The first thing that stands out when you look at the X120 is the nice soft look and feel of it with the nice accents on the the side that give it a nice touch of color with the nice soft rounded edged. The keyboard is a nice size and feels good to type on the keys. The mouse pad as a bit of a plastic feel to it but it does work well. The 10.1 in screen gives you a lot of screen real estate to work with when looking at longer documents such as spreadsheets. There is a 1.3 Megapixel camera that can be used for video chat and Skype calls. To this on the road the netbook comes 3G ready, an 1.6ghz Intel Atom processor and 1GB of ram and 7 hours of battery life on a full charge to round up the hardware specs.
LG Smart On
A quick way to access information without full loading into the OS you can. the OS turns on in a second and gives you access to quick things such as Web, Music, Pictures, Online Gaming and Chat. The interface which is a Linux based OS is pretty quick and simple to use and give you what you need quickly on the go and even will save you battery life.
Windows XP and 3G coverage
The netbook does come with Windows XP which does work well but Windows 7 on here would work much better since its designed more for netbooks. For 3G coverage we are using AT&T 3G which when we were in coverage did work well but it can be spotty at times but I would put that more on AT&T network coverage not being as adequate and not the netbooks performance which is stellar when on 3G.
Overall the netbook is solid with great features, nice looks and great speeds. We do wish that it came with Windows 7 that would take better advantage of this hardware. If you are in the market for a netbook the LG X120 is one to look out for and definitely consider picking up.