One of the big mobile computing issues on the IfA were the ultra-Books. They correspond to the ultra-thin notebooks, but are much thinner and accommodate the modern Sandy Bridge processors from Intel.The Lenovo U300 From the ThinkPad series is presented by the devices, one of the hottest candidates.How to make everything seem right, were it not for a tiny change in the keyboard.
Lenovo U300 with an aluminum unibody enclosure
Looks like Lenovo would also come to the taste of copying and missed his Lenovo U300 a unibody aluminum case, as we otherwise know only from the Apple MacBooks. For the fans, the device not to have an excessive number of exits and cools via the keyboard. The only fan exit is on the left side, behind the USB port. On the opposite side there is the audio jack, power button, a second USB port and an HDMI output. Does not sound like much, compared to the MacBook Air but more than enough.
Lenovo U300 is driven by an Intel Core i7 processor and an SSD hard drive with 256 MB of disk space. Add 4 GB of RAM come packaged on a height of 2 centimeters. This is only 3 millimeters thicker than a MacBook Air as reasons would be the SSD hard drive possible, which is a normal notebook hard drive, not like the MBA is soldered. Unfortunately, there is no 3G module for direct Internet access, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, it must suffice.
Keyboard as vulnerability
We talk about Lenovo, we are talking about one of the best keyboards on the market that just anybody has managed in the design department, to disfigure the best selling point for non-purchase of Lenovo. How the Asus keyboard layout, is also the Lenovo ultra soft book the right shift key and the arrow keys to turn out much smaller. As a result, the finger jumps after treatment experienced times like the arrow-up arrow key and produces unwanted errors during long text entries. In quality may be inhaled, which is fine because what you would expect from a 1000 Ultra € Book.
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The 13.3-inch display has
Frightening to low. Just 1366 x 768 pixels are not much more than the standard of low-cost notebooks. 1440 x 900 pixels would have been the ideal minimum, but this can not hold against IBM particularly negative, as the competition also installed such poor resolution in its displays. The U300 is expected to be currently the best ultra-Book, and with its glass trackpad and the overall successful design, it will probably be the first winner of the race for the Book Ultra-crown.