Laptops have always been a preferred choice for the business class, chiefly because of its portability. Packing in all the features of a PC into a small body was a major challenge for the designers of the laptops but they did a magnificent job nonetheless. However, over the years, people realized the need for something that would be lighter in terms of weight (than the laptop) and yet sport the same features. This is how ultrabook’s came into being.
Portability and mobility are two entirely different things. The laptops were portable but the new ultrabook’s offer both portability and mobility. Hence, they score big over their previous self. Below are some of the tips on how to get yourself a perfect ultrabook.
When you are looking for a good portable ultrabook, you would first need to ask yourself the reason behind the same. If it is for personal usage to handle the day-to-day things, then you may simply rely upon the 14 inch standard ultrabook designs. However, if you need the same for making presentations and more sophisticated things, then it’s better if you get hold of a 15.6 inch device, which is more apt for these jobs.
Weight is obviously an issue here. The only reason for you to go for a ultrabook instead of a laptop is mobility. Ultrabook’s deliver right where the laptops failed to deliver. Hence, going for a lighter ultrabook makes more sense. Set your priorities right and find out if you would have to carry the same for long hours. If so, then you should get a lighter design to suit your purpose.
When you are opting for a ultrabook, you are obviously concerned about the weight of the device. But that, by no means should make you compromise on the feature aspect. I mean what good the device would be of, if it comes without the new features. Hence, make sure that you lay hands upon an ultrabook which has all the features that you require.
Yes, these are important too. There are many budget ultrabook’s available in the market which are rather good in terms of specs but offer few ports for you to link devices. If you deal with a lot of portable devices to transfer files and other such stuff, you would obviously need something which offers you more ports.
Well, if you remember these three tips while getting yourself a ultrabook, you would know that you have bought yourself the right thing. Screen size, weight of the device and the features (specs of the device) matter the most. This is the sole reason that they have been included in this post. Imagine owning a device which is rather high on features but is bulkier and sports a small screen. Would it still hold good for you? I seriously doubt that! Hence, first try to assess the features that you would require in the device (including the size and weight). Once you are done with it, you would surely know which ultrabook to go for.