include Bluetooth 2.0, Windows XP Home and a 6-cell battery. As an added incentive, only 2,500 of the Levi’s Special Edition netbooks will be sold, starting from July 24th and continuing for just 28 days.

Via Engadget.


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