The system also features a pair of USB 2.0 ports, a 14-inch screen, two 1.5W JBL speakers, 3.5 hours of battery life, and a frame that measures 13.6 inches (L) x 9.4 inches (W) x 1.3 inches (H). Not too shabby for a $1,000 system, though the slow spinning hard drive is nothing to write home about. If it were us, we'd wait until the next round of Ultrabook models show up before committing to purchase and Ivy Bridge system.
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