Since being introduced as competition for the MacBook Air, Ultrabooks have come a long way. They manage slim and lightweight designs without compromising on performance. Full-size Intel Core processors, lightning-fast SSD storage and superb battery life are only a few factor’s responsible for the Ultrabook’s success.
More than anything else, though, Ultrabooks represent the bleeding edge of what laptops can be; case in point the sexy yet competent Acer Swift 7, the revolutionary Lenovo Yoga Book and Microsoft’s own contributions, the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book. While not all necessitate as Ultrabooks by definition, the influence they’ve drawn is evident.
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