If you want one of the most portable computers on the market, consider getting an Ultrabook, a new kind of super-thin, ultra-light laptop that wakes from sleep quickly and offers a compelling Windows 8 experience. To help you choose, we've reviewed all the best Ultrabooks of 2015, including those with touch screens and the latest Intel Haswell processors.
Now this is a tablet that can replace your laptop. With its detachable keyboard, Toshiba's new Portege Z20t Ultrabook can fill the needs of business customers looking for a lightweight tablet as wel...
Now, this is getting ridiculous -- in a good way. Samsung's 2015 update to itsATIV Book 9 Ultrabook isless than an inch thick and weighs a hair over 2 pounds, making this notebook nearly as ligh...
Toshiba's Portege Z10t is a powerful 2-in-1 Ultrabook convertible, but the dim display and uncomfortable keyboard hold it back.
Acer's Aspire S7 Ultrabook squeezes a WQHD display and snappy Haswell performance into the same seductive body as its predecessor, but battery life suffers.
The 2014 Dell XPS 13 adds Haswell power and a touch-screen display to an already attractive Ultrabook.
The ThinkPad X1 Carbon delivers a sharp display and an uber-thin, lightweight chassis, but other ThinkPads offer more for less.
Notebook makers seem to be settling on two designs when it comes to Windows 8 hybrids: A fold-over, like the Lenovo Yoga 2, and a detachable, like the ASUS Transformer Duet. But what if you combin...
Samsung's going premium for the new year, phasing out lower-end notebook models such as the ATIV Book 5in favor of the newATIV Book 9 2014 Edition. The new and improved machine is a 15.6-inch ultraportable priced at $1,899.
The Dell Latitude 7440 is a slick business Ultrabook with speedy performance and a full HD touch screen, but it could use a little more endurance.
The HP Spectre 13t-3000 Ultrabook packs a user-friendly touchpad, strong performance and long battery life in a beautiful design.