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Samsung Ativ Q – The Hybrid Ultrabook

The hybrid Ultrabook The display on the Samsung Ativ Q can be rotated in four different positions to alternate between a notebook and a tablet. You can also switch the operating system on the hybrid Ultrabook depending on the mode you want to use it

Sony Vaio Duo 13

Sony Vaio Duo 13 – Ultrabook with Haswell

Ultrabook with Haswell The Sony Vaio Duo 13 Ultrabook-Convertible has been packed with plenty of good features. This model has been developed on the Duo 11 that was showcased last year at IFA. This 13-inch version is equipped with Intel’s latest Haswell processor and is


Samsung ATIV Smart PC Pro

FOR: Full HD display; powerful configuration; detachable design. AGAINST: Average build of the keyboard dock; USB port should have been on the side. Hybrid laptops seem to be the mantra for all laptop manufacturers these days. Samsung’s offering in this segment is the ATIV series,

Top 5 Ultrabooks in India 2012

The Laptop manufactures are recently launched lots of Ultrabooks in Indian market. Intel has set up simple criteria for any manufacturer who wants to qualify their laptops for Ultrabook status, back when it had established the category, in May last year. Like The device needs

HP FOLIO 13 Ultrabook

VERDICT: One of the best Ultrabooks in the market. FOR: Excellent design, great battery life, good pricing, good design, good Performance. AGAINST: Track pad buttons are terrible. The HP Folio 13 doesn’t pretend to be anything but a premium Ultrabook, which is apparent from the

Acer Aspire S5 Slimmest Ultrabook

Touted to be the world’s slimmest ultrabook, the Acer Aspire S5 is the successor to the S3, and it measures only 15 mm at its thickest end. It houses Intel Sandy Bridge processors, has a 13-inch screen and a Thunderbolt port on the spine which

Cheaper Ultrabooks

A could of years ago, Apple mastered the art of making laptops with its ultra-thin MacBook Air. But then it was an expensive proposition and restricted to Mac users. Windows users didn’t have an ultra-slim option, until Intel announced the Ultrabook, the PC’s answer to