Ultrabooks: The Times They Are a-Changin’

October 4, 2012

If you look at the current crop of Ultrabooks on the market they all feature the uncanny resemblance of a normal laptop only thinner and shinier. In fact, you would not be punished for mistaking an Ultrabook for a regular laptop from afar, and this is one of the contributing factors as to why their […]

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Three Ultrabooks which you should look out for

August 14, 2012

If you are a consumer and have been shopping around for a laptop as of late, then you will have come across a range of next-generation Ultra-thin laptops called ‘Ultrabooks’. An Ultrabook is a name given to a laptop which meets certain Intel specified hardware requirements. These include that machines with the Ultrabook bearing brand […]

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Tablet, Notebook, Ultrabook: How to Know What You Need

August 9, 2012

Tablet and ultrabook manufacturers are touting their products as the new necessity for just about everyone; but will they really give you anything you can’t get from a laptop or smartphone? Depending on what you need and like, it might be worth the investment, but they’re clearly not for everyone. Here are a few questions […]

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Why Ultrabooks will be Ultra for Gaming

August 3, 2012

When buying a new computer, whether it’s a desktop PC, laptop, ultrabook or tablet, you have your standard requirements – a vibrant display, great memory, excellent speed and unrivalled quality. That’s all fine when you want a computer to carry out your day-to-day tasks, but what happens when you want to use your computer for […]

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Lenovo ThinkPad T430u Business Ultrabook

March 26, 2012

Lenovo had a pretty good year in 2011, releasing a lot of new business laptops as part of their ThinkPad line, but there was still one market uncovered – the ultrabook market. The ultrabook has been inspired by the MacBook Pro, so companies keep releasing somewhat cheaper versions of the Apple product, coming in the […]

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