Best Ultrabooks Available in the market

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A very impressive spec sheet combined with strong performance makes these five ultrabooks a dream purchase.

Think that all ultrabooks are expensive? Not really! Yes, the general perception states that buying from this new category of computing devices does require that you part with a significant chunk of your cash. For the most part, this trend runs true. But there are also a series of ultrabook options that don't cost an arm and a leg.


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What we have here is a list of ultrabooks that will do the job, within a strict budget. This list, for the sake of simplicity, is arranged in the order of ascending price.

Lenovo IdeaPad U310 (Rs 44,000)

The IdeaPad U310 does have a very impressive spec sheet -- latest generation Ivy Bridge Intel Core i3 processor, 4GB of RAM, a 500GB hard drive and 24GB of flash storage.

The 13.3-inch display has a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. The performance offered by the 1.4GHz processor is quite stable, and the 24GB flash storage really helps speed the system along by caching the data on that instead of the slower hard drive.

Boot times are massively improved as well. The build quality is quite good, and while the looks are very understated, the sophistication bit is undeniable. Some say it looks very much like a MacBook.

We will not agree or disagree with that, but if it does look like a MacBook, then kudos to Lenovo for achieving that within this price bracket.

The Surface Book 2 is an all-around top choice for anyone who wants a versatile desktop replacement in the form of a modular Ultrabook. The touch display detaches from the keyboard and touchpad, delivering a phenomenal tablet experience (especially when coupled with the Surface Pen), and together you have a productivity machine with comfy keyboard and large Precision touchpad.


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Plenty of performance options, including 8th Gen Intel Core processors (CPU) and NVIDIA graphics (GPU), mean you can get as much (or more) done here as you would on a standard desktop PC.

The Dell XPS 13 (about $1,650) is an alternative option if you don't need an Ultrabook with a modular design. You're still getting a 13.3-inch 4K display, 8th Gen Intel Core i7 CPU, 16GB of RAM, and a 512GB PCIe SSD, all contained in one of the slimmest and best looking bodies on the market.


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These  were some best ultrabooks available in the market. Always be careful while choosing your PC, be aware of all the specifications and get home your perfect stylish mate.