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Lenovo IdeaPad U300e ultrabook revealed and detailed

Lenovo IdeaPad U300e ultrabook revealed and detailed

There's a brand new ultrabook this week as Lenovo steps up to the plate once more with its IdeaPad U300e. This laptop has a 13.3-inch display, comes with an Intel Core i5 processor in its most basic build, and has a lovely $959 price tag attached to it. This device's display has a 1366 x 768 pixel resolution and the unit is also able to connect with HDMI output, Wifi for web, and Bluetooth. Inside you'll find a 500GB hard drive and a 32GB solid state disk for a total of 532GB of disk space!

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Lenovo IdeaPad U300S Hands-On [Video]

Lenovo IdeaPad U300S Hands-On [Video]

What we're getting a look at with a full hands-on demo here at IFA 2011 this week, amongst other fantastical devices from all walks of life of course, is the IdeaPad U300S, a Lenovo Ultrabook, being both ultra-small and ultra-powerful with aesthetically beautiful chassis all around. On the right side of the device you'll find a headphone jack, USB jack, full-sized HDMI port, and power port. On the left side you'll see one more USB port and a grille through which Intel Advanced Cooling Technology will be blowing a lot of your hot air. This system works with the side opening there, a long grille along the rear hinge, and through the keyboard itself to help avoid the "hot lap" syndrome normally associated with laptops of such awesome power as this.

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Lenovo U300s Ultraportable Laptop Revealed

Lenovo U300s Ultraportable Laptop Revealed

This week the folks at Lenovo are revealing a handful of devices for those that love their computers to fly away at a gust of wind - first of all there's the "spectacularly slim" U300s Ultrabook, a luxury accessory as Lenovo puts it, powered by 2nd generation Intel® CoreTM i7 processor with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 and rolling in at just 0.6 inches (14.9mm) thick. Will this be the first laptop on the market to trump the fruit-flavored gust, aka the MacBook Air? We shall see.

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IdeaPad U300 and U400 Ultraportable Laptops Revealed

IdeaPad U300 and U400 Ultraportable Laptops Revealed

Lenovo has announced a pair of new ultraportable computers with the debut of the U300 and U400 laptops at IFA 2011. The U300s Ultrabook is the Intel platform Ultrabook that has been in the news so much lately, and it is a more fully optioned machine than the normal U300. The U300s has a Core i7 processor inside that uses Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0. It has tech inside to start up in about ten seconds thanks to the RapidDrive SSD tech. the U300s has a 13.3-inch screen with 4GB of RAM, and up to 256GB of SSD storage.

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MSI U120, U110 & U115 confirmed for January, plus 13-inch ultraportable U300

MSI U120, U110 & U115 confirmed for January, plus 13-inch ultraportable U300

MSI are preparing a touchscreen version of their Wind netbook, testing the waters at CES 2009 in January.  The new device - which will go head to head with ASUS' planned touchscreen ultraportables - will be one of a range of new models the company plans for the new year, including the January arrival of the U120, U110 and U115.  All three will co-exist with the current Wind U100, and be joined by a 13-inch notebook the company believes will "really surprise" would-be buyers.

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Insider Talk: Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga

Insider Talk: Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga

Ultrabooks are all the rage at CES 2012, but Lenovo's just unveiled a new model with an eye-popping twist. The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga takes the slim frame of the other IdeaPad U-series ultrabooks and adds Windows 8, ten-finger multi-touch and a unique double-hinged design to make a convertible tablet with a full keyboard. It's one of the most unique designs we've seen at the show, so we asked Lenovo to the stage of the Showstoppers event to show it off.

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Intel pushing SSD as hard-drive shortage hits revenues

Intel pushing SSD as hard-drive shortage hits revenues

Intel is hoping to leverage the hard-drive shortage to drive its SSD business, in the attempt to offset its slashed Q4 revenue estimates after lower than expected processor sales. The chip company warned yesterday that the Thai flooding - and an ensuing reduction in new computers being built - could knock $1bn off its next set of financial results; however, Intel CFO Stacy Smith also reckons there's an opportunity there to push another aspect of the company's business, the NYTimes reports. Intel will "be using this as an opportunity" Smith confirmed.

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