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11.6-inch Laptops

The 11.6-inch laptop category is one of productive, lightweight and often low-cost that are the best compromise between high mobility and light weight while retaining a good level of productivity.  Trains, planes and sofas! The 11.6 inch laptops differ slightly from dockable tablets as they often have better stability on laps and more stable keyboards. Batteries can often be larger  compared to tablets and there’s often a get level of access and upgrade capability.

New in this category are the increasingly useful range of Chromebooks.

The list below shows 11.6-inch laptops from our database. Click on the images to get all the details from our database or hit the compare link at the bottom to start sorting and comparing.

Mobile PCs from the Database:
Acer Chromebook 11 CB3-131, 1100gm
The new Chromebook 11 inch CB3-131?s cover is made with a nano-imprinted pattern which gives it a premium look and feel while also boosting durability. The Chromebook 11 has been reinforced like Acer?s models for commercial and educational customers to handle stressful environments. It can handle up to 60kg of downward force on the top cover, while the corners can tolerate up to 60cm drops without damage. The reinforced case results in greater resistance to twisting and stress. Security is a key benefit of the Chrome OS file integrity is checked each boot. It is expected to be $180.
Dell Latitude 11 3150, 1350gm
Designed for primarily for the education sector, the Dell Latitude 3150 is a mini affordable laptop with latest Bay-Trail M processors. The processor choices include Pentium N3540 and Celeron N2840. The Celeron is a dual-core processor clocked at 2.16GHz with Burst technology support up to 2.58GHz. The Pentium is a quad-core processor with the same base frequency, but it can reach 2.66GHz with its Burst technology. The toughened construction includes a rubberized LCD and the base trim absorbs shock for superior drop protection. The solid state drive is designed without spinning parts, so it can withstand accidental drops and bumps.
HP Elitebook Revolve 810 G3, 1400gm
The HP Elitebook Revolve 810 G3 is basically a Broadwell update on the previous version. The G3's main feature is its 5 usage modes using its revolving hinge. The device is built with a magnesium chassis and comes with a spill resistant backlit keyboard and the whole is designed to pass MIL-STD 810G tests (US military tests mostly for environmental conditions).
HP Stream 11.6, 1300gm
The HP Stream 11.6-Inch and 13.3-inch notebooks are raising the bar on the cloud-based windows PC category that HP and Microsoft created last year with new slimmer designs, vibrant colors (again) and the addition of Intel processors (again!). It is in the market to compete with low cost Chromebooks. In regard to connectivity it features Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi b/g/n.
Teclast x2 pro, 844gm
So following on from their 8 and 9.7 inch dual boot devices Teclast have introduced a large tablet - the X2 Pro - which has a full HD 11.6 inch screen which is also able to boot Windows 10 or Android 4.4 (5.1 expected) and has a generous 4GB RAM and 64GB or 128GB storage options.
Lenovo 100S Chromebook, 1200gm
Lenovo have introduced a toughened low end Chromebook the 100S with a Celeron N2840 cpu and usual 2GB/16GB ram and storage with options up to a 4GB/32GB configuration. It has a lower resolution 1366x768 screen but does have ac wifi.
Medion Akoya S2218, 1200gm
The Medion Akoya S2218 has been released at fantastic prices at Aldi in Germany and the UK (239 Euros and 149GBP!) though the German product specs are better. There's a write up about this product on (25th August 2015)
Archos Flip
It looks like the Lenovo Yoga 2 11, but only in the casing. The Archos Flip has a few interesting specifications that are definitely not in the Yoga 2. Unfortunately the base specs are 2GB RAM and a low res 1366x768 screen but the usage modes and price (249 euros) should prove popular. There's a write up about this product on (26th August 2015)
Asus E202, 1200gm
The Asus EeeBook E202 is a Windows 10 11.6 inch notebook with a Pentium N3700 cpu based on Braswell architecture - this is a quad core processor with consumption of 6 watts at 1.6GHz base and turbo to 2.4GHz. It is expected to come in at around $200. For this level the stand out features are USB-C and AC wifi and there are also 2 full sized - USB 2.0 and 3.0. Asus suggest a battery life of 9 hours.
