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LG LS50e

Just like the above-described notebook from HP, the LG LS50e is the result of making a more expensive model cheaper by cutting down all the “extras”, but LG took an older model as the basis and cut somewhat deeper. Having none of the HP nx6110’s office features, the appearance of the LS50e is strictly neutral:

This notebook will look in its place both at home and in office.

And like the HP, the LG LS50e has all of its connectors placed properly. The front panel, for example, carries nothing except for a couple of LED indicators of power:

The rear panel accommodates the battery and a power adapter connector next to which LAN and modem ports are located:

The S-Video output, available on the senior notebook models, is blocked here:

To the right of it is the hole of the Kensington lock.

 
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