Ultrabooks are definitely beginning to make their mark in the PC market and companies are looking to cash in on their popularity. So it shouldn't comes as a surprise that wireless broadband providers are looking to get in on the action. Sprint has became the first U.S. wireless provider to offer up an Ultrabook bundle that provides costumers with a little incentive to buy.
Sprint will be offering customers wanting to sign-up for a two-year Sprint Mobile Broadband service agreement a free MiFi 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot or Sierra Wireless Overdrive Pro hotspot at no additional charge with the purchase of a Lenovo IdeaPad U310 Ultrabook. The IdeaPad U310 will be available for $799.99 (plus tax), and will also include three months of free Mobile Broadband service with a two-year Sprint Mobile Broadband service agreement.
Currently there are four options available, two for each device and they are priced according to your service plan. Option 1 is Sprint's 3GB Connection Plan which includes 3GB of data for $34.99 /mo. Option 2 is Sprint's 6GB Connection Plan and includes 6GB of data for $49.99 /mo.
The all new Lenovo IdeaPad U310 Ultrabook will feature an Intel 3rd Gen Core i5 processor (most likely the Core i5-3317U Processor 1.70GHz 1600MHz 3MB), 4GBs of RAM a 13.3" HD Screen with 1366x768 resolution and Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit.