Lenovo IdeaPad U260 specs

Ardjuna Seghers

By Ardjuna Seghers


Key Features

  • Slim (less than 1in thick) and light (1.36kg)
  • 12.5in 1366 x 768 screen
  • Core i3-380UM, 4GB RAM
  • 128GB SSD, USB 2.0
  • Soft-touch outer finish and palm-rests
  • Manufacturer: Lenovo
  • Review Price: £788.97
Quick Glance
Display 12.5
Processor Intel Core i5
Processor Speed Standard 1.33 GHz
Memory (RAM) 4 GB
Hard Disk Drive (HDD) 320 GB
Type Other Laptop
Processor, Memory & Storage
Processor Intel Core i5
Processor Speed Standard 1.33 GHz
Memory (RAM) 4 GB
Hard Disk Drive (HDD) 320 GB
Graphics & Sound
3D No
Graphics Intel Graphics Media Accelerator HD
Display 12.5
Ethernet Yes
Wi-Fi Yes
Mobile Broadband/3G No
Bluetooth Yes
DisplayPort No
Audio Connections Combined headphone/microphone
USB 2.0 x2
USB 3.0 No
Card Reader No
ExpressCard Slot No
Operating System Windows 7
Physical Specifications
Weight (With Battery) 1.5
Depth 25
Type Other Laptop


August 16, 2011, 1:00 pm

Lenovo have a great thing going with their concept of the ultra-portable laptop using a 12.5" screen, but they need to provide an option that actually has some muscle to justify the term laptop by making it capable of productivity computing.

Please Lenovo, be a dear, and stick a 35W AMD A-series Fusion APU in one of these 12.5" portables, and show people what difference 400 DX11 shaders can make!


August 20, 2011, 4:47 am

I wouldn't worry about no memory card reader, I use CF cards and haven't found a portable that supports these. What have laptop manufacturers got against CF?


September 12, 2011, 4:10 pm

While CF used to be the professional choice, these days it's probably fair to say that the vast majority of consumers use SD (as do nearly all devices, high end cameras included). I think the main problem with CF in regard to laptops was simply one of size, combined with its more limited market.

Yep, we're defo loving the 12.5in form factor. Hopefully there'll be a U260 refresh with a little more connectivity and muscle under the hood.

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