Best Ultrabooks

Review & Comparison, Last Update June 26, 2018
If a conventional laptop seems too bulky for you - choose a much thinner and more compact ultrabook. These devices are extremely convenient and they are used mostly by people who are always on the go. Check out our informative ultrabook review and make the best pick. ...Read more ...Read less
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PROS

The carbon-fiber base for the keyboard is extremely convenient when you type a lot since it does not heat up that much from your palms, staying comfortably cool to the touch.

CONS

Windows 10 takes up 1/3 of the storage space.

OUR VERDICT

"Remarkably compact, lightweight, and stylish" — that's what is said about this Dell touchscreen laptop. Powerful CPU and nice 13.3" display will leave you utterly satisfied.

detailed parameters
CPU

Intel Quad-Core i5-8250U (1.6 - 3.4 GHz)

RAM

8 GB

GPU

Intel HD Graphics 620

Storage

128 GB SSD

Screen

13.3" InfinityEdge™ Touchscreen Display with Corning Gorilla Glass protection

1920 x 1080 (166 ppi)

Interfaces

2 x USB 3.0 , 1 USB-C 3.1 / Thunderbolt 3, 1 SD card reader, 1 Headset jack, 1 Noble lock slot

Battery Life

4-cell battery (up to 11 hours)

Dimensions

11.98" x 0.6" x 7.88"

2.7 lbs

Warranty

1 year

PROS

Thanks to the unique phase change material used in aerospace industry and in this Ultrabook's cooling system, the risk of overheating the processor is close to zero.

CONS

Most of the peripherals are to be connected via MateDock.

OUR VERDICT

A 13" display with 2160x1440  resolution makes this Huawei MateBook X a perfect Ultrabook to watch and edit photos and video on-the-go; every detail will be clear and smooth-looking.

detailed parameters
CPU

Intel Dual-Core i5-7200U (2.5 - 3.1 GHz)

RAM

8 GB

GPU

Intel HD Graphics 620

Storage

256 GB SSD

Screen

13" display with Corning Gorilla Glass protection

2160 x 1440 (200 ppi)

Interfaces

2 x USB-C 3.1, 1 Headset jack

MateDock 2.0: 1 USB 3.0, 1 USB-C 3.1, 1 HDMI 1.4, 1 VGA

Battery Life

4-cell battery (up to 8.5 hours)

Dimensions

11.26" x 0.49" x 8.31"

2.31 lbs

Warranty

1 year

PROS

The Splendid feature offers you the selection of 4 preset modes geared towards the quicker image adjustment based on the launched application.

CONS

Some customers find web camera color rendering lacking.

OUR VERDICT

If you travel a lot and sometimes lack the time or opportunity to charge your laptop this model is your best shot, its built-in battery works up to 12 hours without recharging.

detailed parameters
CPU

Intel Quad-Core i5-8250U (1.6 - 3.4 GHz)

RAM

8 GB

GPU

Intel HD Graphics 620

Storage

256 GB SSD

Screen

13.3" Display

1920 x 1080 (166 ppi)

Interfaces

2 x USB 3.0, 1 micro HDMI 1.4, 1 USB-C 3.1, 1 SD card reader, 1 Headset jack

Battery Life

4-cell battery (up to 12 hours)

Dimensions

12.7" x 0.5" x 8.7"

2.6 lbs

Warranty

1 year

PROS

The quality HD web camera with enhanced optics and the sensitive mic equipped with the Acer Purified.Voice make Skype calls and video conferences flawlessly comfortable.

CONS

Might look a bit bulkier than it actually is.

OUR VERDICT

If you are looking for a powerful laptop suitable for multimedia-related tasks, look no more: the 15.6" Acer model is on par with some monoblocks and desktops yet it costs way less.

detailed parameters
CPU

Intel Quad-Core i5-8250U (1.6 - 3.4 GHz)

RAM

8 GB

GPU

Intel HD Graphics 620

Storage

256 GB SSD

Screen

15.6" display

1920 x 1080 (141 ppi)

Interfaces

2 x USB 3.0, 1 USB 2.0, 1 HDMI 1.4, 1 USB-C 3.1, 1 SD card reader, 1 Headset jack

Battery Life

4-cell battery (up to 10 hours)

Dimensions

14.59" x 0.74"x 10.04" 

4.41 lbs

Warranty

1 year

PROS

Never pass the opportunity to enjoy the clear and loud sound. The JBL® Speakers with Dolby Audio™ are good enough to listen to your favorite music at high volume without separate acoustics.

