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Posted:  05 Apr 2012
Published:  05 Jan 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  5  Page(s)
Type:  Analyst Brief
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

 

Ultrabooks are a new generation of notebook PCs, borrowing features from tablet PCs. The name Ultrabook is a trademark of Intel, and this allows the company to control which devices carry its brand, thereby ensuring a standard of technical specifications sufficient to stand out as a superior product.

 

Ultrabooks are far more than just a brand name, of course. The specifications that Intel have set out clearly differentiate Ultrabooks from their notebook progenitors, but borrow a number of features from their tablet cousins, including a thin and light design, instant-on and extended battery life.           

 

Intel’s new Ultrabook category is set to reposition and re-energise the notebook market more firmly within the mobile computing space.

 

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