Thin light laptops are all the rage; we can thank Apple and the MacBook Air for that. First came the Ultrabook, a term designated by Intel to invoke a desire in consumers to open wallets and make laptops fly off the shelves. Now comes HP with the Sleekbook, which is an Ultrabook without Intel processors inside.
The new Sleekbooks from HP will be packing AMD processors, which are cheaper than the Intel models in the Ultrabooks. The new Sleekbook moniker is necessary as specifications for Ultrabooks were defined by Intel
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