A couple of weeks after images of the Amilo Mini netbook first appeared on YouTube; Fujitsu Siemens officially launched the device at the IFA electronics show. Like other netbooks, the Amilo Mini is small and light. It has a 9-inch screen, runs the 1.6GHz version of Intel's Atom processor and will be available in several configurations with harddisk drive storage space from 30GB to 80GB. The model on show at IFA had 1GB of memory and was running Windows XP Home.
LG also showcased its X110 netbook that includes a HSPA cellular modem compatible with most 3G networks. The Xl10 is based around the same 1.6GHz Atom processor that many of its competing devices also use and has a 10-inch WSVGA resolution (1,024 pixels by 600 pixels) screen that, if it wasn't for the 3G, would place it very close to competing netbook PCs. In addition to 3G, the machine also supports 802.11b/gwireless LAN and has a wired Ethernet connector. The X110 will be available in two models: 80GB or 120GB hard-disk drive space.