LG has announced the launch of a new 3G netbook, the LG-X120 with a 10-inch backlit display.

Claiming that "easy connectivity" is the LG-X120's strongest asset the netbook offers 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi as well as HSPA connectivity.

Offering an Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz processor the X120 has a 160GB hard drive, 1GB RAM and runs Windows XP.

There's "Smart-On" functionality for a simple Smart-On screen to load in 5 seconds that offers access to the most frequently used applications.

The X120 also gets "Smart-Link" tech that means the netbook can connect to "regular" computers to share files or install new applications, as well as accessing data even from the computer’s CD or DVD drive.

Weighing in at 1.2kg, the X120 claims 3.5 hours for the 3-cell battery and 7 hours for the 6-cell battery.

Other specs include a 1.3-megapixel webcam, SRS WOW HD and TruSurround XT and a four in one memory card reader.

With a "soft textured" matt white finish the X120 offers either lime or pink detailing.

The LG-X120 will be available in March in Europe, no pricing revealed.