Asus Transformer Book Flip TP200, 1200gm
The 2015 Transformer Book TP200 is a fold-back design unlike last years model, the T200TA and so joins other flip models in the Asus range. The CPU choices are the entry level and low power Braswell SoCs along with 2 or 4GB RAM and up to 128GB storage. IPS is nice but resolution is disappointing. Note it has a DC in socket and USB-C.
Acer Aspire E11-131, 1290gm
The original Acer Aspire E11 was a nice entry-level fanless laptop competing with the HP Stream 11 and ASUS X205. The Braswell (Intel Atom 2015 version for entry-level laptops) upgrade will give the E11 an good GPU boost along with a small CPU boost. Efficiency should be a little better too but the difference won't be that much. See the note below on CPU
Hisense Chromebook, 1040gm
The Hisense Chromebook is a budget device with just enough going for it inside to provide reasonable performance with its Chinese made Rockchip ARM processor. This model, along with the similar Haier Chromebook are lowering the price bar for workable laptops. Currently available at Walmart and costs $149.
Dell Chromebook 11, 1245gm
Dell's new for 2015 education sector focused Chromebook 11 is lightweight, comes in 3 flavours - 2/4GB RAM and touch and non-touch screens. It's built for daily school and college life having a reinforced hinge so should more able to survive drops and spills. It has a claimed battery life of up to a 10 hours but this is supported by a high capacity battery (43Whr).
Asus Chromebook C210, 504gm
The cheap ASUS Chromebook C201 is a lightweight, compact and very portable notebook with an 11.6-inch display so with its claimed 13 hour battery life partly due to the Rockchip 3288 SoC energy efficiency - designed for everyday all-day on-the-go computing! Virus protection and auto-updates built-in, so users can always get the latest protection and latest features. The notebook also has a large touchpad with gesture recognition and a 100% full-size keyboard with high-quality key mechanism.
Fujitsu Arrows Tab Q665, 795gm
Fujitsu's first Core M device is the Arrows Tab Q665 Windows tablet targeted at the enterprise market - solid in construction (also waterproof and dustproof to IP58 standard) and security. You can get it with a choice of Core M-5Y10C or M-5Y31 CPUs, 128 or 256GB SSD and 4 or 8GB RAM. As usual with enterprise divices from Fujitsu it will be expensive if it comes to Europe - upwards of 1200 euros but it does have top notch components.
Cube i7 Windows, 840gm
It's the first Core M tablet from China - Cube's i7 is a large 11.6 inch IPS screen full HD tablet. Nicely made and solid in its metallic blue shell as you might it expect it ressembles other windows tablets in looks. It has the latest gen8 HD 5300 graphics and comes in 3G or 4G options and an optional keyboard.
Cube i7 Remix, 720gm
Chinese manufacturer Cube's Remix i7 is a large (for Android) 11.6 inch IPS screen full HD tablet with the modified Android 'Remix OS' that has some windows-like enhancements. This is much cheaper alternative to the Jide Remix tablet but does not come with a keyboard at the price (about US$160 converted).
Jide Remix, 860gm
Jide was founded last year by 3 ex-Google software engineers the Remix Ultra tablet has some similarities to the Sureface 3. It has been supported by a Kickstarter campaign and Foxconn as well as the owners own money. the tablet has a magnetically attached keyboard and a custom ROM based on Android 4.4.4 but with adjustments to operate a touch more like Windows (multipane windows for instance).
Lenovo S21e, 1150gm
Lenovo are promoting this 11.6 inch laptop as a value for money travel companion with a full-sized island-style keyboard. Lenovo say it has fast, smooth processing performance. Battery life is a lowish (nowadays) 5 Hours.
Lenovo N21 Chromebook, 1290gm
It's a rugged, durable and designed for education Chromebook say Lenovo in the blurb. What they mean is it's drop resistant, built to withstand bumps and accidental drops from up to 2.3feet/70cm with a stronger, thicker rear cover and a frame around the screen, sides and corners to absorb the force of bumps.
Nexian Chromebook, 1500gm
For the Indian market to help push Chrome OS in Asia. Gmail Offline and Google Docs let you keep working when you?re not connected to the internet. The 4200 mAh battery gives up to 8 hours. Designed for educational and business purposes. Similar to the Xolo Chromebook and others!
