Whenever we enter a new year there is always doom and gloom from analysts who say that things are not going to be that great in the first part of the year, but will pick up in the second half. Which is why we are not surprised to hear that sales of laptops will begin a little slow.
We are promised that things will be okay thanks to Windows 8 Ultrabooks and their use of Touchscreen technology, as they will help to revive the market once more. There is a multitude to choose from with new models being released on a regular basis. The Chromebook will help as well, and a recent review over the best on the market does show one thing, they not only offer pretty decent performance, they are reasonably priced as well – apart from the Chromebook pixel that is.
We know that there are several new Windows 8 Ultrabooks coming to the market, but we thought several reviews of the best you can currently purchase in 2013 would help you make that all-important decision. The price of these are not as cheap as you would pay for a Chromebook, but these hybrid devices have a lot more to offer in terms of performance – if that’s what you are looking for off course.
The Best Windows 8 Ultrabooks that you can currently get this year would have to be the Dell Inspiron 15z, Asus VivoBook S400CA, Dell XPS 12, Acer Aspire S7 and finally the Dell XPS 13 FHD. It’s clear from the start that all these devices are in a different league to those Chromebooks when mentioned in our previous post, but the price of these five Ultrabooks could be enough to put buyers off, this could also be the reason why sales will be pretty slow to start with this year.
You’ll notice that we have not gone into the specs of each because it’s much easier for you to view these five visual reviews, this way you will be able to see which is best for you. We’d love to hear from you as to which model you have and why you selected it.
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