Beware of Ultrabook Imposters (or Don't Be and Save a Few Bucks)

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strangelove9

Please use the proper spelling: "impostor". The "e" variant is incorrect; "impostor" conforms with the Latin roots of the word, and is also recommended by the AP Stylebook and Encyclopedia Britannica.

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biggiebob12345

As long as whatever I'm buying has 6+ hrs battery life and an IB cpu in a 3 pound package I don't care what it's called.

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Shalbatana

I wouldn't have any issue with this as long as the packaging is clearly NOT labelled ultra-book. Although I wouldn't want a [much] lesser CPU, I actually like the idea of a cheaper version.

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bpstone

I read something similar about this yesterday on another website. Here is a similar article on it: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2398996,00.asp

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