Right south of the center of the world, an Ultrabook has just been released, and you will not find the likes of HP, Samsung or Acer behind the name – rather, a relative unknown CCE Info is the one behind this second generation Ultrabook that will run off an Ivy Bridge Core i7 processor from Intel alongside a DVD writer, all crammed into a chassis that measures no more than 20mm in thickness. How is that for being slim? First teased at IDF Brazil, the CCE Info Ultrabook will also come with a 14” display at 1366 × 768 resolution, sport 4GB RAM to get most of your work done in a jiffy, carry a 500GB hard drive that ought to be enough for most general users, runs on Windows 7 Home Premium, has a couple of USB 3.0 ports, HDMI connectivity, a multi-memory card reader, and a 10 second boot time which is ideal for road warriors who want to be as productive as possible, getting more work done on the road instead of just waiting. No idea on pricing, but it should not be too stratospheric either.

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