Sony’s First Ultrabook Targets the Budget-Conscious

If you’re shopping for a new laptop, you might find the term “Ultrabook” popping up a lot during your research. An Ultrabook is thinner and lighter than a regular laptop, but it doesn’t sacrifice such features as a full keyboard, and it uses a different kind of memory instead of traditional hard drives to offer speed and good battery life, so you can use it as your main computer for everyday tasks like browsing the Web and working on documents. After a trend started by Apple’s MacBook Air, Windows PC makers

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