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The first peek at Lenovo's new "spectacularly slim" U300 laptop hit the web on Thursday. They call it the Ultrabook. Like the MacBook Air, the laptop is billed as an ultra-thin (just under 15 millimeters), ultra-light (less than three pounds) and ultra-expensive (prices start at $1195) machine. Like the MacBook Air, it's also made from a solid piece of aluminum and does away with unsightly air vents, which make the laptop look extra sleek. Like the MacBook Air, it comes in solid silver with a black keyboard with a 13.3" display, though it's also available in "Clementine Orange."

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