My next laptop is probably going to be a Ultrabook. I am NOT going bigger than 13.3" (never have) and I won't make the mistake of buying something as heavy as the White Plastic Body Macbook. I guess I'm going for mobility, seeing it's a laptop and all. If I was going to have something like a 15" for more power, I'd rather just get a desktop. Just my feelings.
What I'm saying is that there needs to be more quadcore laptops or at least 3Ghz+ dualcores (baseclock, not w/ turbo boost). I honestly would just like a thinner (.5 inch when closed) 17" laptop w/ ~2.4Ghz up to ~3.5Ghz i7 and 8gb of ram, ddr5 graphics card w/ ~60gb memory bandwidth, 1080p screen, and 4-6 hours battery life. That would be a perfect laptop for me. I would take the exact same specs in a 15.6" laptop as well. There is an overwhelming number of budget laptops, netbooks, and tablets, yet little to no professional grade or high end consumer laptops. Of course there are gaming laptops, but those are not meant for businesses or power users, strictly people who play games. I would be happy if they could make a "gaming" laptop with a normal looking design. Just sleek metal/aluminum and professional looking design. Just imagine if a 70 year old would look funny sitting in front of one, if they wouldn't it would probably be good for me. If they would, it would look to much like a typical gaming laptop.