CONS

It takes some time to get used to the keyboard.

OUR VERDICT

The Lenovo Yoga 710 has a 360° swiveling lid so you can use it as a laptop as well as a tablet; the Tent and Stand modes make it one of the most flexible ultrabooks on the market.

detailed parameters
CPU

Intel Dual-Core i5-7200U (2.5 - 3.1 GHz)

RAM

8 GB

GPU

Intel HD Graphics 620

Storage

256 GB SSD

Screen

15.6" touchscreen display

1920 x 1080 (141 ppi)

Interfaces

2 x USB 3.0 (1 x always-on), 1 Micro HDMI 1.4, SD Card Reader, 1 DisplayPort™ (combo with HDMI™), 1 Headset jack

Battery Life

4-cell battery (up to 9 hours)

Dimensions

14.1" x 0.7" x 9.6"

4.45 lbs

Warranty

1 year

Dell Dell XPS 13 9360

Nearly Edgeless

Probably, the most prominent innovation this Dell touchscreen laptop brings to the market is its display border. Which is almost non-existent. We're not unused to frameless displays overall, they've been present in our lives for quite some time already—in TVs and desktop monitors, but laptop manufacturers were (and are) still rather hesitant about this feature. The reason for that is obvious: portable devices like laptops, let alone ultimately travel-friendly ultrabooks, have a lot more chances to get damaged compared to any devices we leave at home, hence, the laptop screens usually need the frame as means of extra protection. In this model, Dell decided to forego this and place their stake on visual appeal and a wider display at smaller laptop size. And they've won—their InfinityEdge touchscreen is something worth paying for. Even though its resolution is the standard 1920x1080, the sheer look of the device and the quality of the image are top-level.

That being said, it's not like Dell has slacked with protection. Their ultrabook is very durable thanks to the all-aluminum unibody and the Corning Gorilla Glass 4 display, it won't break easily. It also makes the laptop just a tiny bit heavier than some competitors but still, it only weighs 2.7 lbs so nothing to worry about.

Review of Dell Dell XPS 13 9360 13.3" Laptop with InfinityEdge TouchScreen (1920x1080)

A Network of Peripherals

Additional toughness is provided to this model by the carbon-fiber base; it also makes the keyboard cool to the touch and comfortable to work with even when your workload is huge and you have the habit of typing for hours on end.

The connectivity options in this sleek ultrabook might give some laptops a run for their money. Though the model is quite thin, the variety of ports in it is really nice: in addition to the more or less standard set consisting of 2 USB 3.0 ports (one with a PowerShare feature), an SD / SDHC / SDXC card reader, a Noble lock slot, and a headset jack, there is a Thunderbolt 3 port as well. The Thunderbolt 3 also supports PowerShare, charging, and it can connect to the USB, DisplayPort, PCI Express devices; connection to the Thunderbolt-equipped gadgets is a given, of course. Finally, the Thunderbolt 3 is a port that provides you with much more bandwidth than the average USB, an invaluable property for the target audience of ultrabooks, who tend to be in a constant hurry. And you will need as many connectivity options as possible since the only downside to this model might be a significant one for some customers: with only 128 GB of storage space and Windows 10 taking up the third of it, if you need to keep a plethora of large files with you, you might find an external SSD drive a necessity.

Summing up, the Dell touchscreen laptop is a very high-performing device good for many if not all tasks but it is also an option for those not too restricted by the budget and willing to pay a bit extra just for the sleek looks.

Dell Dell XPS 13 9360 13.3" Laptop with InfinityEdge TouchScreen (1920x1080) in the use

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Huawei MateBook X

Multimedia Mate

Huawei is not widely known as the manufacturer of laptops, throughout the years they were famous for their top-shelf smartphones. Now it seems they've decided to come out of the shadows and conquer the market with their MateBook X ultrabook. This model is remarkable in several ways.

First and foremost, we must point out that this gadget is less business and more entertainment. It is geared towards the movie and music lovers, maybe gamers. However, that is if we talk about the traditional business persons, those wearing suits and looking all, well, businesslike. Luckily, that's not the only business type nowadays.

