The first ultrabook to use one of Intel's third-generation Core "Ivy Bridge" processors isn't from HP or Dell or Toshiba. It's from Intel itself—a sleek 3.1-pound slimline with a snappy Ultrabook logo on the lid. That's supplied as a reference design to show off the new CPU in the same way that AMD and Nvidia provide generic graphics cards to the press and manufacturing partners when they're introducing a new graphics processor.
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