A Dell Ultrabook might debut in CES
Dell had an ultrasound laptop range called the Adamo which was expected to compete with the MacBook Air, but had to be discontinued back in February because of the low sales numbers. But with Intel’s latest Ultrabook, Dell seems to be getting back in the competition again with their latest Ultrabook model which may be revealed by CES 2012.
The Adamo line of laptops had a great hardware design, however could not satisfy many of the customers due to its high price components as well as the disappointing performance of those components and the battery. But now, with the help of Intel’s thin and light Ultrabooks, with great battery life, and computing power Dell may satisfy their customers.
Dell might even go for the Ivy Bridge processors which may be released around spring of 2012. As the Dell’s possible Ultra book is still news but by the time it gets to the market Dell can take the advantage of the Ivy Bridge processor, USB 3.0 support and much more graphical performance may be offered to. The Ivy Bridge processors might be made available to the Ultrabook Manufacturers by the fall of 2012.
By refreshing the history of Dell’s hardware designs like the Inspiron Duo with the 360degree horizontal swivelling screen or the attractive Adamo XPS, we can expect some more innovative design with Dell’s Ultrabook line up.
The pricing of the Ultrabooks, has also been making some news recently as the cost of production is very high for the Ultrabooks according to the manufacturer. Let’s see what range Dell decides for their Ultrabook.
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