For notebooks, I'm obsessed with thin, light frames with high resolution screens and long battery life. That's why the MacBooks (both Pro and Airs) have been an envy (not the HP Envy) of mine.
With new Ultrabooks coming out... it seems I'll have more than I want... however most of these are using that really bad 720p (1366x768) resolution except for the Asus.
Luckily, some of them are still making hi-rez, fairly thin notebooks, like the Dell XPS 15z (which I owned for a while but ended up not liking) and the Samsung Series 7. One that has my attention is the Sony VAIO SE from their S family, a 15.5" notebook that weighs under 5 lbs and has a full HD (1920x1080) screen.
I was at a local electronics store last Friday and they actually had one out for display:
And... these start at $999!!! You can get it in silver or black and add options like i7, Blu-Ray and SSD drives.
I will probably end up buying one to try it out and will post my impressions here. I started a thread for it in the forum section of notebookreview.com (awesome site):
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