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Ultrabooks Of CES: Visual Tour

Check out the sleek and light ultrabook designs on display at CES, from HP, Lenovo, Samsung and more. There's more than good looks at stake: Think battery life, instant-on, and powerful Intel chips.
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Toshiba's entry into the ultrabook fray might seem a little ho-hum at first. At .78 inches thick it's a little bit fatter than the rest of the pack we looked at. And its 1366 x 766 resolution display wasn't the best of the pack either. Toshiba says the device weighs a bit over 3 pounds, so it's not the lightest--but all of those numbers are pretty darn good when you consider the $799 price tag.

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1/13/2012 | 9:07:25 PM
re: Ultrabooks Of CES: Visual Tour
That's a picture of the Samsung Series 5, not the Series 9.
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wht,
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1/11/2012 | 9:24:11 PM
re: Ultrabooks Of CES: Visual Tour
I hate these slide show type presentations. Put an index somewhere so we don't have to browse through 10+ slides to find the one we want to review! That or labelled thumbnails with the machine manufacturer or model to identify the slide.
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