Teso K116 Ultrabook resembles Transformer Prime

Teso K116 Ultrabook eerily resembles Transformer Prime
Teso K116 Ultrabook eerily resembles Transformer Prime
Ultrabook features 11.6” display, Ivy Bridge CPU and detachable keyboard
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It was only a matter of time till the lesser known manufacturers entered the Ultrabook game, and with the recent launch of UnitCom’s Lesance NBS3431, Teso is now adding to the pile.

A listing for the K116 Ultrabook recently appeared on, and the Chinese manufacturer is apparently equipping their first Ultrabook with up to 128GB of SSD storage, up to 4GB of RAM along with an unnamed Ivy Bridge CPU. In addition, the notebook takes some cues from ASUS's Transformer prime and features a detachable keyboard dock that doubles as an extra battery. The 11.6" multitouch display also features a decent 1366x768 pixel resolution and the notebook should be capable of running either Windows 7 or Windows 8.

For the time being there is no word on a prospective release date or pricing, but the listing does have a wholesale price of $400-$600 per piece. 

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> Notebook / Laptop Reviews and News > News > News Archive > Newsarchive 2012 03 > Teso K116 Ultrabook resembles Transformer Prime
Omar Qudsi, 2012-03-27 (Update: 2012-05-26)