Lenovo IdeaPad S300 Notebook, Ultrabook Concept

Written By admin on Saturday, November 10, 2012 | 5:41 PM

Lenovo IdeaPad S300 Notebook

Lenovo IdeaPad S300 Notebook, Ultrabook Concept - Kevin Frost, Vice President and General Manager of HP Consumer Notebooks Business Unit, has said that a laptop with a screen measuring 15 inches the most sought after in America. While in China, consumers prefer the 14-inch.

Unfortunately, Frost could not explain what the reason behind the phenomenon is. But, he said that the 17 inch laptop is also getting a good response in Europe or America. In China, the size of the display area is less desirable.

In Indonesia, it is a laptop with a screen size of 13 inches of the most widely purchased. After that the new 14-inch. Approximately 88 percent of laptop sales in Indonesia are controlled by two screen sizes.

Various brands of laptops with screen sizes 13 and 14 inches are easy to find on the market. The problem, such as a laptop with a screen size that generally has large dimensions, the body is quite thick, and weighs quite heavy.

If you want a thin, lightweight, and stick with the 13-inch screen, the options are a new type of laptop, the ultrabook. But, the price of ultrabook the idea came from Intel's exorbitant.

Lucky few computer vendors understand the needs of consumers in Indonesia. Lenovo, for example, last September, launched two new products of a family-oriented IdeaPad S300 and S400. The screen is 13 inches and 14 inches.

From the size of the screen, clear both suitable for the Indonesian market. Moreover, the selling price is adjusted to the ability of the average consumer here.

Prices are relatively affordable, according to the Distribution Manager Lenovo Indonesia, Sutanto Helmy, because the product is intended for young people. "Its position between netbook and ultrabook," he said, at a launch event, last September.

Despite having both screen size 13 inches, Lenovo S300 looks bigger than thin laptops such as the Asus Zenbook U32A, Dell XPS 13, or a Toshiba Satellite Z930. Weight is also heavier.

In the last two weeks, Tempo opportunity to try Lenovo IdeaPad S300, which reinforced an Intel Pentium 997 CPU with a speed of 1.60 GHz. Pentium addition, S300 is also available with Intel i3 and i5 third generation.

Unlike ultrabook, who was forced to sacrifice graphics performance to be able to "wake up" in a quick time and pursuing super-thin dimensions, the IdeaPad S300 chose the opposite move.

Despite the thinness of the body close to ultrabook, thinnest point reached 23 millimeters, embedded graphics card is quite frightening, the AMD Radeon HD 7450M. Graphical display becomes sharper.

For business connections, pinning Lenovo USB 3.0 and Ethernet ports. Interestingly, the Ethernet port design is quite unique. Cross section has a hinge at the bottom, so that when the RJ-45 cable included will be squeezed perfectly.

In addition, the Lenovo IdeaPad S300 is also equipped with an HDMI cable output connection. Unfortunately, because of the pursuit of a thin body, consequently there is no analog VGA port. In fact, today the port is still very necessary.

In terms of design, the S300 is very attractive. Units that stopped by the office Tempo pink. While the inside is white with a chiclet keyboard type batteries. When used for typing, feels soft.

In the specification, Lenovo IdeaPad S300 is not included ultrabook. It is a laptop that looks like ultrabook with a Pentium processor and the price is much cheaper than an ultrabook.

Even so, everything that exists in the ultrabook is also available on this laptop: performance, thin and elegant appearance. Unfortunately, the laptop is not equipped with a solid-state drive.


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