The Computex event has been knocking out the devices as of late and we’ve been trying to keep up with it all so we can bring the news to you. We have more news to bring you now, this time of Lenovo’s new Ultrabook which was announced today.
The IdeaPad U300s/3s has a slender design that takes on the style of the IdeaPad U260 and is run by a Sandy Bridge processor. The new device was spotted at the event by NotebookItalia who say that little is known about it so far specs wise.
All we know so far is that the Intel powered machine will most likely have a Core i3 processor and have a display around the size of 12.5” as it is said to be keeping with the U260 and cost less than $1000 as Intel promised.
It will feature the integrated graphics from its Sandy Bridge processor. No word on when the device will be up for sale as of yet unfortunately but in the meantime check out the full article by clicking the link above.
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