Toshiba Prot- Z830

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Toshiba Prot- Z830

Toshiba's first ultrabook will be available in November. The 13.3-inch system comes in at less than 2.5 pounds, is powered by an Intel Core i5 chip and runs Windows 7.

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Toshiba's Prot??«g??« X830 is 0.63 inches thick, thinner than the 0.8-inch limit Intel has set for ultrabooks. Despite the thinness, the device offers two USB 3.0 ports on the side and two USB 2.0 ports in the back.

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Acer Aspire 3951

Acer's 13.3-inch ultrabook, due out in October, weighs 3.1 pounds. The Aspire 3951 also is powered by Intel's "Sandy Bridge" chip and runs Windows 7.

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Asus UX31

Asus has been one of the strongest OEM proponents of the ultrabook concept, with Chairman Jonney Shih joining Intel executives on stage at Computex and showing off a UX21 ultrabook. The UX31 is larger, at 2.9 pounds, but with the same 0.67-inch thickness.

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Pegatron was one of several ODMs who had ultrabooks on display that were powered by Intel's upcoming Ivy Bridge chips, which are due out in 2012.

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Invetec's ultrabook also uses Ivy Bridge processors. Like the devices from other ODMs, this ultrabook will be available to OEMs who want to rebrand it.

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This Ivy Bridge-based ultrabook is using a new LG display, called Shuriken, which is designed to use less bezel and is thinner than traditional notebook displays.

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ODM Quanta also has put together an ultrabook running on Ivy Bridge technology.

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