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The Ultrabook form factor has arrived for the Inspiron series.
Earlier this year, Dell launched its XPS 13 Ultrabook to the local market. Apparently, it was such as success that Dell has decided to introduce its bigger brother, the XPS 14.
Remember when Samsung unveiled its Series 5 Ultrabook Slim earlier this year? Well, that is long in the past for the Korean Electronics Company as it has announced the latest models of the Series 5 Ultra Ultrabooks.
Both Ultrabooks sport the new Intel 3rd Generation Core i5 (Ivy Bridge) processors.
At Computex 2012 in Taiwan, Acer unveiled their next generation Ultrabook, the Aspire S7. The Aspire comes in two models, an 11.6″ model and a 13.3″ model.
Add Neo to the brands that offer an Ultrabook. You read that right, this month, Neo will be selling a 14.1″ Ultrabook with the Neo Edge.
This year, Asus has updated the Zenbook to include Intel’s 3rd Generation Core-i processor (Ivy Bridge); now called, Zenbook Prime.