HCL Ultrasmart ME Ultrabook Launches in India

Posted on 25 September 2012 by

HCL Infosystems have just launched the HCL ME Series 3074  in India. It’s another 2nd tier Ultrabook and one of the first we’ve seen running Ivy Bridge in India.



Running the 1.8Ghz Core i3 it comes with similarly entry-level specifications on the RAM, HDD< Screen and weight. You can probably guess those by now. (HCL store with full specs here.)

The price of 51,440 Rs  appears to be very competitive in the Ultrabook market.

“With the launch of our Ultrabook we are continuing our tradition of being a manufacturer of innovative computing devices and give our customers faster, more powerful and smarter machines. We are proud to usher in the next generation computing with the new range of HCL Ultrasmart series. Combined with elegant and sleek looks and design, these lightweight Ultrabooks are a testimony to HCL’s focus and commitment on developing best in class computing devices for our customers. A combination of powerful processing and great designing has resulted in a device geared for exceptional performance at work or entertainment”

This is the first of a range of Ultrasmart laptops that HCL is planning to launch.

HCL Shop

Press Release


  • Jordan

    Cool, send my regards to India.

    • Chippy

      It’s a place I want to get to soon. Will take your regards if I get there before you.

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