Sony clearly sees touchscreens as the future of computing.
Ultrabooks are known to be thin, fast and powerful machines. They weigh about three pounds on average, can hybernate in seven seconds, turn back on almost immediately due to their solid-state drives and offer high-performance.
If you’re in the market for a mobile device, but you haven’t drank the Apple Kool-Aid (which is a vile flavour of powdered drink) and you’ve never been much of a Phandroid, maybe you should take a look at Windows 8.
If you’re in the market for a small, yet powerful, lightweight computer that you can easily travel with, then Sony’s Vaio T Series Ultrabook Laptop might be worth a look.