The youngest of the series, M14x, comes with GDDR5 graphics which, together with NVIDIA GeForce GT 650m, providing a spectacular experience on the 14-inch screen. The gadget includes dual drive configurations, allows up to 16 GB of RAM and has Blu-ray combo drive.
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Dell is preparing two additions for XPS range of Ultrabook systems. The models of 14 and 15 inch are based on Ivy Bridge platform and use the Intel Core i722nm processors, coupled to some dedicated graphical solutions provided by Nvidia.
Dell XPS 14 is equipped with wide screen, 1600×900 pixels resolution. Intel Core i7 configuration also offers 8GB of RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GT 630m respectively with 1GB dedicated memory. The storage is provided by a hybrid hard drive with a capacity of 500 GB, SSD of 32 GB respectively to host the operating system.
Asus Zenbook UX31A and its little brother UX21A are among the first ultrabook models that switch to the new computing platform Ivy Bridge, led by ultra-efficient Intel processors made using the 22 nm manufacturing process.
Improved versions of the Zenbook UX21 and UX31 series promise autonomy and improved performance while providing a set of interesting features.
Touchscreen, thin and light design, competitive performance and enviable autonomy – these are just some of the attributes reserved to the Ultrabook systems based on Ivy Bridge, the new platform with 22nm processors from Intel.
With the ultrabook with the unique design presented at CeBit 2012, Intel wants to show us that can bring experience and versatility to a notebook in an all-in-one portable device, able to combine in one package the most valuable qualities of these products.
The beautiful copy presented by Intel is equipped with a 13-inch capacitive multi-touch screen with resolution of 1600×900 pixels. The ultrabook has glossy finish and at first sight is as thin as the screen of an ordinary ultrabook system.
Acer has launched at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas its new ultrabook Acer Aspire S5, the thinnest in the world, according to the Taiwanese company. The device with a 13.3-inch screen weighs less than 1.35 kg and comes with the Acer Green Instant On technology, which guarantees an instant starting time.
Acer Aspire S5 starts the avalanche of ultrabooks that will be launched this week in Las Vegas, during the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show. Acer Aspire A5 measures only 15 mm in its thickest point and weighs less than 1.35 kg. Moreover, Aspire S5, through the Acer Green Instant On technology, ensures a fast startup time of just 1.5 seconds.
ViewSonic today released the VNB102 ViewBook, 10″ netbook that features 1024×600 LED panel, Intel Atom N270 CPU, 160GB hard drive, 1GB RAM, 3-in-1 card reader, cell battery (up to 6 hours of computing), built-in 802.11b/g wireless connectivity and a VGA output port. It comes with Windows 7 and will be available December 18 for an MSRP of $399.
Fujitsu unveiled Multi-Touch Handheld PC – LifeBook UH900. Estimated to be the size of a long wallet, the 20.4cm x 10.65cm x 2.38cm ultra lightweight (500g) LifeBook features 5.6-inch WXGA display, 62GB SSD, Intel Atom Z530, Bluetooth support, web camera, stereo mic and 3.5G wireless connectivity. It boasts full Windows 7 compatibility including multi-touch support (but also comes bundled with a pen for more precise input). Fujitsu DVD sharing application enables wireless sharing of an external DVD from another PC. Availability and price have not been given.
ASUS launched the world’s first notebook utilizing NVIDIA 3D Vision – a 3D technology developed by NVIDIA.
Powered by an Intel Core i7 processor and 64-bit Windows 7, the G51J 3D comes with NVIDIA GeForceGTX 260M with 1GB DDR3 video memory, 15″.6 HD LED backlight 1366 x 768 display, dual SATA HDD support, DVD Super-multi / Blu-ray Combo drive and, of course, a pair of 3D Vision active-shutter glasses coupled with a wide-range infra-red emitter.
For professional designers, filmmakers, photographers and anyone who can’t live without multitasking while on the move, gScreen introduces the first dual screen laptop with two 15.4-inch identical screens and a full-size keyboard, built into one laptop unit. It features a unique sliding mechanism which allows one of the screens slides behind the other for easy transportation. Planned specs includes Intel Core 2 Duo 2.26 GHz, 4 GB RAM, 320GB 7200-rpm HD, NVIDIA GeForce 9800M GT with 512MB dedicated memory, 9-cell battery, IEEE 1394 1 Graphics Card Output, HDMI slot and PCI Express Card. It will run Windows VISTA or XP PRO. Starting from December, gScreen Spacebook will be available directly from Amazon for shipment to 29 countries. The price is rumored at $3,000.