- Acer Aspire S7
Advantages: Excellent full HD touchscreen, slim and lightweight design, solid construction with premium materials.
Disadvantages: The sharp edges of the feel uncomfortable, the machine is quite hot, the keyboard is shallow and compact, low battery life.
Conclusion: Acer has shown its ability to design eye-catching hardware with high-end materials and high specifications. However, the edge edges are a bit rough and companies need to fix in coming updates.
Why it stands out: We never get tired of the full HD touch screen on the Aspire S7, feeling like Acer pairing a keyboard for a tablet, with a high resolution screen. Of course, it’s still a complete Windows 8 Ultrabook and not just a multimedia entertainment machine.
Touch support: Full HD touch screen standard
Acer Aspire S7-392-9439 13.3-inch WQHD Touchscreen Ultrabook, i7-4500U Processor, 8GB RAM, 256SSD Drive (Crystal White): Buy it now
Pros: Slim, attractive design, full HD display, large battery life.
Disadvantages: expensive price, shallow keyboard.
Conclusion: Asus Zenbook UX31A is the most beautiful and compact in the Asus 13 inch Ultrabook group. But for only $ 200 more you can own the Asus Zenbook UX32VD with a more powerful processor and graphics.
Why it stands out: With its razor-sharp design, aluminum frame and full HD resolution screen, Zenbook Prime meets all the expectations expected on a high-end Ultrabook. Asus has also improved the multi-touch touchpad driver to make it work more accurately than its predecessors.
Touch support: Asus Zenbook UX31A Touch version.
Asus Zenbook UX31A-DH71 Ultrabook- 13.3″ Full HD Display, Intel Dual-Core Processor i7-3517u 1.9GHz, 4GB Memory, 256G SSD, Windows 8: Buy it now
- Dell XPS 13
Pros: The 13-inch screen is surrounded by glass in a smaller, standard frame, sophisticated design, eye catching and powerful at the right price.
Cons: There is no HDMI port, no microSD card slot, battery life is worse than other lightweight laptops.
Conclusion: Dell crammed a 13-inch screen into a very small chassis of the XPS 13 Ultrabook, making it one of the few laptops that was slightly lighter than the MacBook Air at some point.
Why it stands out: If the XPS 13 has a better screen, we will definitely rank it as the top ultrabook of 2012. And recently Dell has decided to change, update the XPS 13 screen. With 1920×1080 px screen resolution, Ivy Bridge CPU and SSD. Only one thing Dell has not gone so far by offering a XPS 13 touchscreen version.
Touch support: No.
Dell XPS9360-4841SLV 13.3″ Laptop (7th Generation Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, Silver): Buy it now
- Lenovo X1 Carbon
Advantages: Lightweight carbon fiber frame, high resolution matte screen, solid texture, great keyboard.
Disadvantages: Red, the basic model lacks switch accessories for Ethernet port and video output, battery life is still not high.
Conclusion: Except for the limited battery life, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon has improved quite a bit compared to its predecessor in all parts. However, its price is still too expensive.
Why it stands out: ThinkPad X1 Carbon blends the classic design of the ThinkPad line with the latest, most advanced materials commonly used in laptop design. It’s so light, that sometimes you forget that it’s a big 14-inch laptop.
Touch support: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch version.
- Toshiba Portege Z930
Why it stands out: Design based on the 2011 design (Toshiba Portege Z830), but the Portege Z930 (Ivy Bridge CPU platform update) is still a great Ultrabook. Besides the ultra-thin and lightweight frame, its battery life is also great. Keyboards and monitors may need to be improved, but business customers will find all the handy features on the Z930, especially rich connectivity ports including Ethernet ports.
Touch support: No.
Toshiba Portege Z930-S9311 13.3′ Ultrabook – Intel Core i5 2.90 GHz: Buy it now
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