Toshiba's addition to this week's new batch of laptops is the Portege Z830 series.
The latest laptop to come out of Intel's Ultrabook push is this slim Toshiba model.
Toshiba Portege Z830 series ultrabook will start at $899, well below the price of Apple's least expensive 13.3-inch MacBook Air.
Toshiba is prepping the world's thinnest and lightest tablet and laptop for CES, and that's just the tip of its technological iceberg.
The next chapter for ultrabooks promises lower prices--meaning, look for $699 and below. Toshiba is already heading that way.
What's necessary to make the Ultrabook a hit and thereby match or beat the Air in popularity? IDC analyst Bob O'Donnell offers his take.
Apple's nabbed a patent that for the 'wedge' design of the MacBook Air -- a shape seen on rival ultrabooks.
The first of Intel's Ultrabooks are almost here. We go hands-on with the first-movers.
DigiTimes has been running a stream of articles critical of Intel's Ultrabook strategy. The complaints are originating from the region's hardware suppliers, according to the publication.
PC makers are being conservative about initial Ultrabook demand, which is likely a good call given the current pricing.