Ultrabooks

After laptops, netbooks, and tablets a new category of personal computers was introduced named Ultrabooks. The term Ultrabook was coined and trademarked by Intel Corp first time in 2 ...

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After laptops, netbooks, and tablets a new category of personal computers was introduced named Ultrabooks. The term Ultrabook was coined and trademarked by Intel Corp first time in 2011. The aim was to provide machines that are as portable as a tablet but also compete with high-end laptops. Intel saw a great scope for its new generation low energy consuming and low-heat processors that could work efficiently in the tight confines of a laptop. The problem with offering lighter and thinner devices is that you don’t get much space for large internal storage and great battery timing.

 These features made Ultrabooks great business laptops and even better student laptops because of the portability and power factors. These laptops might look cute at first glance but they are equipped with some serious power to offer. 

Core i3 Laptops, i5 Laptopsand Core i7 Laptops qualify to be Ultrabooks if they have some specific physical specifications standardized by Intel Corp. Most PC manufacturers have introduced laptops that meet or exceed the requirements set by Intel for Ultrabooks and sell them under their trademarks. Ultrabooks are considered to perform great for a long list of classes ranging from students to professionals.