Definitions

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  • adjective Extremely portable
  • noun computing An ultraportable computer.

Etymologies

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ultra- +‎ portable

Examples

  • And, today, Lenovo announced what it is calling an "ultraportable"--the 11.6-inch ThinkPad

    CNET News.com

  • And, today, Lenovo announced what it is calling an "ultraportable"--the 11.6-inch ThinkPad

    CNET News.com

  • While they are great for light use on the go, their cramped screens and keyboards, and slow processors, make them much less potent and less comfortable to use than even a so-called ultraportable laptop.

    Netbooks Come Into Their Own

  • The Intel processor at the heart of the ultraportable is a 1. 3GHz CPU factory-overclocked to

    Latest from Computerworld

  • Apple helped launch the so-called ultraportable category last year with MacBook Air which, at

    The Economic Times

  • While they are great for light use on the go, their cramped screens and keyboards, and slow processors, make them much less potent and less comfortable to use than even a so-called ultraportable laptop.

    All Things Digital

  • Apple helped launch the so-called ultraportable category last year with MacBook Air which, at 0.76 inches, previously laid claim to the title of world's thinnest.

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  • The ultrathin laptops are different from what Intel refers to as ultraportable laptops.

    Channelworld

  • Apple helped launch the so-called ultraportable category last year with MacBook Air which, at 0.76 inches, previously laid claim to the title of world's thinnest.

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  • Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) helped launch the so-called ultraportable category last year with MacBook Air which, at 0.76 inches, previously laid claim to the title of world's thinnest.

    InternetNews Realtime News for IT Managers

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