There are other more expensive models to choose from with higher end hardware. And of course Acer, Asus, and Lenovo have also tossed their respective hats into the Ultrabook ring.
Toshiba has always been one of those companies like IBM/Lenovo to me personally as a consumer and professionally as a warantee/field/support engineer. This unit looks very nice and I like what they have in it as well the SSD specifically, but everything else for a price line like that and these look like great products to me.
138GB SSD? Are you sure it's not 128GB? Either way this is one of the cheaper ones, hopefully it will help adoption. The Ultrabooks (and the Chromebooks, to a lesser extent maybe) are perfect for the web-surfing, email-checking, facebook game-playing type who do not have workloads that tax CPU or GPU.
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