Don't-Miss Ultrabook Stories
Windows tablets are getting nicer all the time. This 10-inch model is a solid performer, and its optional accessories are useful (with one notable exception).
This Ultrabook feels great, even if it is thicker and heavier than most.
You'd be hard-pressed to find a flaw in this nicely realized 12-inch, touchscreen Ultrabook.
It's the right size and weight and it's built for business.
If you're sold on the idea of a hybrid notebook/tablet with a detachable display, Toshiba's Portege Z10t does it best.
This 15-inch UltraBook is a general-purpose machine with some special powers. But its keyboard and chassis quality might disappoint you.
Though it lacks a touchscreen, HP's premier business notebook is otherwise a strong contender.
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.