If you are a designer, an artist, a photographer, a video editor or just about anyone whose job deals with digital visuals, this is your perfect business laptop. Its 13" display offers no less than 2160x1440 pixels resolution. When you need to see every detail of the image on the screen, there is no better ultrabook than this one, the images it provides are vibrant and clear. And for those of us handling audio on a regular basis, the Huawei MateBook X offers Dolby Atmos Sound System and speakers specifically designed and tuned to use this system. The combination of these features is what makes this model the best ultrabook for multimedia industry professionals and hobbyists as well as for those who are simply in love with action movies.

Review of Huawei MateBook X 13" Laptop with 2K Display and MateDock v2.0 included

Laptop of the Future

The MateBook X is an unbelievably thin ultrabook, it's not even 0.5" in thickness. Might be the thinnest, ever, it will take less space in your bag than some magazines. And despite its size and the equally thin bezel of its screen (only 4.4 mm), the model is very durable thanks to being encased in a metallic unibody and having a Corning Gorilla Glass to protect the display. But that's even not half of what Huawei has to offer.

During the manufacturing of this ultrabook, a phase-change material was used. Phase-change materials are sometimes used in computer cooling systems but rarely in ultrabooks as these materials are in a league of their own. More often you can encounter them in space-related industries. What we're trying to say here is that the cooling system of the Huawei MateBook X is next to none in quality, you can virtually forget about the danger of overheating your gadget.

Here's another "message from the future" the Huawei sends to their customers in this thin, lightweight, and compact laptop—it has a waterproof keyboard with a fingerprint scanner for a power button. That's like all those spy movies! Lock your data and turn the computer on via fingerprint authentification. Pretty cool, right?

There are, of course, some cons to this device; after all, complete perfection is nonexistent. The feature-packing just had to create some stress for the battery; hence, you will need to charge this ultrabook more often than some other models, its battery holds up for about 8.5 hours at a normal pace, which is not all that little, if you think about it, but not too much either. The other drawback is that owing to the thin profile, most of your other gadgets will need a sort of an adapter to connect to the MateBook, the laptop itself only has two Type-C ports directly on its body; all other ports are connected via a special device called MateDock. Luckily, it is included in the box with the laptop, you don't need to buy it separately.

Huawei MateBook X 13" Laptop with 2K Display and MateDock v2.0 included in the use

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ASUS UX330UA-AH55

Experience Zen

For many people out there ASUS is not just a laptop manufacturer but the laptop manufacturer, the most famous, respected, and valued. To anyone who has ever tried ASUS laptops, they often stay faithful to this company for life. The reason for that is simple—ASUS means quality, innovation, and constant movement. They make fantastic portable computers. This ASUS ZenBook is a device that only proves this statement once again.

The ultrabook is equipped with an Intel Core i5 processor (you can choose between the 7th and the 8th generation), 8GB RAM, and 256GB storage space, all of which make it one of the fastest devices in the category. Plus, it has a fingerprint reader and uses the Windows Hello to launch the system more quickly.

The ASUS ZenBook is compact and lightweight but also really stylish. The concentric circles on the lid inspired by Zen gardens add a calm touch to the hectic days ahead of us. The ultrabook is generally very pleasant to the touch, smooth and shiny. Nevertheless, the body is encased in metal, meaning it is quite durable. Knowing it is ASUS, we do believe the gadget will serve you for quite some time. If you are looking for good ultrabooks for students and business persons at a non-daunting price, this one is a good choice.

Review of ASUS UX330UA-AH55 13.3" Laptop with Full HD Display, Backlit keyboard and Fingerprint

Hours and Hours

The ZenBook is also a good option for watching videos, mainly thanks to the sound it produces—developed in coordination with Harman Kardon, the sound system here is something other ultrabooks might be jealous of. The visuals the display offers may not be at the level of a professional monitor for photographers but for an ultrabook, the 100% sRGB and 74% AdobeRGB color gamut is considered to be a top-level characteristic. The ZenBook has a resolution of Full HD, the 1920x1080; it is a more or less standard resolution for ultrabooks and even most laptops, including gaming ones. There are, of course, options with higher resolution but they are usually quite costly.

