CCE Info Ultrabook Launched in Brasil. More to Come.

Posted on 16 May 2012 by

Brazilian manufacturer CCE Info has just launched a 2nd-Gen Ultrabook. It will be running an Ivy Bridge Core i7 CPU and offer a DVD writer in a 20mm  package. From the side it looks pretty unique. From the other angles, you might be reminded of another notebook though.

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ultrabooks brazil 2012Teased at IDF Brazil yesterday, the CCE Info Ultrabook is just one of a number of locally manufactured red Ultrabooks that will be launching in 2012. Megaware, Positiva Informatica and Semp Toshiba are among them. According to BN Americas, 20 Ultrabooks will hit the Brazilian market with a number being produced locally.

After a little digging we’ve uncovered details on the CCE Info Ultrabook.

Update: We’ve got it in the database now. Click for details.

  • Screen: 14” 1366×768
  • Core i7 3rd Gen (Core i7 3667U 2.0Ghz according to our information)
  • 4GB RAM
  • 500GB (+25GB SSD) Hard Drive
  • Aluminum Chassis (That I’m sure will stir a few Apple fans up!)
  • DVD Writer
  • 10 Second Boot
  • Windows 7 Home Premium
  • 2 x USB 3.0
  • HDMI
  • Full size SD Card Reader
  • Ethernet port
  • ‘Min 5hr’ battery life
  • Weight 1.7KG

 

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As for pricing, there’s no information yet. Expect that soon and if you’re in Brazil, keep an eye on the CCE Info Blog.

Via Intel.

  • Arcen

    Wait!

    IS that a Mac Book Pro?

    • vjachi
    • Chippy

      Wait!

      You win 1st prize for the secret MBA comment competition. Prize – YOU’RE BANNED.

      not

      Thanks for kicking off the MBA discussion. It’s an important one.
      I agree. This one is close. But what are we talking about? The thinnest design possible with the lightest materials and a high-contrast keyboard.

      Personally I think that because Intel were involved with the design of the MBA there’s a patent stand-off here.

      Thoughts?

      • Arcen

        Yes, I find it hard to believe that companies can almost make an identical copy of different models.

        I am not surprised about the Chinese Airbook becuase well China follows its own rules lmao.

        But isn’t there an international patent or something? If so, Wouldnt Brasil be part of it. I dont see why Apple wouldn’t go to court.

      • DavidC1

        Intel has the original design for the Macbook Air, and they are the one pushing Ultrabooks. So there’s not much Apple can do about it.

        I’ll be glad when convertibles are here because then their will be no “MBA copy” comments.

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