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    JB Hi-Fi hot deals on Ultrabooks from Samsung, Asus, HP, Toshiba, Sony, Dell, Acer.

    Just in from JB hi-Fi the latest hot deals on Intel based Ultrabooks, the ultrabook is brilliant processor for people that want long life battery and high performance in a laptop but without extra weight. The processor is less power hungry than many others:

    JB Hi-Fi | Computers, Laptops, Tablets, Ultrabooks & Desktops









    Samsung 13" Touch Screen Ultrabook


    NP740U3E-X01AU


    • Intel Core i5 Processor 3337u (1.8GHz Up
    To 2.7GHz, 3mb L3 Cache)

    • 4GB RAM
    • 128GB SSD




    SKU 355605

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    Asus Vivobook 14" Touch Screen Ultrabook


    S400CA-CA008H


    • 3rd Generation Intel Core i3-3217u 1.8GHz
    CPU

    • 4GB RAM
    • 320GB HDD + 24gb SSD




    SKU 90638

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    Asus 14" Touch Screen Ultrabook


    S400CA-CA154H


    • 3rd Generation Intel Core i3-3217u Up To
    1.8GHz CPU

    • 6gb RAM
    • 320GB Hard Drive + 24gb SSD




    SKU 355569

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    HP 14" Touch Screen Ultrabook


    4-1121TU


    • 3rd Generation Intel Core i3-3217u 1.8GHz
    CPU

    • 4GB RAM
    • 320GB Hard Drive




    SKU 90863

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    HP 13" Ultrabook


    13-2113TU

    • Intel Core i5-3317u
    • 4GB RAM
    • 128GB SSD




    SKU 346777

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    Asus Vivobook 15" Touch Ultrabook


    S550CA-CJ060H


    • Intel Core i5-3337u Processor (3m Cache,
    Up To 2.70 GHz)

    • 4GB RAM
    • 750GB Hard Drive




    SKU 355583

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    Toshiba 13" Ultrabook - nice to see a Toshiba at that price with 6GB of ram!


    Z930/01E


    • 3rd Generation Intel ULV Core i5-3337u 1.8
    GHz - 2.7 GHz

    • 6gb RAM
    • 256GB Hard Drive




    SKU 348532

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    Sony 11" Slate Touch Ultrabook


    SVD11215CGB

    • 3rd Generation Intel Core i5-3317u 1.70ghz
    CPU

    • 4GB RAM
    • 128GB SSD
    • Limited Stock!




    SKU 90529

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    Sony 13" Touch Screen Ultrabook Inspired By Intel


    SVP13213CGB


    • Intel Core i5-4200u 1.60ghz CPU
    • 4GB RAM
    • Windows 8




    SKU 355593

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    Asus S550cb-cj074h 15" Touch Ub


    S550CB-CJ074H

    • Intel Core i7 3517u 1.9ghz
    • 8GB
    • 1TB HDD & 24gb SSD




    SKU 355591

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    Dell 12" Touch Ultrabook


    V561181AU


    • 3rd Generation Intel Core i7-3517u Up To
    3.0ghz CPU

    • 8GB RAM
    • 128GB SSD




    SKU 90773

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    Samsung Ativ Book 9


    NP900X4C-K01AU


    • Intel Core i7 Processor 3537u 2ghz Up To
    3.10ghz

    • Ultra Thin & Light: 14.9mm Thin &
    1.65kg Light

    • 15" HD+ Superbright (400nits)
    Anti-reflective Display





    SKU 355635

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    Acer 13" Ultrabook


    S7-391-73534G12AWS

    • 3rd Generation Intel Core i7-3537ub 3.1GHz
    • 4GB RAM
    • 128GB SSD




    SKU 347589

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    Ahhhh so that is the name of the processor, I wondered why different brands used the title.

    How come a Surface have an i7 Chip and decent battery life? They have decent specs for a tablet.

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    don't the surface use the i5 chip? Or have they upgraded from then?

    The i7 can be an ultrabook chip, I think it's one of the different pin setups, and they can have great battery life with most of them.

    On here Surface specifications it just says an i5, but doesn't say which chip exactly as there are numerous i5 for different requirements.

    This page 3rd Generation Intelฎ Core gives a list of the i5 processors and the TDP - thermal design power - which lets you know how much power you need to keep the chip cool, some are as low as 13W, but going up to 35W, almost 3 times the power consumption to cool the CPU, so I'd guess a low powered one with decent processing power would be used: ARK | Intelฎ Core

    there's probably more info out there for the surface as don't know how many cores it's processor has.

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    I think the Pro is already shipping with an i7 but it seems to have a bigger battery than the RT-

    Microsoft Surface Pro on sale February 9, starting at $899

    By Jose Vilches
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    Microsoft has finally shared availavility details for its upcoming Surface Pro. Initially expected sometime in late January, the company has now confirmed via press release that the full-blown Windows 8 variant of the tablet will go on sale February 9 in the US and Canada, starting at $899 for the 64GB model and $999 for the 128GB version. As was the case with the $499 Surface RT, the keyboard is not included in that price.
    The Touch and Type covers are sold separately for $120 and $130, respectively, in a range of colors.
    Microsoft's Surface Pro tablet uses a Core i5 or Core i7 processor, and unlike its less expensive RT sibling it will support existing desktop applications in addition to the new Windows 8-style ones. It also comes with a pressure-sensitive stylus with palm-rejection technology that magnetically clips to the charging port, and a Full HD (1920 x 1080) display instead of the 1366 x 768 variety on the ARM-based model.
    Other key differences include a larger battery to make up for the power hungrier specs, double the amount of RAM at 4GB, USB 3.0, a miniDisplayPort and a thicker and heavier profile than the Surface RT.
    Besides the Surface Pro announcement, Microsoft also said it plans to double the number of a countries where the Surface RT is sold by making it available in 13 more markets: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.

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    looks good, a tablet that may actually be able to do something than just play games, I am liking the ultrabooks with touch screen technology though, that's sensible.

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    Yeah I can add the touch sensor to my 2009 laptop but at $150 it's a bit of a waste of money, 8GB of RAM was a waste of money I can't make use of any more than 3GB and that's with shared video!

    I am amazed how quickly the touchscreen laptops dropped in price, I wonder if the cheaper ones have any coating to reduce fingerprints?

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    can you update your bios to access the 8GB? Guess it depends on the model.

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    Yeah updated the BIOS, it just seems that the CPU is so slow that it hits 100% in no time, I am really struggling to do 1080 video editing, program crashes a bit now. It was an average spec computer in 09-10 so it is pretty poor nowdays but the SSD did speed it up a bit.

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    new processor it, overclock it and water cool it

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