Ultrabook computers priced around $700 are not expected to provide much competition for Apple's MacBook Air model, since they will have smaller displays and hard-disk drives instead of solid-state drives, according to IHS iSuppli. Later this year, higher-priced ultrabooks will have touch screens and Intel's "Ivy Bridge" processors, but so will the MacBook Air, the market research firm noted.

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