Everyone's Seriously Going Nuts Over These MacBook Air Clones At CES

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LAS VEGAS — The tech pundits weren’t kidding when they said 2012 would be the year of the Ultrabook.We just swung by Intel’s booth at the Consumer Electronics show and the chip maker had about a dozen Ultrabook models on display.

For the uninformed: Ultrabooks are those super thin and light MacBook Air-like PCs. Intel is making a big push with Ultrabooks and just about every PC maker has one on display this year.

And from the reactions we’ve seen so far, people love them.

Keep reading for a quick tour of Intel’s Ultrabook showcase.

Intel's welcome banner

The crowd couldn't wait to get their hands on the new Ultrabooks

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