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10 Windows Ultrabooks: Not Just For SMBs

Can an ultrabook offer your small- to medium-size business more than a MacBook Air or a tablet can? Take a look at the slim new laptops coming from Lenovo, Sony, Asus, and others.
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Samsung revealed at Computex coming updates to its Series 5 and Series 9 lines that will incorporate, among other features, third-generation Intel processors. The Series 9 line in particular promises to be stylish and powerful, but prices are likely to scare off cost-conscious SMBs. The currently available models start at $1,299, same as the Macbook Air.

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20 Intel-Based Windows 8 Tablets Coming

Ultrabooks To Charm SMBs In 2012?

Will $699 Tablets Win Over Enterprises?

CES 2012: Ultrabook Ultimate FAQ

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