LG Delivers Its First Netbook to U.S. Market Via AT&T
Today LG announced that it will for the first time be selling a netbook to U.S. customers. The LG X120 will be only available at The Shack stores and web site for $180 after rebates with new two-year data plan agreement. The X120 weighs 2.8 pounds, and features SmartOn, which boots certain applications much faster to allow for quicker access to the Internet. Other features include a 10.1-inch display, 1.3 megapixel web cam, stereo speakers and up to seven hours of battery life.
Is LG not aware of AT&T's network issues? If so, Why would they offer their first netbook through AT&T? Would this not somewhat chance a reputation of negative aspects of the product in the eyes of a consumer? AT&T's network can't handle the bandwidth usage now. Isn't another bandwitdh hog device such as a netbook going to hurt the network even more?
If I was going to launch a first ever for my company, I certainly would want it on a more stable enviroment to better reflect my product.
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As a consumer that reads phone forums, I am aware of AT&T's tattered network.
I wouldn't describe AT&T's network as "tattered". Tmobile's network is tattered. AT&T's network is...overwhelmed. T...