week I got my hands on LG's brand new and recently released
X110 Netbook with embedded HSDPA which I want to test as an alternative to
the HTC Shift UMPC.
Since the LG X110 sports a massive 160 GB hard disk drive, I planned to
partition it into two drives, C: and D: which I do with most of my PCs and
Notebooks anyway. While C: holds the operating system (in this case Netbook-typical
Windows XP only) and programs, D: is used to store all my documents. The benefit
is that I don't have to take care about my documents in case I have to
re-install the operating system because D: isn't formatted or deleted but C:
only. However, since the LG X110 is a typical
doesn't features an inbuilt optical drive which makes installation of an OS a
little bit more difficult.