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Do you think ultrabooks are the next great thing or just a bunch of hype. Let us know your thoughts!

Are you interested in buying an ultrathin/ultrabook?
  • Yes, I want to buy an Intel Ivy Bridge ultrabook -- even if I have to pay a bit more, the fast CPU is worth it! (613 votes)
  • Yes, I want a $500 Trinity ultrathin -- the graphics sound good and the price sounds better! (1,218 votes)
  • Maybe, but only if those Windows 8 ARM ultrathins appear. (171 votes)
  • No I'm not upgrading this year, but next upgrade I might buy one. (493 votes)
  • No way, ultrabooks are a bunch of empty hype! (1,027 votes)

  • 3,522 total votes

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By Trisped on 1/17/2012 3:16:39 PM , Rating: 0
Since all the options make me feel stupid except the $500 one, I can only guess that this "survey" was paid for by AMD or one of their supporters.

Personally I would have taken the "No, I need more power and options then an Ultraportable can provide."

In fact, just yesterday I almost grabbed $2000 so I could find a really nice laptop to replace the lame one work makes me use. It isn't bad, I just need at least 4 cores, 8GB RAM, and a 1080p monitor if I am going to be doing software engineering at the level they want.

Then I realized I don't need to spend that kind of money on a laptop when I can get better in a desktop for $1000, and I lost interest.

And that is my story :P

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