The Bright, Touch-Enabled Future of Ultrabooks
Ultrabooks are gaining in popularity, and the wide range of products available in the space are a strength rather than a weakness. That was the consensus of a panel at CEA Line Shows' Digital Downtown conference Thursday which looked at the new, thin class of Windows notebook PCs.
The panel also looked at the question of what an ultrabook is, the wide range of products available, and the question of touchscreen devices becoming available with this fall's arrival of Windows 8.
The CE Week panel was moderated by Laptop Magazine editor in chief Mark Spoonauer and included NPD Group vice president Stephen Baker, executives Ashley Perry of Lenovo and Marc Spier of HP, Intel vice president of consumer client marketing Karen Regis and Engadget reviews editor Dana Wollman.