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Ultra responsive. Ultra sleek. Ultrabook™ - Inspired by Intel.

Finally technology has caught up with expectations with the ultra-responsive, ultra-sleek Ultrabook™ - inspired by Intel. Featuring an optimal blend of the responsiveness and smart capabilities people expect and the portability and style desired Ultrabooks enable power and beauty. Powered by the visibly smart Intel® Core™ processor in a design that’s less than an inch thick and wakes up in flash, the Ultrabook allows users to experience the powerful performance that keeps up while creating, exploring and enjoying, all at mainstream price points. Ultrabooks rethink personal computing by providing the most complete and satisfying computing experience.

 

 

Touch the Difference: Many Intel-Inspired Ultrabook™ systems now offer a full touch-screen and performance features that will make the experience easy, efficient and just plain fun.

 

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3rd Party Product Highlights

 

 

 

Acer

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This touch-enabled Ultrabook folds back 180 degrees, allowing the system to lie flat for team work and sharing with friends.

 

 


 

 

Asus

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Asus Taichi Ultrabook* - Best of both worlds
With two screens that operate independently and can be used simultaneously, along with the lightweight, sleek design, it’s the Ultrabook that is the ultimate taskmaster.

 

 


 

 

Dell

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Dell XPS Duo 12 Ultrabook* - You'll flip for this
With the innovative flip hinge design, this sleek device transitions from Ultrabook to tablet mode in a flash without compromising performance or style.

 

 


 

 

Lenovo

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Lenovo Ideapad Yoga Ultrabook* - Design flexibility
Just like its namesake, the Lenovo Ideapad Yoga Ultrabook features a 360-degree flip-and-fold design, and can be used as an Ultrabook and tablet however you want to position it.

 

 


 

 

Sony

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Sony VAIO T Series Ultrabook - Touch and go
The Sony VAIO T Series Ultrabook features a 13" touchscreen option that combines ultra portability with the convenience of touch - wrapped up in a beautiful brushed-aluminum design.

 

 


 

 

Toshiba

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Toshiba Satellite U920T/U925T Ultrabook* - A Transformational Experience
This new Ultrabook touch-enabled device from Toshiba transforms from laptop to tablet mode with ease and features Gorilla Glass for a more rich visual experience

 

 


 

Intel News Releases

3rd Party Releases

 

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Photography

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Ultrabook 2013 Infographic

 

 

Intel Survey: Tech Security Top of Mind for Travelers this Holiday

 

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Intel Survey: Tech Norms For Travelers

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"Intel Survey: Tech Norms for Travelers" commissioned by TNS exposed the deepening love affair between travelers and their Ultrabook™ devices, laptops and tablets, revealing Americans feel an emotional bond with their mobile devices to the point of feeling calmer and less stressed when they have access to this technology while vacationing.

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John Cook sits on the floor of San Francisco International Airport, compromising comfort and hygiene, in order to be near an outlet. According to The "Intel Survey: Tech Norms for Travelers" commissioned by TNS, 63 percent of young travelers admit compromising their personal comfort and hygiene in pursuit of a power source to keep their device charged. Credit: Adam Barczak

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Intel Ambassador, avid traveler and photographer Mike Fard captured this photo of Stockholm City Hall, using his Ultrabook™ device to share his vacation moments real time with family and friends via his social networks. According to the "Intel Survey: Tech Norms for Travelers" commissioned by TNS, 75 percent of all travelers surveyed bring their Ultrabook™ devices, laptops and tablets to stay connected to friends and family (75 percent). Credit: Mike Fard

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