Chinese device maker Hasee is showing off a 14 inch ultrbaook at CeBIT this week. It’s called the Hasee X300V and it appears to be positioned as a relatively inexpensive but reasonably powerful (and thin) laptop.
Mobile Geeks got a chance to check out the laptop. It’s got our basic ultrabook specs, including a case that’s less than 0.8 inches thick, a solid state disk and hard drive, and an Intel Ivy Bridge processor.
But the notebook has a plastic case and an underwhelming 14 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel display. The good news is that the notebook is likely to be pretty cheap – Hasee is looking to sell the X300V to distributors for around $300 (when you order 1000 units), which could give it a street price of around $500 or less.
It just probably won’t be called the Hasee X300V if and when you see it in the US and Europe.
The notebook features 1 USB 3.0 port, 2 USB 2.0 ports, VGA and HDMI ports, SD card reader, and an Ethernet jack.