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Intel Describes First Generation of Ultrabooks
Intel Corp. has revealed the first and preliminary details about so-called ultrabooks, notebooks in thin form-factor with remarkable performance and feature-set. The first generation of ultrabooks will hardly be as impressive as notebooks like Macbook Air or ThinkPad X1, but they will still be a step in the right direction.
"This new breed of devices will combine best in class performance, responsiveness and security in thin and light, elegant form-factors. Eventually you'll think of an Ultrabook as a tablet when you want it, a PC when you need it," said Becky Emmett, a spokeswoman with Intel.
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