List of Best 5 Premium Ultrabook

By Mohd Aktar on Sunday, 10 November 2013
Ultrabook is a specification developed by Intel and marks for a class of high-end laptops that are designed to offer greater reduction without compromising the performance and battery life. They use low-power processor Intel Core, solid state drive or SSD (acronym for solid-state drive) and unibody chassis to help fulfill these criteria. With these features, there are some things missing from the Ultrabook, as the optical drive. Intel has established minimum requirements to qualify as most spectacular convertible ultrabooks, so you make sure to get a good performance and battery life with Ultrabooks.

So here is a list of the best Ultrabooks that can be bought who are running Windows 8. A couple of models are the 2012, but were made available in 2013 after the release of Windows 8.

1. Acer Aspire S7:


Acer Aspire S7

Aspire S7 is one of the best and now ultrabooks Acer has shown at Computex 2013. With the Gorilla Glass 2 beauty makes 13.3. Aspire S7 Series gleam has an ultra-slim 11.9 mm. The "11.6 model, with its sleek aluminum unibody, is just 12.2 mm thin. Has also a touch screen that is full HD and can be operated at 180 degrees. Electroluminescent backlit keyboard The Aspire S7 Series' is lights automatically optimizes brightness to suit ambient light and keep your eyes comfortable.

Quick Features:


·         Type: Clamshell with touch
·         Processor: 3rd generation Intel Core i5, i7
·         Screen size: 13.3 "/ 11.6"
·         Weight: 1.29 kg
·         Graphics: Intel HD Graphics
·         Operating system: Windows 8

2. ASUS Tai Chi 21:

ASUS Tai Chi 21

ASUS TAI CHI 21 is the first Ultrabook with dual screen. With two screens with the performance of a laptop. With lid open, TAI CHI is a powerful laptop with a crisp Full HD, Intel Core processor and backlit keyboard. Flip closed, TAI CHI is a lightweight tablet with a slim profile, tapered and a multi-touch Full HD for easy and intuitive control with Windows 8.

Quick Features:


·         Type: Convertible with touch
·         Processor: 3rd generation Intel Core i5-3317U (1.7GHz) / Intel Core i7-3517U (1.9GHz)
·         Screen Size: 11.6 "
·         Weight: 1.22kg
·         Graphics: Intel GMA HD
·         Operating system: Windows 8 Home Premium (64-bit)

3. ASUS Zenbook Infinity:

ASUS Zenbook Infinity

ASUS has just announced the new Zenbook Infinity which is wrapped with Gorilla Glass. With indoor ultra-strong material to scuffs and scratches, making it a beautiful, glossy and provides an additional layer of security to help protect sleek design of this intricate Ultrabook. As of now there is no mention of the release dates of Infinity.

There is also a mini display port and HDMI output Micro. The Ultrabook also comes with an SD card slot and two USB 3.0 ports on both sides.

4. Convertible Dell XPS 12:

Convertible Dell XPS 12

Although the XPS 12 is a convertible Ultrabook is a little thicker and heavier than the other ultrabooks available. It can be used as a laptop or a tablet with the unique twist mechanism. It also has a 1080p screen Gorilla Glass touch screen.

 Quick Features:


·         Type: Convertible with touch
·         Processor: Intel 3rd generation Core i5 3317U (3M Cache up to 2.6 GHz)
·         Screen Size: 12.5 "
·         Weight: 1.52 kg
·         Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4000
·         Operating system: Windows 8

5. Convertible Dell XPS 11:

Convertible Dell XPS 11

At Computex 2013, Dell announced a new convertible Ultrabook, the XPS 11. The 11.6-inch laptop comes with an incredible resolution of 2560 x 1440 as well as its exterior is decorated in a woven carbon fiber and machined aluminum. The device is a laptop that can be convertible to a folder that is a tablet as well.


Intel has minimum requirements for this type of laptops and includes a low voltage processor Intel Core, a frame no thicker than 0.83 inches, at least five hours of battery life and faster boot times (these specifications change every year when they launch new processors).

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