Among the interesting ultrabooks waiting for an imminent launch in the US market, Lenovo’s IdeaPad U310 and U410 are the most anticipated ones.
However, before the veil on these devices gets lifted in an official ceremony, we have got a peek on the details from – yes, you guessed it right – Federal Communications Commission.
The rigs have reached the regulator for approval for market release. Both of them are powered by Intel Ivy Bridge chips and are scheduled for a May launch with a price more than $799.
Offering extra portability, like many its rivals in the market, U310 IdeaPad comes with just 3.7 pounds of weight and a 13.1″ x 8.9″ x 0.7″ body.
It packs a 13.3 inch display and 4 GB of RAM for better performance. It also offers a 2.5 inch 7 mm drive bay for a hard drive or SSD.
To keep it connectable, it has 2 USB 3.0 ports and one USB 2.0 port. Making the power life perfect on the go, the U310 packs a three cell, 46Whr battery.
Its sibling, the U410, which we spotted at the FCC, packs a 14 inch display, and double the RAM than the U310. It gives two options for users between a 2.5 inch, 9.5 mm drive and a 2.5 inch, 7 mm drive.
The device packs 2 USB 3.0 ports and 2 USB 2.0 ports. It has longer battery life with a 4 cell 59 Whr battery. However, it weighs 4 pounds in its full armoury.