FAQ about Ultrabooks
When you need both portability and reliable performance, the Ultrabook delivers. This thin, stylish laptop offers uncompromising efficiency, an intuitive interface, seamless connectivity and long battery life, all in an impressively thin, stylish design.
What is an Ultrabook?
The Ultrabook is Intel’s Windows-based answer to the MacBook Air, a super lightweight and compact laptop packed with premium features that don’t compromise performance capabilities or battery life. Ultrabooks are officially classified by their measuring less than 2.1cm thick and weighing less than 1.5kg.
Ultrabook vs Laptop: What is the Difference?
While an Ultrabook is a type of laptop, the most noticeable difference between an Ultrabook and a traditional laptop is its size. With impressive operational features like dual- or quad-core processors, streamlined wireless connectivity, and HD displays, an Ultrabook offers a powerful performance that rivals most laptops, but features a design so thin and light you can toss it in your bag and almost forget that it’s there.
Under The Hood
Powerful yet Portable
Ultrabooks define the sleek new generation of Windows laptops. They are designed to be ultra-thin and ultra-light, but their performance is purely heavyweight. These computers boast enough power under the hood to maintain productivity, even when you’re multitasking using data-heavy applications. To keep you chugging through professional and personal tasks with ease, Ultrabooks are equipped with HD displays, backlit keyboards, solid state drives and responsive trackpads; they also offer an intuitive and responsive user interface, rapid performance with seamless connectivity, on-chip security, anti-theft and data-protection, and unparalleled sleek and stylish looks.
Lighter and Thinner
With size and weight restrictions imposed on this type of laptop, you can rest assured that lugging around any Ultrabook all day isn’t going to weigh you down. At 2cm thin and less than 2kg in weight, Ultrabooks are ideal for mobile workers, frequent travelers, or people who like to compute on the go. Their solid state drives don’t have any moving parts, so you don’t have to worry about internal components getting jilted as you run for the train.
By doing away with rotating drives and choosing a low voltage, energy-efficient processor, Intel left room inside the Ultrabook for a large battery, meaning that from your morning coffee to your evening commute, you can do away with searching for outlets. Ultra-fast start up capabilities can wake up your Ultrabook in an instant from sleep or hibernation, so you’re ready to work in seconds at each stop throughout your day. Ultrabooks also use very little power to operate, so your system and components stay cool, helping to prolong its life.