A good portion of Microsoft’s keynote speech highlighted how Intel has been pushing innovation in the PC computing market to bring forth Ultrabooks (and in-turn helping Microsoft move even more OS units sold to OEMs).
To a certain extent, we too agree that the coming of Ultrabooks is a blessing in disguise for the computing segment. The problem hasn’t been about making such slim and light notebooks, but to peg it at reasonable costs that more consumers can afford to hop on to the bandwagon. Had it not been for the presence of Ultrabooks, this might have otherwise been an Apple MacBook Air only segment. Intel’s strong commitment and helping hand certainly managed to bring about super thin and light computing to more manageable levels that should become the norm for 2012.
Just a couple of days ago, we reported on the Dell XPS 13, Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga and the HP Envy 14 Spectre Ultrabooks. Over at Microsoft’s booth showcasing their partner products, here are a few more notable ones that we spotted:-