Trust the Japanese based computer maker Dospara to come out with a new machine that is going to turn the ultrabook market upside down! This is the Note Erdes Book ST1, it has all of the qualities required to be called an ultrabook, such as being powered by Intel Core processors, a solid state drive and touch screen display that is ideal for the Windows 8 operating system. but there is more to the Note Erdes Book ST1, not only is this a slim and light machine it’s a convertible ultrabook, so the buyer is going to be getting the best of both worlds with this machine, the practicalities of a laptop and the convenience of a tablet all rolled up into one cool looking machine.
Therefore, we now know that this is going to be a machine with a dual use, but what about the actual features such as the 11.6 inch screen with a glossy full HD LCD 10-point multi-touch enabled display offering a 1920 x 1080 of pixel resolutions. As mentioned earlier it is going to be running on the latest Windows 8 OS and powered by the Intel Core i5-3337U processor with a 1.80 GHz up 2.70 GHz with turbo boost and a 3 MB cache. There is support from the Intel HM77 Express chipset and the video is powered by the Intel HD Graphics 4000 video card with CPU built-in.
With a memory offering 4 GB of PC3-12800 DR3 SO-DIMM up to 8 GB if required and there is a nice sized 128 GB solid state drive (SSD) for storage purposes. Communications are provided by the 10 BASE-T, 100 BASE-TX, 1000 BASE-T Wired LAN and the IEEE 802.11 b / g / n Wireless LAN. Other features include the built in HD web camera, onboard HD sound system, mini HDMI, two fast connecting USB 3.0 ports, headphone output and multi card reader. As for size, it measures up at 302.6 mm (W) x 196.1 mm (D) x 19.2 mm (H) and weighs in at 1.16 kilos with the Lithium-ion battery built that Dospara claim will offer about eight hours or power.
The Note Erdes Book ST1 is available right now with a starting price of around $1,400.
Source [Tech Fresh]