Best ultrabooks

Ultrabooks aim to offer the best of portability and performance in a single package. Here are the best we've seen so far, whether traditional, touchscreen or convertible hybrids.

It's early 2014, and we've seen a lot of official Intel Ultrabook activity to date. There have been more than a few misses in that time, but we're finally seeing enough hits that it felt ripe for an updated round-up. With Windows 8 being touch centric, there's now a good selection of touchscreen options for us to highlight, as well as the new-look hybrid tablet options. Plus a couple of traditional non-touch options that just know how to give a gorgeous laptop experience in a slick, thin form factor.


Previous Story

Lenovo ThinkPad E540

Computers
Next Story

Best Haswell laptops



Add Your Comment 5


Post comment as
 

CampbellS posted a comment   

I have the Asus 13.3inch UX32VD. Its better than the UX31A as it has a 1GB Nvida card , I replaced the 7200rpm with a 250GB SSD and it now runs probably better than the UX31A.

 

lalex81 posted a comment   
Australia

Why is the 15" Asus Zenbook Prime not available in Australia?

It's available overseas since November.

 

FHorobin posted a comment   
Australia

I noticed you've also not included the Toshiba Z930 reviewed in December. http://www.cnet.com.au/toshiba-satellite-z930-339342751.htm

Also any chance you're going to get to review the Sony Vaio T14 (model SVT14117CGS)

 

snuke posted a comment   
Australia

What about the Asus UX31A from this review?
http://www.cnet.com.au/asus-zenbook-prime-ux31a-339340262.htm

You gave it a 9.0!

 

Seamus Byrne posted a reply   
Australia

Noted and added! Thanks for paying attention. :-)




Sponsored Links

Recently Viewed Products