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    News - Intel teases 'Nikiski' hybrid Ultrabook concept

    The Ultrabook that's one third tablet.
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    Re: News - Intel teases 'Nikiski' hybrid Ultrabook concept

    Interesting idea that, where do these things sit as far as performance goes, I originally had a netbook which even though maxed out on RAM and fitted with an SSD was still too slow due to the Atom CPU in it.
    I eventually swapped it out for a Xoom but with Win8 coming I'm thinking something more "work" might be on the cards..

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    Re: News - Intel teases 'Nikiski' hybrid Ultrabook concept

    Quote Originally Posted by [GSV]Trig View Post
    Interesting idea that, where do these things sit as far as performance goes, I originally had a netbook which even though maxed out on RAM and fitted with an SSD was still too slow due to the Atom CPU in it.
    I eventually swapped it out for a Xoom but with Win8 coming I'm thinking something more "work" might be on the cards..
    The idea of an Ultrabook is that it's no-compromise on performance and so you can imagine them as laptop equivalents, with the lowest spec Ultrabooks featuring Core i5 mobile chips, ranging up to 1.8Ghz core i7s mobile CPUs, typically running on integrated intel graphics.

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