This article gets you up to speed on what’s inside a Lenovo U300s. It’s a follow-up article to the Ultrabook Knowledge Base, where you can compare all currently available or soon-to-be-available Ultrabooks. This piece discusses Lenovo U300s in particular, for all the models covered on isthin.com, please follow the link above.
4GB DDR3 1333MHz (1 slot available, max 1x4GB module supported.)
128GB SSD in base model (10802AU), 256GB SSD in premium (108029U)
4-Cell, 8 hours.
from 2.91 lbs (1,320g)
Ports and Connectivity
Audio jack (audio out, mic input combo), 802.11 b/g/n/ wireless, no ethernet, 1x USB 2.0, 1x USB 3.0, no memory card reader, HDMI, Bluetooth 3.0, PCI-express mini card slot (supports 1030N Intel card).
“it’s obvious that Lenovo put its ThinkPad know-how to good use here [...] as you’d expect from a Lenovo keyboard, it’s sturdy, well-spaced and cushy enough that you needn’t worry about whether you’re pressing the buttons hard enough.” Engadget
“The keyboard itself has a very nice feel for having such a short stroke (a common problem with ultrathin laptops).” Pcworld.com
13.3″ 1366×768 (glossy)
Debuted in Sept. 2011 on IFA, internationally available.
Entry Point Price
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