Ahead of CES 2013 next week running from Jan 8th-11th, Velocity Micro has launched three new NoteMagix Ultrabooks to its range of notebooks starting at $800.
All three NoteMagix Ultrabooks are equipped with batteries providing 6+ hours of usage and include Intel technologies such as Rapid Start and Anti-Theft.
The Velocity Micro NoteMagix U430 is powered by a Core i3-3217U processor, and equipped with both a 500GB hard drive and 24GB solid state disk (SSD). The U450 comes with a Core i5-3317U CPU and a 120GB SSD for $900, and for $200 more than the U450, the NoteMagix U470 packs a Core i7-3517U chip and 240GB SSD.
“Designed in our Richmond, VA headquarters, the NoteMagix Ultrabooks expertly combine an ultra-thin chassis and powerful components with the craftsmanship and premium support that have made us famous. If you’ve been searching for an astonishing mobile device for home, office, or travel, this is it. The NoteMagix Ultrabook is available in several different configurations to let you choose the level of power you need!”
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