LG X110 Feels Solid, Fast, Is Netbook with Capital NJesus Diaz8/31/08 3:12pmFiled to: Hands-On: LG X110 Feels Solid, FastLG x110LgX1103GHdspaWi-FiLaptopNetbookIFA 2008 Hands-OnTopVideosClipsIfa2008ifa 2008311EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkI groped and used the LG X110 netbook for some time here at IFA. As Mark pointed out, this is the first netbook where "net" actually means something else: direct 3G network access without additions. The Good: The LG X110 felt solid and compact in my hands, heavier than I expected for such size. Good hard plastic finish outside. Fast operation under Windows and fast rendering and access to the web, although unfortunately I was only able to try it with the Wi-Fi connection. Good set of ports, although I wish all these computers implemented HDMI video output, rather than VGA. The Bad: I was disappointed the interior wasn't real aluminum but painted plastic. The keyboard didn't feel good to me, too bland and not enough clickety-clack action, but that's just my personal taste. Bottom line: For those looking for a good Windows- or Linux-based netbook with no-fuss internet access at all times, my first impression is that they will be happy with this one.