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  1. Dell XPS 13 (Techland)
      "When closed, the XPS is only a skosh larger than the 11.6-in. version of the MacBook Air, a machine which, while neat, has a display that’s decidedly on the dinky side. Open the XPS up, though, and you see that it’s got a much more spacious 13.3-in. screen. Dell says that the display is “frameless” and 'edge-to-edge.' That’s pushing the facts of the matter a bit, but the border is thin, allowing for the incorporation of a surprisingly big screen in a highly portable form factor. It also uses Corning’s Gorilla Glass, which protects it from damage and helps to reduce flex."

      "The system weighs in at just 2.99 lb. and is three-quarters of an inch thick; it has an aluminum lid and a carbon-fiber bottom. (The use of carbon fiber makes the XPS pleasant to hold and helps keep it cool, a plus if you do indeed use your laptop on your lap.) It has a backlight keyboard and a roomy touch pad, and you’ll be able to order it with an Intel i7 processor and up to 256 GB of solid-state storage, uncommonly powerful options for such a diminutive machine." 01-12

  2. Ultralights or Ultrabooks: 12 New for 2012 (Time.com)
      "Though the Envy 14 Spectre may have gotten the crowds talking, it was certainly not the only one people were talking about. The Ultrabook, as a new sector of consumer products, attacking the Air both from below by undercutting its price and head-on with bold new designs, seemingly arose from nowhere here at CES 2012. Below, we've compiled all of the Ultrabooks introduced, with pictures, specs, and pricing and availability where available." 01-12

  3. Ultralights or Ultrabooks: Samsung Series 9 (Time.com)
      "In the interest of avoiding confusion, Samsung has shied away from calling its second-generation Series 9 computers “ultrabooks” since it didn’t refer to the first generation — which launched last year before Intel birthed the ultrabook moniker – as such. But the new Series 9 looks like a duck, quacks like a duck and pretty handily out-ultrabooks most actual ultrabooks as far as thickness and weight are concerned." 01-12

  4. Ultralights or Ultrabooks: What's New in 2012 (Huffington Post)
      "Though the Envy 14 Spectre may have gotten the crowds talking, it was certainly not the only one people were talking about. The Ultrabook, as a new sector of consumer products, attacking the Air both from below by undercutting its price and head-on with bold new designs, seemingly arose from nowhere here at CES 2012. Below, we've compiled all of the Ultrabooks introduced, with pictures, specs, and pricing and availability where available." 01-12

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