Lance Whitney for CNET:
As other vendors try to mimic Apple’s model by introducing their own lightweight laptops, the ultrabook field stands to get increasingly crowded.
Here’s the question I have: why is that every time Apple launches a successful product “analysts” seek to shove that product into a new category?
The iPad is great, but the iPad is in a market of its own — that’s why we can look at sales of the other tablets without including the iPad.
No, no — the MacBook Air isn’t a laptop — it’s an Ultrabook…
Give me a break.
It’s like a defense attorney saying: “Hey, I know you are innocent. But I don’t know if they believe that.”