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This is probably my favorite ultrabook amongst the first generation of such devices, offering classic looks, excellent build quality, a proper keyboard and trackpad and solid everyday performances. Unfortunately these also came with a proper price tag, as the U300S is one of the most expensive entries in its class. This is probably my favorite ultrabook amongst the first generation of such devices, offering classic looks, excellent build quality, a proper keyboard and trackpad and solid everyday performances. Unfortunately these also came with a proper price tag, as the U300S is one of the most expensive entries in its class. Andrei Girbea 4 5 https://www.ultrabookreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/u300s.jpg Andrei Girbea 4 5

Lenovo IdeaPad U300s review – a top ultra-portable for business

2 Comments

  1. Drew Dowdell

    September 2, 2012 at 11:38 pm

    Here’s the solution to your “almost deal breaker”. I have an 8GB version of this and it works great. After I found these, I stopped caring about if the laptop had a card reader or not. Mine does, but I never use it because the USB side of these SDs feels faster.

    SanDisk 4GB SD Plus Card

    • Mike

      September 3, 2012 at 2:09 pm

      Yeah, that’s an option, but I’m not replacing my fast SDs with those. A laptop should have an SD card reader that’s a given, and Lenovo admitted that as well, as all their new ultrabooks have one

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