Lenovo Announce Their First Ultrabook: IdeaPad U300s
Well, I have to say that it took some time (or – too little too late, as MacBook Air people will tell you) for Lenovo to jump on the bandwagon but they finally did. They just announced their first ever Ultrabook that may or may not cause some serious headaches to the people from the Apple HQ.
Of course, the Ultrabook has a 13.3 inch display which might upset some users who love to work on a device that has a bigger display but will also make happy those who always carry their laptops around. Let’s see what else Lenovo’s new toy has under the hood:
- Runs on a 2nd generation Intel® CoreTM i7 processor with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0
- It’s made from a single-piece aluminum shell
- 10 second boot (allegedly)
- 16:9 widescreen format HD
- 4GB DDR3
- 256GB of SSD storage
What I love about the new Lenovo U300s is the sleek design and the colors they support. That amazing orange color is an absolute eye-candy. This new “spectacularly slim” device also supports Advanced Cooling Technology, something that will keep your keyboard cool. Based on the reviews it has gotten already, the new Ultrabook has an outstanding battery life of nearly 30 days in standby. Yeah, I had to read that twice as well.
We mentioned the new Ultrabook from Toshiba already and from the two I prefer the Lenovo due to its sexy design and battery life capabilities. We all love our netbooks, tablets or whatever we own until we have to charge them. The more they stay charged, the more love they should get. That’s my philosophy.