Finding a stylish ultrabook that features a decent set of key specs, doesn’t weigh a ton, and isn’t extremely overpriced is quite frankly a very challenging task. Most ultrabooks will feature either very limited specs or will try and seduce us with a novel design at the cost of a massive price tag, whilst still keeping the spec-sheet hungry for more power.
It’s with that in mind that today we’re happy to be reviewing one laptop that seems to be the exception to this rule.
There are a couple of selling points of the Swift 1 (SF114-34). In the first place, there is the price. Read more
The original HP Elite Dragonfly challenged the Lenovo ThinkPad line with its style and excellent keyboard. Now, there's a variant, Read more
Acer has introduced its new TravelMate P6 ultrabook models, including a flexible version with a 360-degree hinge. As well, the Read more
I was looking forward to spending some time with the updated 2021 version of the ExpertBook B9 business ultrabook from Read more
The Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 has arrived at kind of a weird time. We're still in the midst of a Read more
MSI has announced the launch of two new ultrabooks, a new generation MSI Pen stylus and a new generatio USB-C Read more
A newly filed patent shows that Microsoft might be bringing swappable lid covers for the next Surface Laptop, making it Read more
This laptop is basically the AMD version of the ZenBook 14 UX425. In a similar fashion, it doesn’t really blow one’s Read more
MSI’s back with an Intel Evo-certified update to its Prestige 14 productivity line. Alongside another, non-Evo refresh, this brings Tiger Read more
We’ve seen a huge number of incredible laptops in 2020, from Apple’s ground-breaking MacBook Air with M1 chip to Asus’ incredibly lightweight Zephyrus Read more
Intel arguably saw mixed results in 2020. Its launch of Tiger Lake mobile processors pushed the performance of ultrabooks to new all-new Read more