Technology.am (May 26, 2009) — Lenovo on Monday plans to introduce a laptop that will be as light as netbooks but include larger screens and can deliver full PC functionality without compromising features.
The IdeaPad U350 is the first in Lenovo’s new line of inexpensive ultraportable laptops, which will include Intel low-power processors.
The price of U350 starts at US$649; it has 13.3-inch screen and it weighs about 3.5 pounds. It comes with a four-cell battery that can run for around four hours.
The laptop is powered by Intel’s single-core Intel Pentium SU2700 processor, which runs at 1.3GHz and includes 2MB of cache.
The U350 comes with 2GB of RAM and can support up to a 500GB hard drive. The Intel chips carry the CULV moniker, which stands for consumer ultra-low voltage chips.
The U350 will start shipping by the end of June. It will be available worldwide.