[CES 2012] CES 2012 is set to be a party for Ultrabooks – and LG intends to join in with the LG Z330 and Z430 models. The LG Z330 (as seen above) is said to be a “super Ultrabook” which will actually perform far better than regular Ultrabooks. Despite touting better performance, the Z330 still remains the most compact Ultrabook from their stable, making this nothing but an engineering marvel which you might want to pay attention to. LG’s proprietary Super Speed Boot technology lets it boot up to around three times faster compared to other 13″ notebooks, and with the second generation Intel Core i7 processor running underneath the hood, you know that processing firepower is definitely not in short supply. Apart from clocking less than 10 seconds for a complete boot, it can recover in just 2 seconds from stand-by mode. Not only that, the Z330 will also come with the latest SATA3 Solid State Drive (SSD) for your storage needs, tipping the scales at a mere 1.21kg.
As for the 14″ Z430, this portable computer will run on an Intel Core i7 processor with a choice between a SSD and hard drive. You will find it boot up in a dozen seconds, where it can hold up to 500GB of storage space. This is touted to be the most compact 14″ notebook in the market, where the slim bezel actually allows it to fit in a 14″ display in a chassis which is normally reserved for 13″ notebooks. [Press Release]
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