- ultra- + thin (Wiktionary)
“Advanced Micro Devices Inc. tends to use the phrase "ultrathin notebooks," because the term Ultrabook has been trademarked by Intel and requires use of its chips.”
“Television makers had expected bullish sales for 2010 on the theory that Americans were slowly loosening their purse strings and becoming receptive to new, pricier technologies such as ultrathin LED screens, Internet-connected sets and 3-D TV.”
“One is a new category of Windows laptops variously called things like "ultrathin" and "thin and light.”
“Neo chips are energy-efficient and relatively low-cost notebook processors pitched at PCs it calls "ultrathin" notebooks, a category AMD places between powerful expensive ultraportables and cheaper, underpowered netbooks.”
“According to John Taylor of the green team, the dual-core AMD Congo platform will be released sometime in the second half of 2009 and will succeed the current Neo, providing a dual-core solution to 'ultrathin' devices.”
“AMD fits Neo into a new category of PCs it calls "ultrathin" laptops, which falls between the ultraportable and netbook laptop segments.”
“While NVIDIA is looking to simply shove Intel partly aside with its Ion offerings, AMD is looking to take on Intel its own with the new Yukon platform for "ultrathin" notebooks.”
“That's because the Neo is intended for "ultrathin" notebooks, which the company claims will live comfortably between the low-end netbooks”
“Makers push 'ultrathin' notebooks market for a laptop this fall will find a batch of new, mid-priced models that promise less weight and longer battery”
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