Intel's seen the future of the laptop, and it's called the ultrabook. Designed to compete head-to-head with the MacBook Air, these new machines are extremely thin, promise over five hours of battery life, and boot / resume from sleep very quickly. Every major laptop manufacturer now has an ultrabook on its product list, so whether you favor Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo, or Toshiba, there's a review here for you.
Round two in HP's fight against the MacBook Air
The second screen you never knew your laptop needed
One laptop, with something for everybody
Two Windows 8 laptops with 1080p screens, premium builds, and very different gimmicks
For this inexpensive Windows 8 ultrabook, does a touchscreen seal the deal?
HP goes toe-to-toe with Apple — and its own success
The brainy professor goes on a diet
Two takes on the ultrabook
Can Vizio's first laptop live up to the hype?
Thin is in, but is thirteen inches the sweet spot?
Is a high-resolution display what the ultrabook needs?
Is the thinnest 15-inch laptop worth $1,500?
Acer redefines the ultrabook, for better and for worse
Can HP step out of Apple's shadow with an ultrabook design all its own?
Round Rock's first ultrabook is a chip off the old block
Does putting Windows 7 on the MacBook Air make it the best ultrabook?
A Core i5 processor, 128GB SSD, backlit keyboard, and a plethora of ports for just $900 — is this finally the ultrabook to beat?
Toshiba's ultrabook comes gunning for the MacBook Air with a lighter design, more ports, and a cheaper price
Lenovo's crafted a beautiful ultrabook, but does it have what it takes to knock the MacBook Air off its perch?
Has Asus achieved the perfect ultrabook balance of design, battery life, and performance?