Novatech launches updated 14-inch ultrabooks

The British computer company Novatech has added four new ultrabook models to its product list. The novelties belong to the nFinity Series, sport 14-inch displays and come with Intel Sandy Bridge processors.

Being true ultrabooks, the new products boast humble dimensions. Measuring 333 x 229.5 x 18 mm the ultrabooks weigh 1.65 kilograms despite the 14-inch display that works at 1366 x 768 pixel resolution.

Novatech 14-inch nFinity Ultrabook

On the inside the new nFinity ultrabooks come with Intel Core i3-2367M, Intel Core i5-2467M or Intel Core i7-2637M processors depending on choice, an Intel HM65 Express chipset, integrated Intel graphics in the CPU core, 2 GB or 4 GB DDR3 memory, 64 GB or 128 GB SSD, a built-in 1.3 MP web camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, one HDMI and three USB 2.0 ports and a battery that can power the ultrabook for 7 hours at most.

In the UK pricing starts at 430 British pounds and up.


Source: Kaldata.com

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