At a mere 1.33kg, the 13.3-inch Lifebook SH771 offers an USB Anytime Charging plus feature and a USB 3.0 port that allow you to charge your devices while the notebook is off, DTS Boost to deliver sound clarity, fingerprint sensor, and lasts up to 14 hours. This slim portable business-class notebook is made in Japan and comes with a built-in optical drive that can be effortlessly removed to further reduce its weight during travel. Best of all, unlike some notebooks that skimp on the design of the most usable areas such as the keyboard and palm rest areas, the Lifebook SH771 is designed to give you satisfaction upon usage. Try it out and you'll know what we mean.
Made for everyday computing, the mainstream LH531 notebook is the choice for first time PC buyers and students. It is available in Shiny Black, Garnet Red and Cherry Pink colors to support this group of users. It features a mainstream Intel Core i5-2410M processor with NVIDIA Optimus technology to toggle between the processor's on-board GPU and its discrete graphics card for power saving features.
HP Folio 13
Thankfully, the world's biggest PC manufacturer has decided to keep it's PC business, and managed to conjure up an Ultrabook just in time for Sitex 2011. Introducing the HP Folio 13, that isn't the smallest (1.5kg, 18mm thick) Ultrabook we've seen, but surely the toughest yet. It comes with an Intel Core i5-2467M (1.6GHz) Processor, which is low powered, but saves lots of battery. And if that's not enough, HP says the extra weight (Ultrabooks usually weigh about 1.3kg) comes from the extra battery (6-cell, 59WHr) they put in. The Folio 13 also comes with the "Ultrabook standard" 128GB SSD, and 4GB of RAM.
HP Pavilion dv6-6171TX
The very sexy HP Pavilion DV6 has just received an upgrade in the form of a new, faster Core i7-2670QM processor. With looks inspired by the Envy line, the dv6 sports a dark metallic finish with aluminum accents that can rival the looks of any notebook out there. Add to that is a decent ATI Radeon HD 6770M graphics module, quad speakers with Beats audio, a Blu-ray player and you've got all the ingredients for a multimedia powerhouse with class to boast. Other frills include USB 3.0 ports, and a fingerprint scanner. Once you factor in that the show price also include a Microsoft Office suite, this is quite big deal sweetener for most people.