Unitcom launches new Lesance NB ultrabook

POSTED BY David Allen IN Laptops ON 28 Aug 2012

The retail market for the ultrabook seems to get larger every day and with brands such as Unitcom entering this new and exciting market the prices will begin to fall too! This new Lesance NB S3441 / L ticks all of the requirements to qualify as a ultrabook, offering a fourteen inch screen, fast start up, thin at just 19 mm, light at 1.67 kilos and powered by the latest Intel Core processors. It sounds too good to be true, so let us have look underneath that smart looking exterior!

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The Lesance NB ultrabook comes with a 14 inch screen with LCD HD non-glossy colour support with a 1366 × 768 of pixel resolutions and a handy built in 1.3 million pixel web camera. It will be running on the Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 operating system, powered by an Intel Core i5 3317U with a 1.7 GHz to 2.6 GHz clock speed and 2 core / HT Intel cache 3MB (4 threads total), it supports the Intel HM76 Express Chipset and graphics come from the Intel HD Graphics 4000 card. There is up to 4 GB of DDR3-1333 memory available, 500 GB hard disk drive (HDD) for boot drive and a 64 GB solid state drive (SSD) too.

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For networking, there is the IEEE 802.11 b/g/n wireless LAN and the 1000 BASE-T wired LAM Ethernet connection available. While connectivity offers a single super fast USB 3.0 port, two standard style USB 2.0 ports, an audio port, Gigabit LAN and the D-Sub. The Lesance NB measures up at 333 mm (W) × 230 mm (D) × 19 mm (H) and weighs in at just 1.67 kilos and that is with the lithium-ion battery installed that Unitcom claim is good for over five hours of power.

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Unitcom has priced the Lesance NB S3441 / L at an affordable $763, but that is for the base model, there are several versions available and of course, there are optional extras too all of which take the price tag upwards.

Source [Tech Fresh]

 

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