You thought the Zenbook was Ultrabook impressive? Intel and its partners have far-reaching plans for the next thin mobile wave
When last June she introduced us Intel The vision of her ultrabooks, in which she promised to look mobile PC Thin compatible MacBook Air priced at less than $ 1,000, many scratched their heads and assumed someone at Intel had not received his General Staff sleep hours the night before.
Despite the high pretensions, Intel And its partners succeeded in proving themselves and successfully fulfilled the mission. A few months after that initial introduction, here we are here with 4 various manufacturers featuring otterbocks for sale already.
It is impossible to define the achievements of the various ultrabooks so far as a success, but do not think that is what will deter you Intel And its partnerships - the preparations for the next wave of ultrabooks are in full swing, and if you believe the various reports, this time we will see some very innovative and impressive features.
A first report states that Asus and Acer have approached the panel manufacturers CMI (R.T. Chimei Innolux) and AUO (R.T. AU Optronics), separately, with a view to Develop small screens with increased resolution Of no less than 1920 × 1080, which will be a significant improvement over the 1600 × 900 and 1366 × 768 resolutions available on 13.3-inch screens today, and a resolution of only 1366 × 768 on 11.6-inch screens.
In recent months we have seen the various Android devices finally infecting the iPhone with high resolution 720p screens and impressive pixel density. In addition, months have passed in the network for reports that one of the future models of the iPad tablet from home Dark Will offer a "retina screen" with a monstrous resolution of 2048 × 1536, so it's not really surprising to see that laptop manufacturers are also turning to a similar path in order to remain competitive in the face of these improved display technologies.
Ultrabooks that will contain the same FullHD panels (which will soon reach the computers as well Mobile "Regular") may appear as early as January or February 2012, and we say - inhale.
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The second report claims that Intel Plan to add Thunderbolt connections And are currently in the process of creating standards that will regulate the appearance of docking stations for the slim mobile phones based on the new and fast connection.
The ability of the connection to transmit both image, sound and information will enable the creation of a wide range of docking stations for ultrabooks, which can significantly increase their usability. A good example of this has already been seen a few months agoSony Vaio Z from Sony, Which made use of a dedicated,Thunderbolt To connect to a docking station with additional connections, an optical drive, and a dedicated video card.
Although the same Vaio Z is far too expensive to be included in the Ultrabooks category, you understand the principle - improved processing power that will be there for those who need it, without compromising on the thinness, lightness and price of the product.
Add the features mentioned above to theIvy Bridge The new ones that will offer extra processing power and improved battery life, and you've received an ultrabook generation that is going to be even more impressive than anything we've seen until now.