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DMB broadcasts may be all but useless to us here in the good ol' U. S. of A., but over in Korea it's fairly well established. LG is taking advantage of this with its Xnote AV laptop, which feature a DMB-TV tuner built-in as well as support for mobile broadband of the EVDO variety. All of the laptops, which come in sizes ranging from 12-inches to a healthy 17-inches, feature the Intel Core 2 Duo processor along with the ATI Mobility Radeon X1600 GPU. In tandem, that means that the Xnote AV could be just what the [Korean] gamer ordered. Don't forget the built-in Wi-Fi (which, to me, should be as standard as, I don't know, a power button at this point), 5.1-channel surround sound and hard drives capacities up to 160GB. Have fun getting your hands on one and wrapping your head around this meta picture that LG supplied.

Press Release (in Korean) [LG via I4U News]

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