For all the less-than-flattering things some people say about Ultrabooks — they’re nothing but MacBook Air clones, the “Ultrabook” definition is too broad, etc. — the long-lasting notebooks appear to be the lone bright star in a Windows notebook market that’s struggling overall. Ultrabooks also seem to be doing just what Intel and its OEM partners hoped for: establishing solid demand for premium-priced laptops.
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