The connectivity options are the following: on the body of the ASUS ZenBook, you will find 3 USB 3.0 ports, a super fast USB 3.1 Type-C, a micro HDMI, and a slot for an SD card. One of the USB ports is designed for fast charging. All in all, an extensive selection for an ultrabook, most of them offer either one or two USB ports.

Finally, the most valuable feature for any extremely busy person out there, we've left it for the end as a cherry on the top. The thing that makes ZenBooks good ultrabooks for students is that they have a battery life of 12 hours! That's generally more than even more expensive competitors have to offer. So grab it and go if you are someone who needs to do a lot of work and has little time to stop and wait as the laptop recharges.

ASUS UX330UA-AH55 13.3" Laptop with Full HD Display, Backlit keyboard and Fingerprint in the use

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Acer SF514-51-5706K

Faster and More Stable

The Acer Swift 3 is a little bigger than your average ultrabook, that is true. Its screen diagonal is 15.6" making it the size of a traditional laptop. However, it is less than an inch thick (0.74"), thinner and lighter than most laptops. It might actually look bulkier on the pictures but it is truly compact despite the display size. Besides, it is also powerful enough to be compared with some desktop PCs, which is, considering the price of this gadget, quite a feat.

The RAM of the Acer Swift 3 is 8GB, same as many other ultrabooks, but what differs it from them is that this memory is of the latest DDR4 standard instead of DDR3. DDR4 has much higher clocking and data transfer speed possibilities. What does it mean for you, a person simply looking for a compact yet well-performing laptop? Well, for non-tech-savvy users out there, the DDR4, first and foremost, works faster, so if you tend to spend your time in "heavy" applications like photo or video editing ones, the enhancement in speed the newer standard provides will build up to quite a significant rise in your working pace. And the DDR4 does this while consuming less voltage and offering better stability. You can also upgrade your 8GB RAM to up to 16GB one if you need.

Review of Acer SF514-51-5706K 15.6" Laptop with Full HD Display

Solid Option at Affordable Price

The ultrabook comes with Windows 10 Home edition installed, including the Windows Hello feature. This means the Acer Swift 3 has a fingerprint scanner. You can lock your laptop with a fingerprint and no soul will access it without your presence. This feature also adds to the launching speed of the laptop, so here's that as well.

The Acer Swift 3 laptops make good ultrabooks for students, especially those studying online or, on the contrary, far away from home, as well as for freelancers and business persons that often hold skype conferences or make important Skype calls on a daily basis. That is owing to the high-quality HD web camera and the Acer Purified. Voice feature, created for and certified by Skype for Business; the latter feature is fairly unique, it filters out the noise that is not your voice like the sound of typing on your keyboard so that your opponent can hear you clearly and no misunderstanding occurs. Highly valuable and sometimes a great money saver (when applied to work situations).

The model has the full package of connectivity options an ultrabook is ought to have: 2 USB 3.0, a USB 2.0, an HDMI port, an SD card reader, a headphone jack, and the high-speed USB 3.1 Type-C. The keyboard is also backlit so working at night or just in a badly lit room is not a problem. The glaring problem in sunny premises is also solved via an IPS panel, though it is not anything unusual in this type of devices. All in all, this gadget is a solid budget option without too many bells and whistles.

Acer SF514-51-5706K 15.6" Laptop with Full HD Display in the use

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Lenovo Yoga 710

Two-in-One

Having purchased the Lenovo Yoga 710, you get two devices: an ultrabook and a tablet. The laptop has a 360° flip-and-fold design, meaning you can either set it as a normal laptop when you type, as a tent when you watch movies or as a stand when you talk to your friends via Skype and don't need the keyboard. Pretty neat, right?

Granted, this model is a little bigger than an average tablet, it's 15.6" in diagonal, the size of a small laptop. However, it is thin and pretty lightweight, the characteristics a full-size laptop can rarely boast. And, of course, there is a touchscreen with 10-point multitouch support for when dealing with a keyboard and a mouse is too much hassle. This will come in handy when you have limited space, for example, or just nowhere to put the laptop: just fold it back, hold in your hand and do whatever you need to do with the free hand.

