This multimedia notebook is powered by the Intel Core i7-2630M processor and features a 64GB SSD for faster boot-up time in addition to a standard 750GB HDD for all your storage needs. It also sports a Blu-ray ROM drive for your viewing pleasure if you have a precious stash of Blu-ray movies. While the screen isn't a full HD model, its 15.6-inch real estate would offer you a lot of real estate for comfortable viewing. For a hassle-free authentication process, use its Veriface Face Recognition technology to log into your Windows account.
Lenovo IdeaPad U300s
The Ideapad U300s, is Lenovo's very own Ultrabook. This is an all aluminum machine powered by an ultra-low-voltage Intel Core i5-2467M processor (1.6GHz) that consumes much less power and allowing your battery to last longer. This little (14.9mm thick, and 1.32kg) notebook also has a fast 128GB SSD, 4GB of RAM to let it speed through all the work you need it to do. If you'd like something cheaper and bigger, you can always look at the similarly designed Ideapad U400, also available at the show.
This monstrous 17.3-inch gaming notebook sports a powerful AMD Radeon HD 6970M GPU with 2GB GDDR5 RAM. It also sports a full HD 3D screen and innovative features like its Mode Dial for quick one-touch power configuration and GPU switching, and ExpressCache technology that provides an extra 8GB of flash memory on the motherboard. Designed to look simple, yet modern, Samsung packs a rather powerful punch at a decent price point.
The 13.3-inch Samsung Series 9 is by far one of the thinnest and sexiest Windows notebooks we have seen in a long time. Its ultra-slim profile is built to be portable, and could just fly away if you weren’t paying attention, thanks to its very durable and light duralumin body. A mix of good design and premium materials combined with a Sandy Bridge Core i5 processor make it one of the more interesting notebooks around. It's expensive compared to most others of its class, but you're paying for design and build quality which it doesn't dissapoint.