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Ultrabooks To Sport 480GB SSDs Soon, Courtesy Of Mushkin

Ultrabooks To Sport 480GB SSDs Soon, Courtesy Of Mushkin

PC component supplier Mushkin has unveiled a 480GB mSATA solid-state drive, aiming to change the game for Ultrabooks’ storage capacity.

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Intel reveals hybrid ultrabook

Intel reveals hybrid ultrabook

Intel has given attendees at its IDF 2012 conference in Beijing a sneak peek at an upcoming laptop-tablet hybrid.

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Ultrabooks with hybrid drives could start at $600

Ultrabooks with hybrid drives could start at $600

The new devices could appear later this year, with hybrid disk drives helping keep costs low, according to a report. Lower-end ultrabooks equipped with hybrid disk drives could hit price points as low as $600, according to an Asia-based report.

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Report: Ultrabook prices may drop by 30 Percent in March

Report: Ultrabook prices may drop by 30 Percent in March

You might want to wait a month or two before purchasing an Ultrabook. Prices for the super slim, fast-booting laptops are reportedly set to drop in March and April by as much as 30 percent as inventory is cleared in preparation for the new laptop platform from Intel code named Ivy Bridge.

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Thunderbolt comes to Ultrabooks in 2012

Thunderbolt comes to Ultrabooks in 2012

The Ivy Bridge-based ultrabook range from Acer, Asus and Lenovo are expected to arrive sometime in Q2 of 2012 and guess what, Thunderbolt connectivity is coming along.

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So, will that be an Intel or AMD ultrabook?

So, will that be an Intel or AMD ultrabook?

Though Advanced Micro Devices will not be inside branded ultrabooks, it is making a play for that market. Will consumers care which chipmaker is inside?

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AMD ‘Ultrathin’ notebooks will undercut Intel Ultrabooks by £130

AMD ‘Ultrathin’ notebooks will undercut Intel Ultrabooks by £130

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) officials reportedly are not ready to concede the super-thin notebook space to Intel despite the headlines garnered by the larger chip maker’sultrabook strategy at the recent 2012 Consumer Electronics Show.

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The Dawn of a New Computing Era

The Dawn of a New Computing Era

Yes, some first generation Ultrabooks are simply lighter, slimmer laptops than their vendors currently have in production. In more innovative hands — as demonstrated by Dell’s new XPS 13 — leveraging the Ultrabook concept to its logical end can result in what is essentially a new class of personal computing, with fewer boundaries and compromises than ever before.

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Intel joins ultrabook war with new innovations

Intel joins ultrabook war with new innovations

Processing giant Intel has used the 2012 Consumer Electronic Show to unveil its latest range of gesture-controlled ultrabooks.

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Intel’s Thunderbolt to see wider adoption starting April 2012

Intel’s Thunderbolt to see wider adoption starting April 2012

Intel is reportedly pushing for wider adoption of its high speed Thunderbolt interconnect in 2012.

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