Published: March 8, 2013 1:04 PM
By Alexandre Botella
Translated by: Hugh Ehreth
The Asus VivoBook U38N may look like an ultrabook and feel like an ultrabook, but it's not an ultrabook. It has an AMD A10-4655M APU, which, as the name suggests, is not made by Intel. And Intel's the company that invented—and trademarked—the term 'ultrabook'.


It is, however, a great and rare opportunity for us to see how the performance of an AMD ultra—erm, laptop—sizes up to Intel's armada of super-thin portable PCs.

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