There’s another sub-$700 Ultrabook in the US market today – the CyberlinkPC Zeuss, and it’s powered by a Core i5 Ivy Bridge CPU and comes with 8GB of RAM.
In a press release (found here) CyberpowerPC highlights some interesting specs on the base ‘M’ model…
The CyberpowerPC Zeus-M has the ideal blend of performance, portability and smart capabilities to get any user through the day. The Zeus-M is powered by a visibly smart Intel Core i5-3317U Ivy Bridge Dual Core Processor; energy-efficient HM77 chipset; 60GB SSD; and includes 8GB of system memory for ultra-fast response.
The M2 model, for $100 more, includes a 120GB SSD rather than the rather limited (although interesting for Linux users) 60GB. There’s also 16GB of RAM on the M2.
Both models have Smart Connect and Wi-Di, USB3.0 and as on all Ivy Bridge Ultrabooks, Intel’s Anti-Theft and Identity Protection Technology. The battery is removable. Shipping is expected in the first week of September for order put in today.
You can find the two Zeus-M models on the CyberPowerPC website here.