Since Laptops are too heavy to carry and tablet’s can’t perform some tasks which laptops can, Ultrabooks are coming up as great Alternatives. Though Ultrabooks are bit high priced as compare to laptops. Here are Top UltraBooks Available in India with Price.
Samsung Series 9 15-inch Ultrabook
- Ultra slim design and a bright high resolution display.
- It is the lightest and thinnest laptop among 14 and 15 inch laptops (weighs a little less than 4 pounds and is 0.6-inches thick).
- It includes a 128GB SSD but only about 58GB of space is available at startup.
- Is has HDMI, USB3, 8GB RAM, SSD and a solid build.
- Intel Core i5 Processor 2467M 1.6GHz.
- 15-Inch LED-backlit Display; Intel HD 3000 Graphics.
- Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.
- Priced around 85,000 Rs in India.
HP Folio 13 Ultrabook
- 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ i5 Mobile Processor.
- DDR3 SDRAM, 1333 MHz (1600 MHz downgrade to 1333 MHz), One slot supporting up to 4 GB.
- Internal Storage: 128 GB mSATA SSD.
- 13.3-inch diagonal LED-backlit HD2 (1366 x 768) BrightView.
- Priced around Rs. 60,000/-
The HP Folio 13 features a comfortable keyboard that doesn’t trouble your fingers, even while you’re typing a lot on the ultrabook. An Ethernet port and an SD card slot makes the Folio 13 much more handy for those-times. But wait, don’t just hit the stores yet. The Folio 13 is slightly heavier as compared to its cousins and the 13.3-inch screen isn’t that far bright either. Even bright white and other colors don’t pop well unless you keep the brightness levels to the top, all the time. There is one USB 3.0, one USB 2.0 and one HDMI port on the Folio 13. It may not be the thinnest and lightest of all the ultrabooks but the HP Folio 13 pays attention to details such as trouble-free typing and connectivity options.
Dell Ultrabook - XPS13
- Windows 7 OS
- 13″ inch (1366×768 pixels) LCD Screen, 300 nit
- Intel Core i3/i5/i7 Processor + Intel HD Graphics
- 4GB DDR3 RAM
- 128GB SSD
- Wireless Wi-Fi 802.11n
- USB 3.0, HDMI, Mini Displayport
- Chiclet Keyboard + Glass Clickpad
- 1.3 Megapixel Webcam
- Battery Life up to 8 hours (47Whr Battery)
- Weight: 1.35 kg
The Dell XPS 13 may be fairly new but it is one of the best looking ultrabooks out there. It runs on Intel Core i5 and i7. The XPS 13 features a beautifully crafted trim chassis (carbon fibre). It is also one of the slimmest ultrabooks with a size of 6mm at its slimmest point. What might keep customers away from purchasing this beauty is the heavy price tag.
The Dell XPS 13 is the company’s shot at the Macbook Air. The XPS 13 includes a 1.6GHz Core i5 processor, 128GB SSD hard drive supported by a 4GB RAM. The 13.3-inch screen features a native resolution of 1366×768. It also includes one USB 3.0 port and a USB 2.0 port along with a mini DisplayPort connector. The backlit keyboard looks gorgeous and there’s a slight depression on top of every key which makes typing much more convenient. The XPS 13 beats most ultrabooks when it comes to performance. At a price tag of $1000, it might just be one of those premium ultrabooks that’s worth the money.
HP Envy 14 Spectre Ultrabook
- 14″ Inches Full HD LED (1600 x 900) Pixels Radiance Display Screen
- Intel Core i5-2467M Processor
- Built-In NFC Chip
- HP CoolSense Technology
- 4GB DDR3 RAM, Upgradable up to 8GB
- 500GB SATA Hard Disk
- 256GB SSD Optional
- Webcam: Integrated HP TrueVision HD Webcam
- Card Reader: Multi Card Reader
- Audio: Beats Audio, Built-in HP Wireless Audio
- Keyboard: HP Radiance Backlit keyboard
- Pointing Device: Touchpad with Multifinger Touch Navigation
- Ports: USB2.0, USB 3.0, RJ-45, Mini Display Port, Microphone in, Headphone out
- Wireless 802.11 b/g/n
- Gigabit Ethernet LAN
- Bluetooth v3.0 + High Speed
- Up to 9 Hours Battery Life
- Warranty: 1 year
- Embadded Softwares: Adobe Photoshop Elements 10, Adobe Premiere Elements 10, Norton Internet Security for 2 years
The HP Envy 14 Spectre is a bit bigger than normal ultrabook in the market. That’s a bit odd considering the whole definition of an ultrabook. Seems like HP did a Sony here, even Sony’s ultrabooks are thicker and heavier than their current laptops. Not sure how their marketing teams are going to sell these as ultrabooks. Performance and looks aren’t entirely Envy 14 Spectre’s plus points but it beats most of the Asus ultrabooks in terms of performance.
The HP Envy 14 Spectre features the Corning Gorilla Glass which makes it quite durable even though a bit heavier due to the added weight of the glass. But anything that looks good makes up for the ugly side-effects. The higher end version includes dual SSDs which is quite amazing, if you can afford it. It includes one of the best screens out there with a 1600×900 pixel resolution. Still not sure why HP chose to include NFC in the HP Envy 14 Spectre. That’s not really going to be much useful. It includes an HDMI and a mini-DisplayPort along with one USB 3.0 and one USB 2.0 port. With a battery life of over 6 hours, the HP Envy 14 Spectre is one of the best ultrabooks in the market.
Asus Zenbook UX31
Asus has been in the ultrabooks segment for some time now. They’ve been making fairly decent netbooks when it used to be the buzz initially. The 13-inch Zenbook is heavily inspired by the Macbook Air. The sleek ultrabook is 17mm at its thickest point while maintaining the sleek figure at just 3mm at its thinnest point. With a decent price tag, the Asus Zenbook is more than just an affordable ultrabook – it is one of the best your money can buy (if you cannot afford the Macbook Air yet!).
The Asus Zenbook UX31 is powered by an ultra low-voltage i5 processor. The Zenbook includes an aluminum lid and design specifications which almost exactly match the Macbook Air. Asus as even tried to emulate the popular Apple ‘unibody’ structure on the Zenbook. The Zenbook UX31 is much more sturdier than when compared to the plastic casing of the Aspire S3. The Zenbook includes a 13.3-inch widescreen display with a native resolution of 1600×900-pixels. The full-featured Zenbook beats all odds against the existing set of ultrabooks out there with a decent enough design and performance factor. It is definitely not one of those affordable Asus machines but certainly worth the money.
Price in India Rs. 88,000/-
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