Velocity launch new range of ultrabooks

POSTED BY David Allen IN Laptops ON 3 Jan 2013

Here is an interesting range of ultrabooks from the US based computer maker Velocity, they call this range the NoteMagix and it consists of the U430, U450 and the U470! They are all basically the same in style and design; it is just the processor and storage features that change with each model. As normal it is better to feature the base model, which is the U430, this model comes with the Intel Core i3 processor, 500 GB HDD and a 24 GB SSD, the range starts at around $800 and rises up to $1100 for the top of the range U470 model.

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Taking a closer look at the NoteMagix U430 it offers the user a nice sized 14 inch screen offering a WXGA Anti-Glare display with a 1366 x 768 of pixel resolutions. It will be running on the Windows 7 Home Premium operating system and is powered by the capable Intel Core i3-3217U Processor. There is support from the Panther Point (HM77) Chipset and the video graphics are provided by the integrated Intel HD 4000 Graphics card. With 4 GB of DDR3 RAM internal memory, with a useful 500 GB 5400 rpm hard disk drive (HDD) and 24 GB solid state drive (SSD) for storage purposes.

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Other features include the DVD±RW Optical Drive, built in 1.3 mega pixel web camera, Bluetooth, an Ethernet port, two super fast connecting USB 3.0 ports, a full size HDMI out, headphone jack and the always useful multi card reader. Yet despite all of those features, the NoteMagix U430 is only 21 mm thick and weighs in at just four pounds with the built in battery that Velocity say will be good for around six hours of power.

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Velocity have priced the NoteMagix accordingly;

The NoteMagix U430 with Intel Core i3 processor, 500 GB HDD and a 24 GB SSD for $800

The NoteMagix U450 with Intel Core i5 processor and a 120 GB SSD for $900

The NoteMagix U470 with Intel Core i7 processor and a 240 GB SSD for $1100

Source [Slash Gear]


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