Newegg.com has a combo deal for Lenovo IdeaPad U510 59347424 15.6" Ultrabook (Core i5 3317U 1.7GHz, 15.6" 1366x768 LED, 6GB DDR3, 750GB HDD + 24GB SSD, Intel HD 4000, WiFi N, Windows 8) and 2 TB WD My Passport WDBY8L0020BBK-NESN Portable hard drive for $579.98. Free 2-day shipping via ShopRunner and no tax makes it much more sweeter for most of us!
The best SD for the Ideapad alone costed around $475 + tax from Staples (see URLs below).
Does anyone else find it odd that they are putting mini VGA ports on these and not mini DisplayPort? What's the point of mini VGA? It isn't usable with a normal VGA display using a standard VGA cable, so why not just go for mini DisplayPort? That can be adapter to VGA with an adapter that costs pretty much the same, but can also be adapter to DVI, HDMI, or connect to a DisplayPort monitor to drive 2560x1600 resolution monitors. It is royalty-free. I don't see why they choose mini VGA over it.
Crappy 1366x768 resolution and 4.85 pounds is NOT an ultrabook, it's a doorstop.
Obviously, you do not know what an ultrabook is. Ultrabook is an intel specification for how thin, efficient, and powerful an intel laptop is for its given size screen. Resolution does not factor into this specification.
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