There's a war being fought. On one side, tablets are slowly eroding the traditional PC market. Folks are neglecting their laptops and smearing freshly purchased iPads, Nexus 7s, and Kindle Fires with greasy fingerprints. In their latest strike against traditional PCs, tablets have even started donning keyboard docks—some of them, anyway.
On the other side of the conflict, laptops are quickly tarting themselves up with touch screens and ultra-slim chassis in order to woo jaded customers. Intel calls this new wave of machines ultrabooks. Er, sorry, Ultrabooks™. With the help of Windows 8's touch-friendly Modern UI interface, ultrabooks are attempting to replicate the portability and ease of use of tablets while still offering the performance and capabilities of a full-featured PC. Sometimes, they even pull it off.
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