|HP Folio 13|
The Ultrabooks, these ultra notebook computers, lightweight, powerful, and therefore quite expensive, time they the same success than netbooks? According to internal forecasts Intel revealed by DigiTimes, the purpose would be to take between 20 and 30 million units this year, to double or even triple the levels of sales in 2013.
-The HP Folio 13: Cheaper and more advanced, the new Ultrabook comes
Is the American Intel, bringing his arm end baby, too optimistic? Launched last year to compete with products like the MacBook Air from Apple, the Ultrabook must still satisfy consumers. Price/usefulness/quality not always was positive, even if this should change in the future. Partners Intel, Acer, ASUS, HP, Lenovo, Gigabyte, Toshiba, Sony and Samsung, should indeed offer this year more in addition to Ultrabooks under $1000 or under the $700, which will accelerate sales. The tariff argument to add the Ivy Bridge of Intel and material improvements in the future Ultrabooks planned for the coming months. Finally, the launch of Windows 8 should have a positive impact on the sales of these machines. This will suffice to reach 20 or even 30 million units this year? If to CNet, the Ultrabook is already a stillborn product, for Techcrunch, it is premature to announce the failure of these products. The positive developments of the Ultrabooks should enable them to be successful. Sold between 30 and 40 million units in their sky, netbooks have since year last competition of touch tablets with the ultrabooks. While in 2008, forecasts projected on more than 50 million netbooks this year 2012, it will be finally nothing. Should elapse in only 30 large million maximum.