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Novatech pushes affordable Ultrabook

Yours for 430 quid

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UK system builder Novatech has hopped on the Ultrabook bandwagon with a new range of 14in skinny notebooks dubbed the nFinity series.

Novatech nFinity range

The line-up starts with a second-gen Intel Core i3 chip, 2GB of Ram and a 64GB SSD drive. That'll set you back a mere £430.

For more va-va-voom, there's the Core i5 and i7 models, which come with double the SSD storage and 4GB of Ram. These are priced at £580 and £700, respectively.

Novatech nFinity 2367

While none come with any USB 3.0 ports, but there are three USB 2.0 connectors. The machines' battery life is rates at seven hours, and the company says they'll boot up into Windows 7 just 15 seconds.

They have 1366 X 768 displays, 802.11g Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, VGA and HDMI output and an SD card slot. No Ethernet or optical drive, though.

Novatech nFinity range

The Novatech nFinity range hits shelves on 10 April 2012. ®

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