Summary: I wanted a laptop that provided me with enough power to pipe 1080p content via HDMI or DLNA to my TV. This works perfectly. I didn't want to pay extra for a touch screen. The build quality is fantastic. It's a comfortable weight, and doesn't feel like cheap plastic. The only complaint I have with this particular model is a slight bit of noise the case or keyboard makes when the volume is turned up too loud.
Summary: This is by far the best laptop I've ever owned. I have not had single issue and am consistently impressed how fast it is. I have a Perl script that parses ten different databases, it use to take 20 minutes, I couldn't do anything else while it ran and I would have to reboot after it ran even once. Now it takes 2 minutes and I can continue to use my computer as normal. For the price, it's amazing.
Excerpt: The Lenovo U300s is a great Ultrabook that while lacking an SD card slot and backlit keyboard makes up for it with sturdy built quality, fast speeds, HDMI out, a water resistant keyboard, LoJack and more.
Summary: I have waited to get my hands on an ultrabook since Intel basically threw the challenge at PC manufacturers to build something high end that could actually approach the standards that have made Apple so popular. Let's face it, these ultrabooks are in response to the wildly popular Air series by Apple. Companies like Lenovo, Asus, Acer, HP, Sony, have stepped up to the plate and took a swing at it.