Other features include three USB 3.0 ports, Bluetooth, and 24-bit 2-channel audio. Also, the systems include free lifetime phone support. You’ll find Intel Smart Connect in all Zeus-M ultrabooks, too. Smart Connect lets your system download email, social network updates and other data while the ultrabook’s lid is closed and the system is asleep.
CyberPower puts Windows 7 Home Premium on its Zeus-M ultrabooks and pegs the Zeus-M’s battery life at up to seven hours of use and “several days” of standby. Ultrabook prices are dropping pretty quickly these days: both of the Zeus-M laptops start at prices well under the $1,000 mark. The Zeus-M starts at $699, while the more-powerful Zeus-M2 rings in at $799.
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