The Top 3 Ultra Portable Notebooks - Why You Want To Own One

Jun 1 07:37 2009 Roberto Sedycias Print This Article

One of the finest boons of technology has been the invention of portable notebooks. Let us dive in a bit deeper to find out which ultra laptop best fits the bill of performance as well as design.

While not being the best in terms of power or fastness,Guest Posting the ultra portable notebook is quickly catching up to be the ultimate in terms of features. Those in search of a sleek, thin and designer laptop, an ultra portable notebook might very well be the answer. It`s pretty to look at and also easily portable, but these do come with a hefty price tag! You will have to bury deep into your pockets for being in possession of an ultra portable notebook. These laptops have the potential to be the spearhead in shaping the future scope of technology.

There are a lot many varieties of brands available to the customer of an ultra portable notebook. These not only provide the end user with an extra ordinary degree of maneuverability but also come with the promise of performance that is unmatched. Among the many brands available, the best which can be listed down are notebooks from Apple, Siemens, Lenovo, Samsung, HP, Dell, Fujitsu and Toshiba to name a few. Let us review the top three models in terms of being the best in diversity and user friendliness.

The Apple Macbook Air

The ultra slim notebook is by far the most breathtaking in terms of slimness. It has a 13`` screen which is perfect in meeting most of the computing demands. It has an ample storage space of 64GB and comes with an adequate 2GB memory. With this, the Macbook air has the potential to deliver the best. Although empowered with great energy efficiency and striking features, the Apple Macbook Air has its shortfalls in terms of Processor power. The processor power of this ultra portable notebook is just average. This laptop also is deprived of an optical drive and many communication ports which are available in today`s modern day. All in all, this ultra sleek notebook will not suit everybody`s needs.

Fujitsu Siemens Lifebook S6410

If we compare the Fujitsu Siemens Lifebook S6410, with the Apple Macbook Air, it turns out to be a wee bit heavier. Well, of course, in comparison with the standard Notebook, it is definitely lighter and slimmer. It is a slender piece of a gadget and has been beautifully manufactured. The evidence can be seen in its delicate and intricate features. The Fujitsu Siemens Lifebook scores over other ultra portable laptops in terms of connectivity and performance. The expansion slots, wireless, processing power and storage are all the strengths of this Lifebook. The screen of 13.3`` is in fact amazing. Well, the Lifebook S6410 may not be the ultimate trendy laptop, but it certainly outperforms other ultra portable notebooks in its segment in parameters of performance.

The Lenovo ThinkPad X300

The forte of the Lenovo ThinkPad X300 is its performance and handling ease. The price being same as the MacBook air, it definitely delivers more than it. This notebook is essentially designed for business use and it does so with the help of its excellent speed, solid storage and outstanding memory capacity. It also comes with extended battery life and sharp visuals. In addition to the mentioned features, the Lenovo ThinkPad X300 also offers multiple USB ports, a DVD burner and Audio and Video capabilities. In comparison with its major rivals like MacBook Air, Toshiba Portege and the Dell XPS range, the Lenovo ThinkPad X300 may not be the sleekest or the trendiest laptop but it surely is a strong all rounder because of its design and consistency in performance.

The world of ultra portable notebooks has never ceased to amaze us with its ever innovative designs and features. However, while deciding upon a particular one, the consistency of performance should be the most important parameter.

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