Samsung's rolling out new ultrabooks, one of which has the crazy resolution of 3200 x 1800.
A number of details have surfaced regarding Lenovo's upcoming ThinkPad T440s business Ultrabook that make them look very promising.
The PCI-SIG has launched M-PCIe for mobile devices, and introduced several other specs including M.2, a natural transition from the Mini Card and Half Mini Card.
Samsung has started mass producing its XP941 SSDs, the industry's first PCIe based SSDs for Ultrabooks.
You can now order Lenovo's new 360-degree flip and fold Ultrabook from the Lenovo website or Best Buy's online store.
During a press event in New York City, Acer introduced the Iconia A1 tablet, an updated Aspire V5 line of notebooks, and a new Aspire V7 Ultrabook line.
Intel's "North Cape" reference laptop / tablet features 10 + 3 hours of battery life and a 13" / 11.6" transforming display.
Touchscreens will be a standard feature for Intel's 3rd Generation of Ultrabooks that will be arriving later this year.
With Intel cheering on the x86-based version of Android, it wouldn't be surprising to see Android-based Ultrabooks this year.