Lenovo has introduced the IdeaPad U300s a few months ago to compete with Apple Macbook Air, but the steep price and missing SD card slot does not get any favours. While Lenovo isn’t ready for a complete do-over just yet, the company is trying to fill some gaps in its ultrabooks lineup. The new 13-inch IdeaPad U310 and the 14-inch U410 will have similar all-aluminum book-cover styling and thin bodies design, but start at a relatively inexpensive price of US$699 …
The IdeaPad U310 is 0.7-inches thick and 3.74-pounds (1.68kg), with Intel Core processors paired with GMA 3000 HD graphics powering its HD 16:9 aspect display. The IdeaPad U410 is 0.83-inches thick and 4.18-pounds (1.88kg), with processors from the same Intel range but paired with NVIDIA GeForce 610M 1GB graphics. The two new IdeaPads have up to 64GB of SSD storage and/or up to 500GB of HDD storage, 4GB RAM, each supports Intel WiDi for wireless display streaming, USB 3.0, and of course, no missing of SD card slot. They’ll come in a choice of 6 colors, battery life claims to have eight hours run. The pair of new ultrabooks will go on sale in May.
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