We may see super high-resolution displays in ultra-thin Ultrabooks and MacBook Pros as early as the first half of next year.
Samsung enters the Ultrabook race with two models, with one sporting an optical drive.
There is speculation that some of the AMD ultrathin laptops may make an appearance at the January CES show in Las Vegas.
LG ups the ante when it comes to Ultrabooks with it's latest offering that is just a hair smaller than MacBook Air.
In a court document, Apple offers suggestions as to how Samsung's electronics could look less like Apple's. The suggestions include "cluttered" and "square."
Apparently the Asus Transformer Prime is in such high demand that Amazon won't be able to meet advance orders for the tablet, which hits shelves December 19.
You can get an Ultrabook on the cheap...in a year or so.
Intel is reportedly offering subsidies to manufacturers to get the price of Ultrabooks lower.
The service isn't live yet...but the offer is.
The netbook market may be dwindling, but it's not dead yet.
The Taiwanese hardware manufacturer calls its Booktop T1132 the world’s first and only 3-in-1 laptop.
Laptop manufacturers may be readying new high-res displays for next generation portables.
Toshiba is billing the Ultrabook as the world’s lightest 13-inch laptop, and the claim holds true.
The hybrid device may very well sport a qHD screen resolution and a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor.
The new Acer Aspire S3 pricetag rises to $1299, about the same as the Macbook Air.