Don't-Miss Ultrabook Stories
Intel on Tuesday said more than 35 new Ultrabooks are available now or headed to store shelves in the next month.
Asus unveiled some unique Windows 8 concepts at Computex 2012. They are certainly unique, but may lack practical value in the real world.
Asustek Computer unveiled a novel laptop-tablet design at the Computex trade show in Taipei on Monday, along with an all-in-one PC with a detachable monitor.
The IdeaPad U310 and U410 support Intel's new Core i3 and i7 processors code-named Ivy Bridge, which will provide longer battery life while making the laptops faster.
While the viability of ultrabooks is being questioned, a Lenovo exec suggests Windows 8 and price drops will promote interest in laptop computing.
The chipmaker also ramps up the standards for Ultrabooks.
A fresh crop of ultrabooks sporting Intel's latest "Ivy Bridge" Core processors will start to go on sale next month, including 30 models with touchscreens.
Microsoft Windows 8 and Intel-powered Ultrabooks are expected to take center stage at the Computex trade show in Taipei next week.
An unannounced 14-inch Ultrabook has popped up on Amazon.
Acer has updated its Zenbook Ultrabooks with new processors, screen options, and graphics cards, but how do the new models compare with the rest of the market?
Lenovo's "lightest" and "thinnest" claims for its ThinkPad X1 Carbon are correct, but you'll want to read the fine pint.
HP's summer newcomers will include a high-end Ultrabook, a low-cost Envy, an ultrathin Sleekbook, and a business EliteBook.
The Vaio T13 and T11 are both available for advance order and configuration at a German website; their main difference is the display size.
The XPS 13 is a fine, well-made, durable-seeming laptop with some style, but some people may prefer to spend their money on a faster processor and a lot more storage.
These lower-priced Ultrabooks will use plastic materials for the chassis, rather than the more pricey aluminum used today.