Intel may have launched its Ultrabook platform with a demo of ASUS' UX21, but that's not the only Ultrabook at Computex this week. Lenovo has brought along the IdeaPad U300s/U3s, NotebookItalia spotted, a slender Sandy Bridge ultraportable channeling the style of the IdeaPad U260.
Hardware specifications are unknown at the moment, as is release date and pricing, though of course Intel has said that Ultrabooks will come in at under the $1,000 mark. We're guessing a roughly 12.5-inch display, in keeping with the U260, and probably a Core i3 processor.
Beyond that there'll be the usual Sandy Bridge integrated graphics, wireless options and, given Lenovo's track record, probably a few integrated WWAN options too. No sign of the U300s on the company's site yet, but we'll update when we know more.