Mega Ultrabook

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Ultra books
An Ultrabook is a higher-end type of subnotebook defined by Intel. Intel has registered the name as a trademark. Ultrabooks are designed to feature reduced bulk without compromising performance and battery life. They use low-power Intel Core processors, solid-state drives, and unibody chassis to help meet these criteria. Due to their limited size, they typically omit common laptop features such as optical disc drives and Ethernet ports


Intel requires manufacturers to meet certain specifications in order to market a laptop as an Ultrabook. These requirements change with each release of Intel's mobile platform.
[hide]Ultrabook specifications
PlatformHuron RiverChief RiverShark Bay
Release dateOctober 2011June 2012mid-2013 (expected)
ProcessorSandy Bridge microarchitecture
Intel Core models
Ivy Bridge microarchitecture
Intel Core models
Haswell microarchitecture
SoC (10 or 15 W TDP)[27]
Height (maximum)18 mm for 13.3" and smaller displays
21 mm for 14.0" and larger displays[28]
18 mm for 13.3" and smaller displays
21 mm for 14.0" and larger displays[28]
23 mm for convertible tablets
Battery life (minimum)5 hours[29]5 hours9 hours[30]
Resume from hibernation (maximum)7 seconds from S4[29]7 seconds from S4
Storageno requirements80 MB/s transfer rate (minimum)80 MB/s transfer rate (minimum)[30]
I/Ono requirementsUSB 3.0 or Thunderbolttouchscreen[31]
voice command[30]
sensors/context aware (convertibles only)
Software and firmwareIntel Management Engine 7.1 (or higher)
Intel Anti-Theft Technology[29]
Intel Identity Protection Technology[29]
Intel Management Engine 8.0 (or higher)
Intel Anti-Theft Technology
Intel Identity Protection Technology


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