Ultrabooks are a style of notebook computers that focus on portability and battery life by using a solid state drives, low power Intel U-Series processors, and dropping bulky components like Ethernet ports and optic drives. Ultrabooks are ideal for users who want a fully functional computer that is light, small, and can be taken just about anywhere.
The physical size of Ultrabooks hasn’t stopped them from offering massive storage space. The Ultrabook may be small in size, but it’s powerful enough for even the most avid computer user with a full 1TB of memory. Because a TB of storage can hold 1000 hours of digital video, 250 two hour DVD videos, and 1.5 million minutes of music, this powerhouse of a computer may very well be the ideal entertainment system for travelers on the go.
But this class of notebooks isn’t just made for fun. 1TB Ultrabooks are full-fledged laptops capable of taking care of all of your business needs, as well. And people who are loyal to their favorite brands are in luck, Ultrabooks are made by all the best manufacturers in the tech world. In a November, 2015 article by techradar.com, the top 10 Ultrabooks came from brands such as Dell, Asus, Lenovo, Surface, HP, Acer, Toshiba, and Samsung.
If you’re looking for an Ultrabook on a budget, take a look at the Asus ZenBook UX305 or the Dell XPS 13. These two Ultrabooks make the list of the top 10 best, but won’t break the bank. If you have a few extra dollars to spend (and by a few, I mean an extra $1500 or so), the top of the line Ultrabooks are the Surface Book, Lenovo Yoga 900, or the Asus ZenBook Pro UX501. No matter which Ultrabook you choose, you’re sure to be pleased to find so much power in such a small package.