Xolo Chromebook, 1150gm
Indian smart devices company Xolo have introduced a Chrome OS laptop at around the $200 mark (conversion from rupees only). Fast, sleek and easy is the strap line and it does look it. It's aimed at students, has the RK3288 quad core Rockchip powering it, AC wifi and ability to switch between multiple accounts.
Acer Aspire Switch 11 V, 21828gm
Acer's Switch 11 V could be a hit! A Core M processor and full HD display along with a stylish 2 in 1 design at a good price slots in under the Surface Pro 4 although more competition is appearing in the market. Also available without the keyboard-located hard drive. (SSD-only)
Acer Aspire V3-111P, 1390gm
The Acer Aspire V 11 Touch features the smart new FlowCurve design - somewhat different from traditional notebooks, in profile at least. No fans so its whisper-quiet and runs cool. Claimed 7 hours of battery life.
Haier Chromebook 11, 1090gm
The Haier Chromebook 11 has a claimed boot time of up 8 seconds and battery life of 10 hours, it has auto-updates built-in, meaning the latest virus protection and features are immediately available. Light at just over 1kg. Unusually for a laptop a quad core Rockchip processor (Cortex A17) is employed. This will currently be the lowest priced Chromebook.
Toshiba Satellite CL10-B, 1100gm
Toshiba's ultra-mobile Windows 8.1 with Bing compact clamshell laptop for cloud based work - One-Drive is preinstalled.
Toshiba Satellite Radius 11, 1300gm
Toshiba's first convertible with 29.5 cm (11.6") HD touchscreen. The Satellite Radius 11 quickly transforms between five modes to suit different needs The Satellite CL10-B travels light and was designed for working freely as a cloud companion adding value with affordability and two feature-rich models with a sleek, modern style that deliver a responsive performance.
HP Elite x2 1011 G1, 780gm
The HP Elite x2 1011 is a dockable Windows 8 (64 bit) tablet based on the Intel Core-M processors with optional vPro. Manufacturer claims 10.5 hours of battery life. Keyboard options include the Power Keyboard a full sized backlit island keyboard with battery - this has Forcepad with image sensor and multi-touch gestures enabled. Power keyboard is 780g. Travel keyboard option. WiGIG is included. WiGIG dock and 4g are options.
Apple MacBook Air 11" 2015, 1080gm
The Apple MacBook Air 11 (2015) is a Laptop based around Intels Broadwell Platform. It comes with 128 or 256GB of SSD storage as well as 4/8 GB of RAM. In terms of Ports there is: 2x USB 3.0, Headphone Jack, and a Thunderbolt 2. The built-in 38Wh battery should last for up to 9hrs of web surfing. WiFi ac and Bluetooth 4.0 make for some good connectivity. Unfortunately it still has a 1366x768 screen making it a good hot-desk solution but not the most productive screen when standing on its own legs.
ASUS X200MA, 1300gm
The ASUS X200MA is a budget touchscreen notebook running on Intels BayTrail-M Celeron N2815 processor. It sports 4GB of RAM and 500GB of HDD Storage. In terms of connectivity you are limited to the WiFi b/g/n and Ethernet port, Bluetooth is not included in this package. Port wise it offers a USB 3.0, 2 USB 2.0, HDMI, VGA, and an SDXC card slot. We miss Bluetooth and would have loved to see WiFi a or ac being included. The touch enabled screen has a resolution of 1366x768.
ASUS K200MA, 1360gm
The ASUS K200MA is a budget touchscreen notebook running on Intels BayTrail-M Celeron N2830 processor. It sports 4GB of RAM and 500GB of HDD Storage. In terms of connectivity you are limited to the WiFi b/g/n and Ethernet port, Bluetooth is not included in this package. Port wise it offers a USB 3.0, 2 USB 2.0, HDMI, VGA, and an SDXC card slot. We miss Bluetooth and would have loved to see WiFi a or ac being included. The touch enabled screen has a resolution of 1366x768.
Lenovo Thinkpad Helix 2, 794gm
The 2nd-generation Lenovo Helix 2 is much lighter thanks to the Intel Core M CPU. The docking keyboard includes a 26Wh battery (total over 60Wh in under 1.4KG of convertible tablet is impressive) and includes a digitizer. The 11.6-inch screen comes in a useful Full HD resolution and the pricing isn't as high as you might expect for such a flexible 2-in-1.
