Sunday, 13 September 2009

Lenovo IdeaPad U450p Notebook PC Intel ULV Processor, 14-in LCD Display, 6-Cell Battery

After months of teasing foreplay on their website, Lenovo has finally
announced the release of their latest IdeaPad ultra-portable laptop, the
Lenovo U450p. And while netbooks may have stolen the show for small and
light devices you can't count out thin notebooks running on Intel's
Consumer Ultra Low Voltage platform.

Lenovo continues to jump into this market and their latest IdeaPad
notebook is now available for pre-order. The U450p model is available
with either the SU2700 (1.3GHz, 800MHz FSB) or SU3500 (1.4GHz, 800MHz
FSB) CPU paired with the Intel Integrated Graphics X4500. This notebook
appears to fit between a small, low powered netbook and a heavy but
full-featured notebook, and weighs in at 4.62 pounds. It offers a 1366 x
768 resolution on the 14? display.

3GB of RAM is standard on the unit, but the U450p can handle up to 8GB
of total memory. The 5400 RPM hard drive is also available in a range of
capacities from 250GB to 500GB. The U450p also includes an integrated
optical drive. Lenovo says the 6-cell battery should last for six hours
and along with three USB ports, a memory card reader, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth,
VGA out and Gigabit Ethernet, the new Lonovo IdeaPad U450p is a worth
product offering.

You can pre-order your own U450p (starting at $799) at www.lenovo.com.
According to the Lenovo website, you should expect at least a 4-week
leadtime.

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