We have already seen a number of new notebooks which are based on Intel’s Ultrabook platform, but now according to a recent report, the next generation of Intel’s Ultrabook’s which will be based on Intel’s Ivy Bridge platform will feature much higher resolution displays.
Most of the current Ultrabooks we have seen come with a HD display with a resolution of 2368 x 768 pixels, but according to the guys over at VR-Zone, we can expect some much higher resolution Ultrabooks in 2012.
The 2012 Ivy Bridge Ultrabooks are expected to feature displays with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, and we suspect that these will be a bit more expensive than the existing models considering the new higher resolution displays.
Source VR Zone
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