Is it possible to build a thin, high-performance laptop for the same price as a budget notebook? Intel says they can but will a $599 price tag get people buying ultrabooks?» Read Article
Intel's new Silvermont architecture utilizing a 22nm manufacturing process, will be the foundation for a wide range of products coming to market later this year.
Eurocom recently received the Intel Form Factor Innovation Award for its Panther platform. The platform offers dual functionality as a mobile workstation and mobile server in a 12 pound form factor.
Seasonal patterns are out the window as the market knocks Intel and its customers around.
What are they and what will they become? We take a closer look at the changing face of the Ultrabook category in our special report.
Eight Windows PCs previewed by Samsung this week will include two new ultrabooks, plus new editions of the Series 3 and Series 7 notebooks updated for Windows 8.
As part of the rollout of eight Windows 8 PC models, Samsung took the wraps off the first two entries in its new ATIV Smart PC line-up of touch tablet convertibles.
It's safe to say that Ultrabook sales have had a slow start. Last year Ultrabooks only accounted for 1.3 million units sold. However, recent research from GBI suggests that this is subject to change, as Ultrabooks are projected to make half of all Notebook Sales by 2016.
Well, all right, that's not quite true. But Intel is betting big on bringing voice control to Ultrabooks, and they're paying big bucks to Nuance to make it happen.
In the market for an Ultrabook? We point to the Top Five, based on our reviews and editor recommendations. Check back for updated lists each month.
Intel's grand proclamation of 40% market share has fallen short by about 39%.
When Dell brought back the XPS name, it did so with little fanfare. The first new XPS computers were mediocre, with little to differentiate them from the models they replaced. But these - these are worth of the XPS moniker, and might be the best laptops Dell's yet made.
Dell announced the release of its latest line of flagship notebooks - the XPS 14 and XPS 15 laptops. The XPS 14 qualifies for Intel Ultrabook status, measuring just 0.81 inches thick, while the XPS 15 brings a bright, 350-nit, 1080p display to the mix.
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