When it seemed that this had been stagnant at 10 inches, with exceptions that leave a little of the concept of ultraportable, such as the Dell Mini 12, several reports suggest that the demand for 11.6-inch screens has grown enormously, implying that Several manufacturers are developing models with this type of display.
They offer a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels and the largest size that would be much more comfortable working with them, allowing larger and spaced keyboards, virtually identical to those of conventional laptops. Probably, many of them also come equipped with more powerful graphics options, such as Ion GN40 or Intel chipset.
Two of the manufacturers who are preparing these ultra 11.6 inch Asus and Acer would be, although these do not surprise us all, because they are able to meddle in any segment of this market.
Anyway, I was very clear that we can not call this kind of ultra computers or that consumers accept as much as the smaller models, since the price increase can be significant, especially if they improve the graphics section, which does not make them so attractive.