Acer released the 13.3-inch Aspire S5 during its CES 2012 press conference and assured Windows 8 Ultra book as the second half of the year. Bury net books, chrome books and desktop substitution systems. Ultra books that pay plan homage to Apple's skinny Mac book Air are the novel laptop kind factor of choice. Without any other stand-out gadgets, they have rapidly become one of the stars of the 2012 display.
Lenovo, for example, has undid its great seeming Idea Pad U Series ultra books at this year's display - the 13-inch U310 model weighs in at 1.7kg and is just 18mm thick.
Intel conceives that tablets can't substitute laptop computers and that we'll be even happier on a convertible Ultra book that runs Windows 8. HP's Ultra book effort is the great-feeling Envy 14 Specter, which incorporates a roomier 14-inch panel and is just 21mm thick. Below the hood there's an Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processor, and a 128GB hard drive.
Samsung, mean while, attaches the Ultra book club on its Series 5 devices, which will be available in 13- and 14-inch variances with 2nd generation Intel Core i5 engines and Radeon HD graphics. Samsung even rolled out the 2nd generation of its Series 9 laptops with a processed 'aerodynamic design'. LG has also jumped on the Ultra book bandwagon, demonstrating the slender LG Z330 and LG Z430 Super Ultra books.
The 13-inch Z330 characteristics a Core i7 processor, a SATA3 SSD and shows off a scraggy frame that's an amazing 14.7mm thick. The Z430 is a little larger on a 14-inch screen and dual SSD/HDD storage. Other Ultra book contenders have the HP Folio 13 and the Dell XPS 13, a beautiful instrument that could make you with its appears earlier you even thought to ask about the specifications as well as the other specifications are... a 13-inch screen, narrow 316 x 205mm footprint, Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, 4 gigs of memory and a 128/256GB SSD.