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Ultrabook Forums now Sparkly Clean. I’m Ready for Your Questions

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ultrabook-forum-headSorry, sorry, sorry, sorry sorry.

If there’s one thing I didn’t do this summer, it was look after the Ultrabook Forums. That has changed and you’re now welcome to join in and discuss Ultrabooks , without the spam!

I’ve cleaned up and applied a few new policies to registration but we need a mod or two to help keep things in order. I’ll help out, Ben is helping out but is there anyone else out there that would like to help out as a mod? Comment below if you can help.

An Ultrabook forum is be a great place to exchange ideas, issues and to help new customers as they try and work out the difference between Microsoft Surface RT, ASUS Vivo Tab and the Samsung ATIV Pro! We can exchange tips on deals, software and hacks as well as have a place to sound-off or just chill-out.

I’d love to see you all in there and as a special encouragement, in November I’ll be answering your calls for help in the General Ultrabook Discussion forum. If you have a query about what Ultrabook to buy, i’ll answer the questions on a daily basis.

Again, sorry for not keeping the Ultrabook Forums clean over the last 4 months. Please register now and enjoy a better experience.

ASUS UX21 Live Review and Ultrabook Q&A–Today

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Update: Session is finished now. A report will go up soon. is now available.

I think I’m right in saying that this is the first ever Ultrabook live review and Q&A. It happens tonight, here on Ultrabooknews.com/live

It starts at about 2100 GMT+1 (Berlin time. Your local time here)

We’ll be spending 2 hours (yes, it’s going to get detailed) testing the UX21 and we’ll include battery life testing, video video editing, gaming, web, usability and a whole lot more. There will be a chat session (already open at Ultrabooknews.com/live if you want to log in and start talking) and I’ll take general Ultrabook or UX21 questions and guidance from you. Some of the session (not all of it) will be recorded and posted tomorrow. You’ll need a flash-enabled browser and about 1mbps of bandwidth to join-in.

See you later. In the meantime, here’s a teaser and a bit of World of Warcraft on the UX21…

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