While other manufacturers have focused on the tablets and phones at the IFA this year, Lenovo has also chosen to present their IdeaPad U300 - an early example of the concept Ultrabook Intel, we have seen.

And with the promise of a serious computing power in a slim chassis thickness 14.9 mm, this latest addition to the ThinkPad series is a bona fide anesthetic.

Lenovo IdeaPad U300s deliver to choose core 1.6 GHz and 1.8 GHz i5-2457M-2677M Core i7.
Memory capacity of this laptop is limited to 4 GB of data storage and will be a primary SSD with a maximum capacity of 256 GB. Lenovo has spent a large amount of storage capacity of modern hard drives to SSDs, apparently to reduce weight, thickness and heat

Lenovo has done a great job of giving U300s elegant, clear look, but there is still sufficient connectivity, where it is needed. 3 is a USB port next to the HDMI output, and 2 USB ports on the opposite side.

The laptop has a 13.3-inch screen with a resolution of 1366x768 pixels and an integrated 1.3 MP webcam.

The chassis seamless course means that Lenovo had to choose a non-replaceable battery, but the demand for eight hours of talk time MobileMark 2007 productivity test gives us hope. As Lenovo Fast Charge excellent - which allows the battery with a capacity of 50% in just 30 minutes - it seems very promising indeed U300.


  1. A look at this notebook is enough to conclude how Lenovo spends a large amount of storage capacity of modern hard drives to SSDs. It looks impressive but I'd like to know more details on the battery.


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