We had such hopes for Intel’s Ultrabook movement. With the first clarion call, we dreamed of a PC that would shatter Apple’s monopoly on high-quality ultra-thin-and-light notebooks. In the first year of the Ultrabook campaign, we saw a few possible claimants to the throne, but in general, each entry was more disappointing than the last. The machines became notorious for using workarounds like larger screens (a 14-inch monitor in a 13-inch body!) and hard disk drives with flash caches (rather than actual solid-state drives) to skirt Intel’s Ultrabook speed and size requirements.
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