The Lenovo Yoga 710 display offers Full HD resolution of 1920x1080, you can enjoy your favorite movies with a great quality, noticing even tiny details. The built-in JBL stereo speakers with Dolby Audio Premium also count in favor of using this ultrabook for entertainment as they are good enough for the sound to not get distorted at high volumes.

Review of Lenovo Yoga 710 15.6" 2-in-1 Laptop with FHD Touch-Screen

Wallet-Friendly Compact Laptop

Communication is an integral part of our life, and these compact laptops were designed with the understanding of that. This particular ultrabook has an HD web camera with two microphones; thanks to them, your Skype calls will be utterly comfortable—your opponents will see and hear you clearly. This is great for business persons who hold video conferences, for Skype job interviews, as well as for students who go to college far away from home and talk to their parents, siblings, friends, and significant others whom they had to leave behind for the time being.

The Lenovo Yoga 710 is equipped with the 7th generation Intel Core i5 processor and 8 GB DDR4 RAM, the one offering fastest clocking speed today. The 256 GB of internal storage is usually more than enough for all your accumulated documents, presentations, and mail, even some of your favorite movies and music. If you do come to the point when additional storage is required, there is a standard set of connectivity options: 2 USB 3.0 ports, a memory card slot that supports SD, MultiMediaCard, SDHC, and SDXC. With a micro HDMI port, you can watch movies from the ultrabook on a big TV screen.

All the above is, admittedly, the more or less obvious selection of features and the device offers little extra but what it does offer makes it a strong competitor on the market within the affordable price range.

Lenovo Yoga 710 15.6" 2-in-1 Laptop with FHD Touch-Screen in the use

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What Is an Ultrabook?

Ultrabook laptops are relatively new devices that have entered the market quite recently. They are an off-shoot of conventional laptops. The very name 'ultrabook' denotes a compact, very thin, lightweight laptop with stunning battery life. And there's another requirement for ultrabook laptops — performance. These gadgets must be capable of dealing with virtually any tasks. For comparison, tablets, the other highly portable, thin, and lightweight computers, are somewhat limited in tasks and very rarely can manage hi-end photo and video editing, for example. They also need external keyboards and don't have all that many connectivity options besides SD cards and wireless, whereas ultrabooks are basically laptops and offer many if not all necessary characteristics. Ultrabooks are a totally new type of mobile computers created to be ideal for busy people who always need to have a laptop at hand, who are constantly on the move and/or travel a lot, and so on. That's why ultrabook laptops are very popular with business persons and entrepreneurs: being great performance-wise and yet very lightweight, they are the best work companions one can imagine.

However, if portability is less important than top performance you are welcome to pick one of 5 best gaming laptops from our shortlist.

What Features to Compare

When choosing an ultrabook, you must remember that it has to correspond to all the most important criteria we have chosen for our ultrabook ratings.

The first thing you need to consider is the Performance - a key issue for any computers and an ultrabook is no exception. The performance depends on the hardware any ultrabook has (CPU, RAM capacity, GPU, etc.). No need to remind you that a CPU is a true heart of any computer. The overall laptop operation depends on it - the more powerful the CPU is, the faster your ultrabook runs. As usual, ultrabook laptops have Intel Core CPUs that have multiple cores (usually 2) and low energy consumption. The responsiveness of your ultrabook's software depends on RAM capacity. The higher it is, the more apps you can run simultaneously without a slow-down of the OS. If you need to create graphics or, for example, play PC games, make sure to find out what GPU every ultrabook laptop has. In general, they are either dedicated or integrated (also called embedded). An integrated GPU is a part of CPU responsible for dealing with video signals. Of course, it's less powerful than a dedicated GPU. An integrated GPU consumes little energy and shows sufficient performance for rendering HD videos, etc. By contrast, a dedicated GPU is the best pick for gaming and graphics editing. No need to say, an ultrabook with a dedicated GPU is more expensive than those having embedded graphics cards. Moreover, keep in mind that any modern ultrabook with a dedicated GPU also has an embedded one and it switches between them in order to reduce energy consumption. Finally, check out what kind of storage an ultrabook has. As usual, either hard disk drives (HDDs) or solid-state drives (SSDs) are used. SSDs are far superior in terms of data transfer rate.

