February 23, 2012

Dell's First Ultrabook: Good, Bad & the Ugly

Walt Mossberg, All Things D


WSJ

As 2012 rolls on, consumers shopping for a PC will be seeing more of the thin, light, quick-starting Windows laptops called ultrabooks.

Big names like Lenovo and Toshiba already have entered this new category, and on Tuesday, Dell will introduce its first ultrabook, the XPS 13, starting at $999.

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