Signs you may need an Ultrabook
Many people now may be questioning whether or not an Ultrabook™, the new class of computer that is quickly redefining the laptop market, is right for them. While similar to a traditional notebook, the Ultrabook also features functionality that goes above and beyond what the average user is accustomed to.
Comparing these features to one's computing habits will provide the basis for whether an Ultrabook should be purchased over a traditional device.
For starters, prospective buyers should take into account how much time they use their computers on battery power. Whether at a coffee shop or an airport, being able to use a computer without a plug around is key. If that's the case, then a user will ultimately benefit from the extended battery life of an Ultrabook, which can last up to about nine hours in many cases.
The portability required by a user is also important. Ultrabooks are lightweight, slim and built with a sleek design in mind. That makes them even easier to slip into a briefcase or backpack and take on the go. If users often find themselves on their computers outside the house, then perhaps a closer look at an Ultrabook is warranted.