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Late last year, Microsoft introduced the Windows RT-based Microsoft Surface tablet. Would it be out of the realm of possibility for Microsoft to create an Ultrabook...
Earlier in 2012, Dell announced Project Sputnik. The main goal of the project was to build a great Linux laptop out of Dell's XPS13 Ultrabook with Ubuntu 12.04.
The Apple fans in the audience might disagree with their MacBook Airs, but as far as super thin PCs go, the Samsung Series 9 ultrabooks are among the sleekest. And now you can get a bonus $100 gift card when you buy one.
That's good news for consumers, because it means that you're able to find some great deals on some pretty great laptops... like this substantial collection of Lenovo notebooks on sale for 20% off.
I've always associated the Cyberpower brand with higher-end custom desktop PCs, but it looks like they're making an aggressive push into the ultrabook market with the new ZEUS-M.
Matrox has now announced a new DS1 Thunderbolt docking station that brings plenty of ports to Macbook and Ultrabook users, using just one single Thunderbolt cable.
After you get over the wtf crazy factor, Intel's Ultrabook commercial for Japan is actually pretty funny and catchy. Even though I speak no Japanese, I find myself chanting these lyrics
This time, Series 9 notebook from Samsung has an amazing Duralumin (aircraft grade aluminum) unibody with a total thickness of just half an inch. That might just fit inside a brown paper envelope. Samsung is setting the bar for the new ultrabook class, although Samsung doesn't like the "ultrabook" moniker, we'll just let it be the Samsung Series 9 notebook to make them happy.
We know that many of you out there are interested in some of the Ultrabooks and tablets that have been unveiled at the ongoing CES 2012. But what if you could play with a device that would let you enjoy the best of both worlds? Well, that is what you will be getting with the newly unveiled Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga.
It appears like CES 2012 is going to be an event mainly intended for the thinnest this and thinnest that, just like last year. The newly-unveiled Acer Aspire S5 Ultrabook, which is the successor to the company’s Aspire S3, is the thinnest of its kind and it’s definitely going to turn more than a few heads at Las Vegas.
You might be wondering what is so super about LG's “ new “Super Ultrabooks”. For starters, the 13.3” Xnote Z330 is the skinniest laptop around and the 14” Z430 isn't far behind.
With CES just around the corner, we can probably expect to see a rather massive onslaught of Windows-powered ultrabooks. Among the pack, it seems, is the new Samsung Series 5. This thin and light notebook boasts great specs in a pretty slim package.
A new feature article by PC Magazine discusses the future of 'convertible' style tablets. Essentially the article focuses on how convertibles have existed for a while, but with changes in technology and the introduction of Windows 8, they are finally becoming feasible.
LG has developed its newest ultrabook, the X-Note Z330. This product will officially be shown off later this month and looks to be a great example of what Intel wishes to accomplish with the ultrabook specification.
We already know that Windows 8 is going to be a platform that is simultaneously geared toward both tablets and regular PCs, but it has now been confirmed by Intel that you'll effectively being able to get both in one package with touchscreen-enabled Windows 8 ultrabooks.
These days it's fairly common to find notebooks with 1366x768 resolution displays, even if they happen to be 15-inch screens. That's the same with this first generation of Ultrabooks from companies like Asus and Acer. However, the Ivy Bridge-powered ultrabooks next year could make a quantum leap beyond full HD.
The recently revealed Acer Aspire S3 ultrabook clearly borrows some of its styling inspiration from the MacBook Air and possibly the Asus UX-series. The thin metal design narrows down to just 1.3cm at its thinnest point, but you still get a 13.3-inch HD LED display and the full-size Acer FineTip chiclet keyboard.
Tablets aren't really supposed to replace regular computers, but they are biting into Intel's business. So, Intel is changing gears to support a new form factor: the ultrabook. These are notebook PCs that are supposed to have tablet-like battery life. Intel is so sure this format will take off that it's planning to invest $300 million into it.
Intel introduced the "Ultrabook" at Computex in Taipei this week. It's their new notebook concept that is a mix between the functionality of a tablet and the super slim design of a laptop.