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When the Microsoft Surface Pro was released, there was a lot of ambiguity regarding its categorization. The most pertinent question was and remains – is it a tablet or a hybrid ultrabook? On the first go, it looks like a tablet even as it is slightly heavier and bigger than an average tablet. However, it runs a full fledged Windows 8 version and it also boasts of an Intel Core i5 processor which is usually found in ultrabooks or laptops. Also, it is considerably expensive than a regular tablet. In fact, its price is closer to an ultrabook. Read the rest of this entry »


Ultrabook is the latest buzzword in the world of laptops. Essentially, ultrabook is a marketing label created by Intel to refer to extremely thin and light notebooks with high quality performance. Therefore, an ultrabook is basically a laptop with diminished size and weight but no compromise is made on the performance front. The best of ultrabooks come with an Intel i3, i5 or i7 processor, 4-8 GB memory storage and 3.0 USB connectivity. Read the rest of this entry »


Until a few years ago, it was common for people to use a laptop for working on the go. It wasn’t exactly the lightest of gadgets but there weren’t any options to choose from. Therefore, people were willing to bear the burden of heavy laptops on long journeys just to get some work done. Luckily for all of them, there are a number of alternatives available as of now and the best part is that they cut down on the weight while retaining the performance. Depending on your expectations and requirements, you can choose from a variety of gadgets like smartphones, tablets, ultrabooks or netbooks. Read the rest of this entry »


Ultrabooks, or ultra-portable laptops, have been becoming increasingly popular lately. Their slim and lightweight design coupled with their superb battery life make them a very appealing buy for anyone looking for a new laptop, though they do have a few limitations. Surprisingly, out of the top 10 laptops reviewed on alaTest, 4 of them are ultrabooks. Read the rest of this entry »


There are some new faces among out top-ranked laptops. The big names you’re likely familiar with, like Apple, Dell, and Toshiba have found themselves bumped down on our list recently. The newcomers to the top 5? Asus and Acer. Read the rest of this entry »

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