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This year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada gave us a hint of what direction our beloved gadgets are headed, Ultrabooks included of course. Intel’s booth, which showcased a wide range of Ultrabooks from different manufacturers, proved to consumers that the company is still as significant as before despite setbacks in the desktop and laptop industry due to the emergence of cheap and powerful smartphones. Aside from introducing the lineup of Ultrabooks for 2013, Intel also unveiled their newest Atom processor line, a bold move in equipping devices not just with powerful processors but also energy-efficient ones. So here … Continue reading
Lenovo is releasing a new update to the existing ThinkPad Carbon X1 updating it with a touch screen display. Remember the Lenovo Carbon X1, that gorgeous full carbon fibre built Ultrabook perfect for home use yet aimed at business folk primarily? Well it is a perfectly crafted piece of kit offering great specification and build quality, yet with the release of Windows 8, it is outdated sat alongside the wealth of touch screen laptops on the market. Fret no more then, potential purchaser, because Lenovo is going to release a touch enabled Carbon X1 making it possibly the perfect Ultrabook … Continue reading
Thin, thin, thin. It’s all manufacturers can talk about these days, with a myriad of Ultrabooks thin enough to slice a cake (seriously), it’s often easy enough to forget about the sister specification, lightness. Ultrabooks by definition are both thin and light, but priorities are a thing of uniqueness and we happen to know there are a fair few of you out there looking for only the lightest Ultrabooks on the market, so read on as we discover them together. Lenovo Thinkpad Carbon X1 13.3″, 1809g The beautiful Thinkpad Carbon X1 has won many hearts in the Ultrabook world, for a good … Continue reading
As a blogger covering Ultrabook news I can firmly put my hand on my heart and say that the Lenovo Carbon X1 has been the hottest anticipated Ultrabook of 2012. Marking Lenovo’s first every foray in to taking the Thinkpad brand in to the Ultrabook market, the Carbon X1 follows the likes of the Lenovo IdeaPad U310 and IdeaPad U410, two consumer focused Ultrabooks marked and priced for the mid-range segment. Of course, the Carbon X1 is however far more expensive than either of Lenovo’s IdeaPad offerings and for a very good reason; this Ultrabook is aimed at business users, … Continue reading
Recent reports have just hit our inbox that the ThinkPad Carbon X1 Ultrabook will be released worldwide at the end of August this month. The announcement was made by Lenovo themselves at an event in Beijing, by ThinkPad business VP Dilip Bhatia. The ThinkPad Carbon X1 brings with it a wealth of excellent features to the consumer, including 3G connectivity. The 14-inch, 18mm-thin 3-pound laptop is Lenovo’s best Ultrabook yet, which Lenovo hopes will sell like a hot cake with another feature beings its ability to charge to 80% in 35 minutes. Yesterday, we revealed that Lenovo has concerns surrounding the … Continue reading
If you have been shopping around online for an Ultrabook lately as well as hitting up the latest news, you will have probably found a wealth of fantastic looking top-end Ultrabooks which whilst fantastic aren’t quite within your price bracket. It is true that whilst Ultrabooks are all the rage currently and will only get more mainstream in the coming year, it is pretty hard work trying to find an Ultrabook for under £700 which is actually any good. Today, we are going to look at your main options if you are in the market for a sub £700 Ultrabook. … Continue reading
So you want an Ultrabook, this is an understandable desire, the mere sight of your laptop causes waves of nausea to wash over you, you think to yourself “if only I could shed this computational weight, this unnecessary bulk, and join the master race”. Alas, there’s a problem, you can’t stomach the idea of stepping down to a 13.3″ screen, it seems a fate worse than death itself. Well, worry no more, because true to Intel’s promise of larger screen sizes on 2012′s Ultrabooks has come to fruition. Read on as we delve into the wonderful world of 14″ and 15″ Ultrabooks. HP … Continue reading