What is ultrabook?

It is called an ultrabook for the laptop (or laptop), which is characterized by its slim design and low weight. An ultrabook is therefore lighter than a notebook or netbook.

In 2011, the term ultrabook was registered by the American company Intel. Anyway, today the concept is used at a generic level to refer to this class of computers in addition to the brand of its processor. Ultrabooks are considered state-of-the-art equipment thanks to their excellent performance. They often have more advanced features than traditional laptops and even desktops.

The price range of ultrabooks is very wide because it depends on the screen size, weight and performance, among other variables. In a broad sense, it can be said that ultrabooks weigh no more than 2.5 kilos , with a screen between 13 and 17 inches . When buying an ultrabook, like any other laptop, it’s important to consider what it will be used for. Those who want to play with the computer have different needs than those who plan to do office work or who want to edit audiovisual content, just to name a few possibilities. A particularity of ultrabooks is that there are convertible models. This means that it is possible to disassemble the screen (which is tactile) to use it as a tablet or that a different keyboard can be incorporated to modify its characteristics.

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