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SSD

Abbreviation for:
scleroderma spectrum disorders
segmental spinal dysgenesis
sexual size dimorphism
silver sulphadiazine
single-sided deafness
single-strand damage
Social Security Disability
Social Services Department  
speech-sound discrimination
steroid sulphatase deficiency
sterol-sensing domain
succinate semialdehyde dehydrogenase
systemic scleroderma
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The Dell XPS 13 has not been updated in awhile, but it is still a very best ultrabook, if you don't mind the higher price tag.
This ultrabook features a super-slim 19.9 mm profile and a light weight at just 1.52 kg.
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Intel is collaborating with Comcast to bring the XFINITY* TV experience to multiple screens in the home including Ultrabook devices, and Intel-based AIO PCs and tablets.
Intel has decided that all fourth-generation ultrabooks released later this year will have to have touchscreens.
'And now, with the introduction of the mXT3432S, consumers can soon expect to find Ultrabooks and notebooks with rich and easy-to-use touch capabilities.
Ultrabooks (defined by thinner, lighter bodies, longer battery life and with a shorter boot-up time than typical notebooks) are expected to explode in popularity in the near future as cloud-based systems become more prevalent and reducing the need for a traditional hard drive.
Due to higher prices of the first- and second-generation Ultrabooks, their sales were worse-than-expected.
Craig Stice, an analyst at market research firm IHS iSuppli, said the high pricing of ultrabooks, combined with the lack of excitement about the format, could explain the poor performance.
"With their high performance and sleek, lightweight designs, Ultrabooks are experiencing strong growth, and the power and performance benefits enabled by flash storage processors such as LSI's SandForce FSPs are a key part of the appeal."
Ultrabook devices will wake in a flash, meaning the system will transition from deep sleep (S4 mode) to its active state in less than 7 seconds.
Now that Dell has entered the ultrabook arena it's experiencing some difficulty keeping up with the demand.