Sony today unveiled its Vaio Duo 11, an 11-inch full HD touchscreen Ultrabook with a unique sliding form-factor that lets it easily switch between tablet and notebook mode. We were lucky enough to get a hands-on with the new model. Find out what we thought inside:
The 13.3-inch Samsung Series 5 Ultra Touch is the first Ultrabook to be released with a multi-touch-enabled screen and Windows 8 Pro OS pre-installed. How does the Windows 8 Modern UI fare on a traditional clamshell notebook form-factor? We find out.
The Acer Aspire S5 Ultrabook makes good of Acer's promise to go high-end. But will it be able to deliver? Especially when it comes to the age old balance of quality and price? This thin and light machine with a Thunderbolt port might just convince you.
Intel said today during IDF (Intel Developer Forum) that it will yet again transform the personal computing landscape with the upcoming 4th generation Intel Core processor built solely for mobile systems such as the Ultrabook.
The Lenovo Ideapad U310 is an Ultrabook with an appealing design at an affordable price. So did Lenovo manage to get the right mix? We gave it a quick spin to see if it's a decent option.
We were invited to take a look at HP's new flagship touchscreen Ultrabooks, the HP Envy Touchsmart 4 and the HP Envy x2. Read on to find out what we thought about these upcoming Windows 8 devices.
The Thinkpad series of notebooks from Lenovo celebrate its 20th anniversary today by launching the latest and greatest Thinkpad yet - the Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon. It's the thinnest and sexiest enterprise notebook yet, so find out what you can expect of it.
Samsung's Series 9 notebooks, have been competent but expensive counters to Apple's Macbook Air. But with the new wave of Ivy Bridge Ultrabooks in the market, will this year's Series 9 take the crown? We find out how this strong contender fares.
The Envy 4 is one of the most affordable notebooks in HP's traditionally premium Envy range. And with discrete graphics, a built-in subwoofer and a 14-inch screen, it's certainly one of the most feature packed offerings out there. But is it really as good as it seems? Read on to find out.
The Sony Vaio T is the company's first true Ultrabook, and it comes straight to us with an Ivy Bridge processor. But will Sony's late entry into the Ultrabook segment mean they'll be playing catch-up? We find out.