Don't-Miss Ultrabook Stories
Ultrabooks, a term coined by Intel, give name to the increasingly thin, light, fast and (relatively) cheap Windows laptops popping up over the last year in reaction to the Apple MacBook Air and the iPad-led tablet craze.
Asus' Zenbook Ultrabooks will reportedly get major upgrades in the next generation, including (optional) HD displays.
The first Ivy Bridge chips were due to arrive in April, but they've been pushed back.
Some Ultrabook makers are switching from solely solid state drives to hybrid disk drives to cut costs.
Intel is expected to share details this week about its effort to work wireless capabilities into chips, which could shrink mobile devices and PCs.
Ultrabook makers are reportedly worrying about how to integrate touchscreens with thin-and-light laptops, but don't forget the trackpad.
The pretty, glass-covered HP Envy 14 Spectre is now available for purchase on HP's website.
Super-skinny laptops will offer long battery life and smaller price tag than Intel's entries, AMD tells analysts.
The demise of of the personal computer appears to be very much exaggerated.
A new report suggests explosive growth for the nascent ultrabooks category over the next five years, but it may not be enough to put a dent in the tablet trend.
AMD hopes to take down Intel's Ultrabooks on price, and is set to launch its platform for thin and light laptops in June.