In Pictures: Ultrabooks - the newest, thinnest, lightest laptops

Ultrabooks, a term coined by Intel, gave name to the increasingly thin, light, fast and (relatively) cheap Windows laptops popping up over the last year in reaction to the Apple MacBook Air and the iPad-led tablet craze.

Ultrabooks Have Arrived

The iPad and other tablets are slowly but surely replacing laptops in many homes and offices. But there's a new category in town to keep the laptop from going extinct: the ultrabook. Having made a big splash at CES 2012, ultrabooks refer to thin and light Windows 7 laptops with guidelines set by Intel (roughly 1-inch thick, 3 lbs,13-inch screen, solid-state drives, for $1,000 or under).

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