Don't-Miss Ultrabook Stories
Whether you're a business user or a consumer, this is the best Ultrabook so far.
Most of the original Kirabook's shortcomings have been addressed, but Toshiba's competitors haven't stood still.
This business-oriented portable delivers on speed and battery life, but its support options are staid by corporate standards.
This third iteration of Dell's tiny laptop is definitely the best.
This quietly elegant executive notebook is small, slim, sturdy, and a dream to use. If you take frequent short trips (battery life is its biggest shortcoming) and work a lot en route, you’ll want this computer.
Think all trackpads are the same? Run your fingers over HP’s new Control Zone.
This super-svelte Ultrabook/tablet hybrid comes with sharp looks, impressive specs—and a host of design and usability shortcomings.
The Yoga 2 Pro laptop/tablet hybrid is a superior experience in either orientation, and its ultrahigh-resolution display is awesome. But the dual design forced compromises with the keyboard.
Dell's cleverly designed laptop/tablet improves with new CPUs. It runs faster and lasts longer, but is still premium priced.
Tablets are great for what they are. When you need real computational power on the go, however, only a full-fledged laptop will do the job.
Don’t let the slim design fool you. This machine packs both a powerful CPU and a discrete graphics processor.
Sony’s freakishly thin notebook is good for everything but games.
This surprisingly inexpensive Ultrabook is a terrific value.
This notebook lets you game on the go without paying through the nose.
We dig the 15.6-inch display and 7-plus hours of battery life, but the 1366 by 768 resolution is a letdown.