Why Ultrabooks Have Been Slow To Take Off

One of Intel’s big programs for this year has been the development and marketing of a new line of slimline notebooks called Ultrabooks. This product is really following in Apple’s MacBook Air footprints, a product that has been very successful for Apple.

In reality, as technology has gotten smaller and more powerful, it was inevitable that laptops would follow Apple’s MacBook Air example and become thinner, lighter and still have serious computing power. To that end, Intel and almost all of their OEM partners have jumped on the Ultrabook bandwagon.

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