Personally I don't think its an awful question but it could use some re-work.
My main concern is with the assertion you're trying to prove/disprove, and whether that assertion was meant literally in the first place.
The Rhinoceros Beetle can lift up to 100x its own weight GOOD
That means it could carry 8 Ultrabooks on its back BAD
You see, I don't think Intel literally meant that the Rhinoceros Beetle can carry 8 Ultrabooks. I think it was figurative, a metaphor; that is to say that the Rhinoceros Beetle could carry the associated weight of 8 Ultrabooks. It is marketing-speak for "The ultrabook is really, light - you need to buy one!"
So in summary - asking if the Rhinoceros Beetle can carry 100x its weight would be fine. Asking whether it could carry the same weight made up of Ultrabooks not so much. For many reasons, but mostly because I can almost guarantee you there is no empirical evidance for or against.