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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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Though it doesn't have much traction among U.S. SMBs, Acer continues to build out its Windows-based ultrabooks. The company just announced its touch-screen Aspire S7 Series for the coming launch of Windows 8. Like some others that have announced Metro-oriented ultrabooks, it would appear the bigger play is for consumer purchases, not businesses. But early SMB adopters will certainly have their options. Pricing has yet to be announced.

Recommended Reading:

Windows 8 Super Guide

Windows 8: 8 Things SMBs Should Know

Straight To Windows 8? 7 Tips For SMBs

iPads Don't Work For These SMBs

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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