Stunningly light, powerfully beautiful

    • Slim bezel and elegant brushed aluminum on a compact 13” chassis with a 14” open cell screen
    • Extraordinary performance through 2nd generation Intel® Core™ i3 and i5 standard voltage CPUs to handle every application with awesome speed
    • Up to 10 hours* of battery life
    • Only notebook in segment with an optical drive included – no compromises when it comes to data and media portability!
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      Most compact 14” notebook

      The new U40SD's smart engineering presents an impressive 14” screen that uses open cell technology to fit in the more compact chassis of a 13”, so you get a bigger screen with no added weight and body size. The slim bezel helps make it compact and slender, clocking in at over 10mm thinner than competing products.

      Small in stature, huge on power

      New 2nd generation Intel® Core™ i3 and i5 processors and up to 8GB of RAM for unrelenting speed in every task intelligently accelerate performance to match your workload, so you always enjoy optimum output.

      Most compact 14 inch noteboo
      Compact finesse accentuated by light aluminum alloy construction

      Elegant design

      Compact finesse accentuated by light aluminum alloy construction, proving the thin and light segment doesn’t have to come in uncomfortable and drab design. At less than 30mm thick and 2Kg in weight, this tantalizing machine goes wherever you go.

      Complete portability with optical media

      The U40SD doesn’t cut any corners. While many other light notebooks lose weight by dropping features, it includes an optical disc drive so you don’t have to mess with external devices, wires and drivers. Instead, you have the peace of mind of physical storage and backup.

      Extended battery life

      While the new U40SD packs more features than much larger notebooks, it operates with great thrift for super-long battery life. Enjoy all-day computing with over 10 hours* on a single charge - no need to stop and rush for a wall socket. Just sit down, load up and get working.
      *May vary by actual usage conditions