The ultrabooks that have grabbed my attention are the Sony Vaio Pro 13, Acer Aspire S7 (Haswell version) and the Samsung Ativ Book 9 Plus. They all have different advantages & disadvantages over each other. The Vaio's display is meant to have great colours and the Ativ has that crazy 3200x1800 resolution. The i7/8gb configurations aren't available in NZ yet (will they be?) and the S7 isn't even available at all from the normal retailers yet.
My major concern with these laptops is that they're all running ULV processors. I have no idea if the 4200U/4500U are powerful enough to run Creative Cloud well for my needs. I'll probably be using Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign everyday and I don't want to be hampered down. These laptops are all extremely thin, and I'd be happy to go closer to the 25mm mark if it meant a better processor, but there doesn't seem to be much in this range (at least with a 1080p touchscreen display). I should point out I won't be doing any 3D or video work so I don't think I need dedicated graphics?
What say you, Geekzone? Are there any options I've overlooked? Will the ULV Haswell's be powerful for my needs?