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TheUltrabook was announced at the Lenovo press conference in Berlin today.
There are two models, both 13″ with glass touchpad and a 17.4mm thick case. Entry level will be a 128Gb SSD model using a Core i5 at 1.6Ghz. I’m told that this model come in at just under €1000.
The high-end model will use the Core i7 and have a 255Gb SSD.
Both devices will be available in October.
Here’s the hands-on video…
It’s clear that an Ultrabook is more than just a ultra-low voltage CPU and a thin chassis but how tight are the specs laid down by Intel? Are there any laid down by Intel? Ultrabook is a trademark and therefore likely to be more than just an internal spec-sheet but with no guidance from Intel on what is, and what isn’t, we’ll just have to guess because this slide is pretty much all we have to go on right now.
Anandtech have made a good attempt at a definition though and you can see that here. It includes some extra information that they’ve gleened from PR, interviews and the Computex keynote.