LG’s range of Blade notebooks are super slim in nature, but that does not mean that LG has skimped on its features and specifications so that performance is sacrificed. When you compare it to the previous generation of Blade notebooks (namely the LG P210 and P420), the P430 and P530 are a whole lot slimmer. The P430 and P530 will come with 14″ and 15.6″ LED LCD displays respectively, helping them stand out from the rest in terns of slimness, weight and material.
It must be noted that LG’s expertise in display technology has certainly come in handy to help churn out a superior viewing experience on the notebook front. With respective depths of 4.5mm and 4.7mm, the P430 and P530 displays are measured up to 50% slimmer compared ot any other notebooks among their peers.
Both the P430 and P530 are also very lightweight, with the P430 tipping the scales at 1.94kg at a depth of 23.8mm. As for the P530, it will weigh in at 2.2kg. The P430 and P530 are also more durable compared to standard entry-level notebooks, while they look stylish with a brushed aluminum finish and diamond cutting – technology that relies on real diamonds to cut the edge of the case.
The P430 and P530 will come in Misty Blue and Titan Black shades, with the P430 ready to roll out at the end of May while the P530 is released a month later in Europe, the Middle East, South America, and Asia.
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