Top 5 UltraBooks in 2018

Top 5 UltraBooks in 2018

Laptops are getting thinner and thinner every year, serving as a great companion on the go. Ultrabooks have been in the fight against Apple MacBook Air lineup of laptops for years and the former now have its upper hand on the market. There are a wide range of Ultrabooks to pick from, but not all of them fit your needs. With that in mind, we are here to help. If you are planning to grab a new Ultrabook this year, we have created a list of the best Ultrabooks you can buy in 2018.

Top 5 UltraBooks you can buy this year

  1. Dell XPS 13

The XPS lineup of laptops has been Dell’s main focus in recent years, standing out on the market thanks to its premium design. The Dell XPS 13 was among the most desired laptops last year and a touch competitor on the market.

One of the best things when it comes to the XPS lineup is that it’s super thin and light (1.2 kg only). When it comes to performance, the XPS 13 offers incredible performance despite its modest specs. Basically, everything runs smoothly on the XPS 13, ranging from browsing the web to editing videos. The XPS 13 is now available in several configurations, with prices ranging from $999 to $2000. The $999 model features a Full HD display, 4GB of RAM and an Intel-Core i5 processor. If you are looking for a quality laptop at an affordable price, the XPS 13 is worth your shot.

  1. Razer Blade Stealth

Razer is best known for making gaming laptops. However, the company has been showing the world that it’s more than just gaming. Razer took steps to accomplishing that goal when it announced the Razer Blade Stealth.

The Razer Blade Stealth is not designed for gamers, it’s one of the best Ultrabooks for those who are looking for a powerful and thin laptop from a recognized brand. The Blade Stealth features a stunning 13-inch screen and slimmer bezels. Under the hood, the laptop is powered by Intel’s latest Kaby Lake processor, thus offering excellent performance.

The newest model of Blade Stealth starts at $1,449, which is more expensive than its predecessors. However, with elevated specs and impressive design, the 13-inch Blade Stealth is worthy of your consideration alongside the XPS 13.

  1. HP Spectre x360

The Spectre lineup of laptops is getting better and better every year. Last year, HP refreshed the Spectre series, introducing slimmer bezels, more premium design, and Kaby Lake processors. The 2017 model is 13% thinner and 11% lighter than its previous models. One of the best things when it comes to the Spectre x360 lies in its battery life. The newest model lasts 25% longer on a single charge, thus offering users more time to enjoy music or videos.

The Spectre x360 starts at $1,049 for the base model, which is much cheaper than its competitors on the market. The Core i7 and 16GB of RAM configuration costs you $1,299, while the model with 4K support is priced at $1,899.

  1. Asus ZenBook 3

The ZenBook 3 is among the best UltraBooks you can buy right now on the market. With the ZenBook 3, the Taiwanese company crams a lot of power into a slim and light body, making it a compelling choice for users worldwide.

One of the coolest things about the ZenBook 3 lines in its reliable fingerprint scanner. The sensor is fast and accurate, allowing users to quickly unlock their device.  When it comes to pricing, the ZenBook 3 now costs $1,599 in the US, and can be found for less on Amazon.

  1. Lenovo Yoga 910

The Yoga 910 marks the biggest design change Lenovo has ever made to the series. With a slimmer chassis, bigger UHD screen, smaller bezels and Intel’s latest processors, the Yoga 910 really shines on the market. With these improvements, the Yoga 910 is more expensive than its predecessors. If you are looking for a powerful and affordable UltraBook, the Yoga is worth your shot.

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