Next, you should make a careful choice of the Screen. No need to say, anyone wants to see the best picture possible and there are several criteria that determine it. For example, different ultrabook manufacturers use different panel technologies. There are several major panel types and you should know what they differ in:

  • TN (Twisted Nematic) - that's an affordable and rather old technology that boasts a good response time, but color rendering is rather mediocre, the contrast ratio is low, the viewing angles aren't wide.
  • MVA (Multi-Domain Vertical Alignment) - this panel technology boasts the great brightness and contrast ratio, nice color rendering, but the viewing angles are below 160 degrees (so, colors get distorted) and the response time is only 25ms.
  • IPS (In-Panel Switching) - this panel type boasts the best color rendering, perfect viewing angles (170-180 degrees), the high contrast ratio, but this technology is more expensive and, moreover, the responsiveness isn't record-high.

Also, more and more devices today have touchscreens that make using the OS a lot easier. Thus, decide for yourself if you need it and choose an appropriate ultrabook laptop.

Finally, don't forget to check the Portability and Convenience of every ultrabook, by which we mean the thickness and the battery life. Any ultrabook should be as thin as possible in order to be lightweight and truly portable. Conventional laptops are rather big and weigh more than 2kg, but ultrabooks are much lighter. Therefore, it's much easier to carry them around. And the battery life is also a key point - if you are constantly on the go, you should get an ultrabook capable of working autonomously for around 10 hours. If you prefer using an ultrabook laptop at home, however, battery life isn't that much important. In the end, make sure to check the sound quality of every device, because sometimes it really matters (for conference calls, for entertainment, etc.). Most ultrabooks have built-in cameras of more or less the same capabilities, but we still recommend you to check what the maximum resolution of every webcam is.

Did you know?

There are no ultrabooks powered by AMD processors

We're used to calling any thin compact laptop an ultrabook, aside from maybe only MacBooks and Chromebooks since they are also somewhat set aside as types in their own right. But that is actually incorrect and not all highly portable computers are ultrabooks. In reality, the name "Ultrabook" was patented by Intel in 2012 and, therefore, can not have any other processor but the one made by Intel. AMD, being Intel's ultimate rivals, has a special place in the list of companies that will never manufacture ultrabooks. At least, not under that name, of course. This does not mean there are no compact and thin laptops with AMD processors because there are, they are just called, well, laptops. True, it does not stop people who are not computer geeks from generalizing and calling the, say, Ryzen mobile-powered laptops ultrabooks as well.

Some sacrifices were made to design ultrabooks as portable and lightweight as they are now

Nothing comes without a price, everybody knows that. Even at the pace the technology is developing today, making laptops this thin and light was not the easiest task and certain things had to be eliminated. The first and most noticeable part of a traditional laptop that is not present in ultrabooks is the optical drive. It was quite a bulky mechanism, in fact, and the one that the developers either could not or did not want to try and make smaller. To run a CD/DVD on an ultrabook, you will need an external drive. Though, with all kinds of memory cards and external drives connected via USB ports, you might even not need that.

Another loss that happened, and one you might actually see as a loss in certain circumstances, is the Ethernet port. Ultrabooks connect to the Internet via Wi-Fi only and if it happens that your Wi-Fi router stops working for some reason, your gadget will be left without the connection to the world network for the time being. This is when you might want to thank smartphones for their hotspot feature.

There are actual "must have" characteristics for ultrabooks

How thin is "thin"? Things like that are kind of subjective, for someone who is used to desktop computers any laptop will be thin. With ultrabooks, though, this parameter is in fact clearly set and it is 0.8 inches or 2 cm. Anything that is thicker than that can not be called an ultrabook, imagine that. Even if it's 0.9 inches. Well, the patent owner is the one who's the boss.

There are more to this. Believe it or not but currently, all ultrabooks come with Windows 10 operational system. No Linux, no iOS (well, Apple has their own laptop "brand" anyway), no Windows 7 or 8 even. Windows 10 is the prerequisite to these particular devices. Not like anyone's complaining, Windows 10 is actually the best of them all anyway.

Finally, another "must" for ultrabooks is that they all use SSD drives, no HDDs. This is because ultrabooks are advertised as the fastest lightweight laptops and SSD drives offer much better performance speed-wise than HDD ones. To make the laptops' launch and return from sleep as fast as possible and to make them the most powerful gadgets in the class, manufacturers swiftly transferred to SSDs.

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