MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — This year’s Consumer Electronics Show featured plenty of cool, new gadgets. But among the biggest hits were ultrabooks, which basically combine laptops and tablets into one device.

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Ultrabooks are described as computers under three pounds, less than 21 millimeters thick. There are also power specifications that help define what qualifies as an ultrabook.

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Intel is seeking to hold the prices on ultrabooks below $1,000.

One of the ultrabooks Best Buy showed WCCO-TV featured no moving parts inside. Not only did it not feature a DVD drive, but it didn’t even have a hard drive. The ultrabook instead uses solid state electronics.

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Ultrabooks will soon be all over the place later this year. Among the manufacturers offering ultrabooks include Acer, Asus, Lenovo and Dell.