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Why Ultrabooks ("Touted as the Direct Competitor to Macbook Air") Should Run GNU/Linux

  • Subject: Why Ultrabooks ("Touted as the Direct Competitor to Macbook Air") Should Run GNU/Linux
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 17 Sep 2011 08:45:51 +0100
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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Why Ultrabooks Should Run Ubuntu 11.10

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| When Steve Jobs unveiled the slim but powerful Macbook Air, it was as if a 
| magician had pulled a flailing rabbit out of a hat. Everyone was amazed at how 
| laptop technology had moved forward, and instantly the latest Macbook Air 
| became a massive success.
| 
| The Macbook Air might be an awesome product, but there are currently no 
| alternatives for folks who donât want to get converted to the Apple religion. 
| But donât get disappointed just yet; come Q4 2011, Intel will be bringing us 
| the new revolution in computing called Ultrabooks.
| 
| Touted as the direct competitor to Macbook Air, Intelâs ambitious project will 
| leave no stone unturned to prove itself in the not-so-dead laptop market. 
| While it is not confirmed as to which operating system manufacturers will be 
| using, there is a high chance that Windows 7 will be the one.
| 
| However, we here at TechSource believe that running Ubuntu 11.10 (or higher) 
| on Ultrabooks might actually be more profitable. 
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http://www.junauza.com/2011/09/why-ultrabooks-should-run-ubuntu-1110.html
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