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.
I'm waiting to see the Ivy Bridge Ultrabooks as well, otherwise this sounds good for $1000. A price drop on the Sandy Bridge Ultrabooks should be coming so if OEM's decide to release the new Ultrabooks and drop prices on the old ones around the same time then I would pick up the Zenbook UX31. Unless of course I can get a sweet new ivy bridge ultrabook for under the $1000 price point!! Like that will ever happen :(
Very nice and a great price for being the newest tech. One more year before I get a new laptop from work :P
That kind of price for that kind of technology is reasonable. Levono has done it again!
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«Newest tech» ? Disappointing that Lenovo decided to release this machine with USB 2.0 rather than, e g, USB 3.0 ports. Ivy-Bridge fans would seem best advised to wait a little longer for a system which offers better integration of the most modern technical advances....
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