1Lenovo U410 Ultrabook
Lenovo’s U410 Ultrabook measures 0.83-inches thin, weighs 4.18 pounds, can pair up to a third-generation Intel Core i7 processor with 1 terabyte of storage and Nvidia GeForce graphics, and get up to nine hours of battery life. When it arrives in the United States later in June, pricing will start at $799.
2Lenovo U300 Series Ultrabook
3Fujitsu Lifebook U772 Ultrabook
Fujitsu’s 14-inch U772 features a frameless WXGA HD Crystal View display, a 0.69-inch profile, a weight of 3.15 pounds, seven hours of battery life and up to an Intel Core i7 with Intel Turbo Boost Technology. Built-in 3G from AT&T, Verizon or Sprint will be offered in the fall. Pricing starts at $1,149. A 13.3-inch version starts at $999.
4Fujitsu Lifebook NH532
5Fujitsu Esprimo Q910 Desktop
Fujitsu also introduced a global lineup of Esprimo PCs—an E710 desktop, a P710 microtower and a Q910mini PC—all running Ivy Bridge processors. The Q910 is said to be “highly energy-efficient” and to offer “seamless network integration,” thanks to Advanced Intel Desktop Manageability via Intel Pro. Pricing starts at $999.
6Toshiba Portege Z930
7Toshiba Portege Z930
8Toshiba Portege R930 Ultraportable
9Toshiba Portege R930 Ultraportable
10Dell Inspiron 14z
11Dell Inspiron Family
12Dell Inspiron Family Switch Lids
A number of the new Inspirons, for kitchens, living rooms and dorm rooms, can be fitted with Switch lids—interchangeable lids for a new look or fun pop of color. Several of the lids can be purchased on the Dell site with an instant savings that lowers the price to $20.