Lengda isn't a name we're particularly familiar with here at SlashGear, but the company themselves would like to change all that. They've brought along two slick ultraportables to Computex, the 11.1-inch Lengda M11A notebook, a thin-and-light CULV machine, and the Lengda X10K netbook, a 10-inch model clad in stainless-steel.
Video demos of both machines after the cut
The M11A manages to squeeze its unspecified CULV processor into a 1.3kg frame, complete with a 4-cell Li-Polymer battery. Lengda claim that by stepping up to Li-Poly they're able to deliver the same runtime as a 6-cell Li-Ion pack. Ports are the general mix of three USB 2.0, VGA output and memory card reader, but there's also an integrated TV tuner.
As for the X10K, that will come in stainless steel and aluminum versions; the former weighs 1.37kg, while the latter will be much lighter. As well as the usual connectivity there's also a pull-out antenna either for the mobile TV or integrated 3G. As with the M11A, we're unsure about what processor lurks inside the shiny casing.
No word on availability or pricing for either machine.
Lengda M11A CULV notebook:
Lengda X10K stainless-steel netbook: