(CBS) - Computers aren't going anywhere, but they are slimming down. And it's clear that this year's International Consumer Electronics Show is ruled by ultrabooks.
Hewlett Packard's Envy 14 Spectre is arguably the most talked about ultrabook of the lot. Unveiled Monday at CES, the 14-inch computer boasts a sleek, glass body, which makes use of Corning's "damage-resistant" Gorilla Glass.
It's definitely the most beautiful ultrabook, so far. The black Gorilla Glass encasing is sleek and sophisticated and is about 20-millimeters thick. The HP Envy 14 Spectre go on sale Feb. 8 for $1,399.
The Samsung Series 5 Ultra is one of the more affordable ultrabooks at CES. A 13-inch progeny of last year's Samsung Series 9, which CNET dubbed as "one of the must-have laptops" at CES 2011, the computer is hasn't compromised specs for size. The Samsung Series 5 Ultra goes on sale this month for $899.
Not to be outdone, Lenovo revealed two colorful 14-inch ultrabooks - the IdeaPad U310 and U410.
The 13-inch IdeaPad U310 comes in six colors: ruby red, spearmint, cherry blossom, aqua blue, graphite gray and sapphire blue. The 14-inch IdeaPad U410 is closer to a standard laptop and has a similar interior look and feel than the MacBook Pro. Both ultrabooks will be available in May for $699.
Announced just before CES 2012 officially kicked off, Acer introduced the world's thinnest ultrabook. Coming in a no more than 15 millimeters and less than 3 pounds, the Acer S5 will be available in the second quarter.
CES takes place Jan. 10-13 in Las Vegas. Keynotes speeches start Jan. 9, including Microsoft, Sony and Samsung. Visit CNET for a full list of events.