In IDF 2012 there was no time to show an interesting laptop from Intel classified as a Ultrabook presented under the name “Letexo” and equipped with Ivy Bridge processor, that contrary to what we’re used to seeing ran as the first of its kind in that it combined functions of tablet and laptop. With greater freedom we have begun to see the first details on its specifications and price and that makes us think it could become the new and most expensive among all Ultrabooks.
First of all, Letexo has been renamed to Cove Point, is said to continue to use a Ivy Bridge processor, has a screen of 12.5 “, provides two USB 3.0 ports and has an HDMI video output.
At the moment it is unknown when or what will be the first OEM to adopt the design of Cove Point. But judging by the price of USD $1000 and considering that the goal of Intel’s second generation of Ultrabooks is to reach a price range of $699 for the other models, it does not rule out the possibility that this hybrid model happens to become its new high-end model.
Sorry for those who bought a Ultrabook Gen1 because personally I am more attracted to spend $1000 for a hybrid model.
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