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Special Intel 'Ivy Bridge' chips to enable new laptops, tablets

At CES, chip giant will discuss limited edition versions of its 3rd Generation Core processors that are Intel's most power efficient to date. Select ultrabooks and tablets from some vendors are expected.

By January 2, 2013

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Thin, sexy, and smart ... laptops!

Ultrabooks have the brains, the looks, and they're a cheap date. Can they take out tablets? Plus, Google and China war again, and cancerous cell phone calling.

By June 2, 2011

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64-bit iPad 5 to hit PCs where it hurts: corporate, says analyst

Apple's new iPads will put more pressure on PC shipments in the coming years, Deutsche Bank said Monday.

By October 7, 2013

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Windows 8 ultrabooks to go 100 percent touch, see gains

Ultrabooks will soon be 100 percent touch. And touch laptops made gains in August, NPD says.

By September 13, 2013

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NAND flash sales indicate ultrabook disappointment

According to new data from iSuppli, flash memory revenue was down 7 percent in 2012.

By February 5, 2013

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Intel's convertible challenge

The chip giant has launched a social media competition where your very own bizarre concept hybrid device could be made into a AU$25,000 prototype.

By March 6, 2013

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Samsung launches 1TB mSATA mini SSD

Samsung is beefing up ultrabook storage space and speed with the first 1TB solid-state drive in the miniature mSATA form factor.

By December 9, 2013

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iPad, MacBook torpedoing ultrabook sales, says analyst

Apple is throwing a wrench into the ultrabook works. The iPad has consumers' attention in the mid-range, while MacBooks own the high end.

By August 6, 2012

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Intel uses Facebook to out ultrabook Cyber Monday deals

The company's Facebook page includes a wide range of deals from ultrabook vendors, including a $350 discount on a Lenovo IdeaPad.

By November 26, 2012

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Remember ultrabooks? Yeah, no one else does either

IHS iSuppli slashed its near-term forecast for the thin-and-light notebooks by 53 percent, blaming high pricing and poor marketing.

By October 1, 2012