What is good about Ultrabooks
While the Ultrabooks got their name and fame from their portability, of late their processing power has become their USP. There is no way you can process an HD video file on a smartphone or a tablet. For that you will need an Ultrabook, which with the latest 3rd generation Intel Core processors are ideal for video editing and can do the task at much greater speeds than even the 2nd generation. Productivity is without doubt the best feature of the Ultrabook. The other scoring point for the Ultrabook is its battery life. Even the entry level Ultrabooks deliver six hours of battery life with a full use, most can do eight hours easily. This is no mean feat when you consider that these are full-fledged computers, which till a year back could hardly do four hours on their battery. Ultrabooks are also becoming great entertainment devices. While you can do some snacking with video clips on your phone and maybe a bit more on the tablet, for back-to-back movie pleasure you need the larger screen size of the Ultrabook. Plus, these devices now have great quality speakers and come with audio tuned by experts like Dolby and Beats Audio, eliminating the need for external speakers. Great technology is also about great design, and the Ultrabook is a great showpiece for this. They are without doubt the slimmest computers we have seen – well, most of them are. But they are also superb examples of how space can be utilised. A battery of USBs and other ports tucked into an Ultrabook which is not much thicker than a pen drive is no longer a rare sight.