In the coming months you will hear a lot about Ultrabooks as companies start focusing on this new segment. While now you have just a handful of devices to choose from, we are pretty sure that things will be much different by June. As far as technology goes, Ultrabooks are likely to become larger by breaking the 13-inch ceiling. Since the smaller size is putting off many buyers, Intel, as well as the manufacturers, will try to bring in 14-inch and 15-inch options. You could also see touch being incorporated in future models. In fact, at the recently concluded Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Intel showcased prototypes capable of handling touch. Once Windows 8 is launched, you will see touch becoming a necessity instead of a luxury in mobile computing devices. There will also be a push to bring down prices further so that the new segment captures around 40 per cent of the market by the end of this year. Another path in which Ultrabooks could evolve was also on show at the CES in the form of the Lenovo Yoga. This Ultrabook hopes to end all confusion for people who can’t choose between a laptop and tablet. Yes, the Yoga is a Ultrabook which be able to contort itself to become a tablet. The keypad of the unit can be folded backwards so that the screen becomes the primary interface. But Lenovo is unlikely to bring the product to the market before the Windows 8 launch, as the Yoga will make sense only if it runs an OS which is meant to respond to touch.