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To actually qualify as an Ultrabook, a PC must meet certain Intel quality standards for speed and processing power. In addition to being lightweight like its netbook predecessor, an Ultrabook must be thin. Most weigh less than three pounds and are under an inch thick when closed. Also, the high-definition resolution of an Ultrabook is superior to most monitors available today.
An all-day battery would be a dream come true for most consumers. Currently, the best ultrabooks offer about eight hours of battery life, which would be particularly convenient for users who can't constantly recharge their devices. For instance, college students and traveling businesspeople won't have to worry about their laptops if Intel keeps its promise.
The next-generation of ultrabooks will look completely different from today's computers. Technological innovations and increased performance standards will force manufacturers to build high-quality laptops. If computers with all-day battery life, touchscreen capabilities and 1080p resolution become the standard, then it's difficult to imagine that there are further improvements that manufacturers could make.