LG and AT&T join forces on X120 netbook

LG announced today the availability of the X120 Netbook with a AT&T contract. For pricing and details, Previously only available in Europe, the LG X120 will be hitting American shores soon (no date specified) for $180 at Radio Shack and select "The Shack" stores (still haven't actually seen one of those).

LG announced today the availability of the X120 Netbook with a AT&T contract. For pricing and details,

Previously only available in Europe, the LG X120 will be hitting American shores soon (no date specified) for $180 at Radio Shack and select "The Shack" stores (still haven't actually seen one of those).

Contracts start at $60 per month for the 2-year AT&T DataConnect subscription. That includes access to AT&T's 3G network and their WiFi Hotspots nationwide (there are approx. 20,000).

The netbook is sort of reminiscent of the basic Macbook design, but obviously much simpler. The X120 has a 10.1-inch LCD screen, built-in 3G connectivity, a 1.3-megapixel camera (not the most impressive number but its something) and HD stereo speakers. It also includes a generous 160 GB of hard drive storage space and 1 GB of RAM.

For the full press release, click here. Anyone interested in picking up one of these, especially if released before the end of the holiday shopping season?