Yesterday we heard about Intel’s new specifications for ultra thin notebook’s which Intel calls the Ultrabook, and the first of these devices was announced by Asus, with the launch of the Asus UX21 notebook.
Now another ultrabook from a different manufacturer has appeared at this years Computex, the Lenovo IdeaPad Ultrabook U300s, which is another ultra thin notebook that uses Intel’s Sandy Bridge platform.
As yet we don’t have many details on the specifications, what we do know is it will uses Intel’s latest Sandy bridge processors and it should retail for around $1,000, as soon as we get some more information we will let you guys know.
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