Hasee Releases Affordable X300V Ultrabook
A 14 inch-ultrabook was being shown by Hasee, a Chinese device maker, at the CeBIT just recently. The ultrabook is named as the Hasee X300V. This device, even if thin, is appearing to be as relatively cheaper but reasonably powerful.
The HAsee X300V is possessed with the basics of an ultrabook. As an inclusion, it has a case that is less than 0.8 inches thick, a solid state disk and hard drive, and an Intel Ivy Bridge processor.
As an addition, the device has a plastic case and an underwhelming 1366 x 768 pixel display, 1 USB 3.0 port, 2 USB 2.0 ports, VGA and HDMI ports, SD card reader, and an Ethernet jack. It is also cheaper; Hasee is looking to sell the X300V to distributors for around $300 – that is, when you order at least 1000 units – which could give it a street price of around $500 or less.
But as they say it would, having this device in Europe and US, you have to expect a name other than what is given now. They say it might be given a different name so you have to watch out for its name if you eye to keep one.