Check out today’s LogicBuy daily gadget deal of the Lenovo’s latest IdeaPad U260 ultra portable notebook PC. Just 18mm thick, the laptop is powered by an Intel Core i3/i5 processor, and 4GB of memory. It also sports a 320GB hard drive and integrated Intel HD graphics with HDMI connector.
Just launched recently are a range of brand new Sony VAIO ultraportable laptops and home entertainment PCs, by no means ultra affordable, and instead we would say on the high end close to luxury, the X Series carbon fiber bodied notebook is definitely worth a look.
The highly anticipated VAIO X Series is the world’s lightest notebook at just 655g, and measures 13.9mm thin making it breathtakingly slim. With an 11.1” X-black widescreen LCD and up to 16 hours of battery life, it is the perfectly balanced package for style-aware business travellers.
The all-in-one VAIO L Series with a high resolution 24” LCD touchscreen (never yet been seen on VAIO PCs) puts HD entertainment at your fingertips. The premium home entertainment PC has a chic, space-saving all-in-one design with intuitive fingertip control that allows you to enjoy your media collection with VAIO’s Media Gallery software.
At the IFA 2009, Sony has unveiled their latest addition to the VAIO family. The VAIOX is a half-inch thin ultraportable laptop with an 11.1-inch screen, despite the lack of official full specs at the moment Sony has said that the VAIO X is set to further push the battery life limit amongst laptops.
With this in mind, the VAIO X is likely to pack an Atom processor but the price of this new lappie along with its well equipped luxurious body kit, it won’t surprise us too much should the pricetag be abit on the heavy side.