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If you want an Ultrabook but don't want to spend $900 or more then Samsung might have the perfect solution: The AMD-powered Samsung Series 5 ultrathin notebook.
This 15.5-inch version of Sony's multimedia notebook features a top-of-the line 1080p IPS display and is less than an inch thin.
If you think the 15-inch Apple MacBook Pro is cool but you want a Windows PC with a slightly softer touch then the Dell XPS 15 might be just the notebook you need.
The 15-inch IdeaPad Y580 is a reasonably priced laptop loaded with great multimedia features.
This Ultrabook breaks the mold by using lower cost components including a traditional hard drive instead of just an SSD.
This 15-inch Acer laptop is a workhorse offering some impressive specs for its price.
This 17.3-inch monster includes the latest 2GB Nvidia GTX 680M graphics and an Intel quad-core processor.
This 13.3" Ultrabook is all business with its gorgeous anti-glare PLS display, 256GB SSD, Intel Core i7 processor and backlit keyboard.
If extreme gaming is your thing then you can't do much better than the dual NVIDIA GeForce 680M graphics cards in this beast.
This 15.6-inch notebook is priced below $600, has a design less than one inch thin and gets over one hour of battery life.
It might look like a MacBook Air from a distance, but the ASUS ZENBOOK UX32VD is a 14-inch Ultrabook running Windows 7 and packed with NVIDIA graphics for some surprising power.
What happens when you take a classic ThinkPad business notebook, mix it with an Ultrabook and add a generous helping of carbon fiber? You get the all new ThinkPad X1 Carbon: a 14-inch business-class Ultrabook.
The 15-inch Samsung Series 9 NP900X4C is a larger-than-average Ultrabook with a thin profile, beautiful design and excellent battery life.
This multimedia-friendly 15.6-inch desktop replacement has good looks and a numeric keypad.
This is one of the classiest Ultrabooks we've laid eyes on to date - but can that make up for its subpar keyboard and high price tag?
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