CyberPower Pokes Head into Ultrabook Arena with Customizable Zeus-M Series

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razorpetti37

And Intel wonders why their new "Ultrabook" category hasn't been selling as well as they had hoped. I have yet to see one that is an all around winner. The 1080x1920 Zenbook is the closest, but you can't even buy it because from what I understand, they are sold out.

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Peanut Fox

Ultrabook screen resolutions are low because Intel wants to play hard and fast with Ultrabook pricing. Intel wanted OEMs to get the price down to that magical $999, but they aren't willing to sacrifice a lot on their end to do it. Now it's up to OEMs to shave dollars where they can on these devices and substituting a 1080p screen for a WXGA model is a great way to do it. I have to agree with you that Ultrabooks remain a lackluster entry.

Ultrabooks greatest enemy is their price. You're paying a premium at the expense of performance, and connectivity. Then you've got to justify to yourself that just because this notebook weights four or so pounds less than this one it's a worthy purchase.

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Paul_Lilly

One that I'm interested in playing with is Vizio's 15.6-inch Ultrabook with a 1920x1080 resolution. Saw one in-store a bit ago (it was turned off) and it's a slick looking machine, albeit rocking a flattened keyboard instead of the more popular chiclet style.

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tony2tonez

Once again why does another maker try to forcefeed us such crap. When will they realize that a 768 resolution is not a acceptable consumer product now adays.

I know alot of these are usually in their product cycle and close to shipping so to scrap them would cost a fortune, and they are willing to try to sell them to salvage some cost.

But til then, I hope all consumers realize the crap they producing and boycott them. They can sit in the warehouse and rot.

I for one will not buy a subpar ultrabook.

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JLloyd13

September 11? 9/11? doesn't sound like the best day to ship to me

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