Inhon Unveils the Worlds Thinnest and Lightest Ultrabook

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dgrmouse

"The reduced mass also helps keep the weight down"

No joke? Really?

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Justin.Kerr

If you prefear I could write all my posts in point form. That would remove the need for pointless transitions....

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Bustout

Would Haiku be too much to ask for?

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DeltaFIVEengineer

I prefear a lot.

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Mikey109105

Switch out Windows 8 for Windows 7, then we'll talk!

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PDX-1337

Another bandwagon Win8 hater...

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mywonderapple

Or maybe he simply doesn't like Windows 8, there is a thing called personal preference you know that right?

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PDX-1337

I guess so, I just don't understand how you cannot like Windows 8. I know all of the reasons people give, believe me I know, as there is no shortage of posts especially on this website. But I just think that the people that don't like it haven't really given it a chance, or are unwilling to alter the way they work with the OS, which in my opinion is minimal. To me the whole thing has been blown out of proportion. The OS user experience is different than Win7, but not that different, and to me (I know not to all), many of the enhancements are welcomed.

I know I can't convince the Win8 haters that the OS is actually better than Win7, and I think their reasons for hating it can easily be overcome. Anyway, that's where I coming from.

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AFDozerman

Meh. You can have your stylish Macbook Air wannabe, thank you very much.

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Chronologist

Doesn't that make the entire Ultrabook initiative just a bunch of "Macbook Air wannabe" laptops then? This is the general trend of technology regardless of who started it.

Personally, I enjoy this trend greatly. I can have a souped up monster of a rig at home, and bring around a lightweight device that still affords me a keyboard and enough CPU panache to quickly and efficiently handle basic tasks, even light gaming.

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jason2393

I think I'll keep my Dell 1545 for now. I've upgraded the HDD, the ram, the wifi card, the CPU, the ODD, and the screen. Now, I'm looking at replacing the motherboard to get a better video card.

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PDX-1337

I believe it is no longer a Dell 1545, except for the housing ;)

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nbrowser

" It’s amazing to see how quickly OEM’s are shaving down Ultrabook form factors, but we also fear it will inevitably come at the expense of reparability."

Did those propeller heads at ifixit.com get to you ? lol. I do agree, the smaller stuff gets, the worse the stuff is to fix.....

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Justin.Kerr

Sad to think that would make me a propeller head, but I fear you are correct :)

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