If you prefer a slightly smaller form-factor, the Lenovo U300 is very similar to the U400, except that it uses a 13” display (same resolution), weighs only 3.5lbs (wow!) but has a slightly shorter estimated battery life (6hrs).
The Lenovo U300 and U400 computers look great, and we’re anxious to see if the details are as good as the overall picture. And I left the most interesting part for the end: the pricing starts at $799 (U300) and $849 (U400). So, what do you think?
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