Acer C740, 1300gm
The Acer C740 Chromebook is the 2015 version of the C720 with Broadwell-generation CPU. Acer have hardened the casing and hinge to make it more rugged for education markets but it still only weighs 1.3 KG.
Lenovo Flex 3 11, 1400gm
The Lenovo Flex 3 11 is now official (it leaked earlier) so we?ve got more information for you. This 3.08 pounds / 1400 gram 360-degree (yes it folds back as a tablet. Don?t ask me why on a 1.4KG device without a digitizer) convertible will retail with an Atom CPU inside for $399. Availability is said to be May. In regards to ports it features 1x USB3.0, 1x USB2.0, SDXC card reader, HDMI and Ethernet.
Acer C720-3871, 1360gm
The Acer C720-3871 Chromebook is based on Intels Haswell platform and offers battery life of up to 8.5hrs. Note this is the Intel Core i3-4005U version with 32GB of SSD Storage, there is another Intel Celeron Version with lower clockspeed. Both come with 100GB of cloud Storage (Google Drive) included for 2 years. Port wise it offers an HDMI port and 2 USB ports (1xUSB 3.0, 1xUSB 2.0).
The CTL NL6 Education Chromebook is a Chromebook built for school environments. It is powered by a quadcore Intel Celeron N2930 supported by 4GB of RAM and 16GB of SSD storage. One interesting thing about the CTL NL6 Chromebook is an attachable magnification lens for the tiltable webcam. General build quality is rugged with a sealed touchpad and water-resistant keyboard. It comes with a carrying handle and has a claimed battery runtime of 9.5hrs. Wireless connections are decent with WiFi a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth 4.0.
HP Stream 11, 1270gm
The HP Stream 11 is another sub 200$ Laptop based around the Intel Celeron N2840 dual core Baytrail platform. It has a minimal hardware footprint like 2GB of RAM and 32GB of flash storage. The 11.6" displays features a 1366x768 pixels resolution. At 1.27kg it is quite lightweight for a 11.6" laptop. In regard to connectivity it features Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi b/g/n.
ASUS X205TA, 980gm
The ASUS EeeBook X205TA is an interesting new budget sub 200$ laptop. With its pricepoint it stands in direct competition to the latest chromebooks, also featuring similar hardware. Its comes with a Quadcore processor running at 1.33GHz per core and 2GB of RAM. 32GB of eMMC Storage are included and can be extended through the microSDXC slot.
Acer Aspire E11 ES1, 1290gm
The Acer Aspire E11 S1 is a low cost Laptop running Windows 8.1 powered by Intels N2840 Bay Trail platform. It has 32GB of emmc storage soldered onto the mainboard and can't be replaced or upgraded. It comes with 2GB of RAM and its 11.6" display features a 1366x768 pixels resolution. This device is a really interesting one because from its pricepoint it enters a competion with sub 200$ chromebooks. Connections are rather standard Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi b/g/n.
Acer Aspire Switch 11, 850gm
The Acer Aspire Switch 11 is a 11.6" tablet with a keyboard dock. It is based on Intels Haswell platform with the Intel Core i3-4012Y as a processor. The display features a Full HD IPS panel. The detachable keyboard brings another USB 2.0 port to the device. The device itself features microSD, mircoUSB and an microHDMI port.
Samsung Chromebook 2, 1179gm
Samsung adds an Intel Celeron N2840 version to their Chromebook 2 lineup. With WiFi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.0 this chromebook should be equipped for future usage. Proclaimed battery runtime is at 8hrs. Rest of hardware is standard chromebook specs, 16GB SSD storage and 2GB of RAM.
HP Chromebook 11 G3, 1280gm
The HP Chromebook 11 G3 comes in some different variations. There is an 4G option available. All models feature a USB 3.0 port and a standard 2.0 port. A fullsize HDMI port and SD card reader are also included. The HP Chromebook 11 G3 is powered by an Intel Celeron N2830 processor with a 7. gen Intel HD Graphics.
Dell Chromebook 11, 1315gm
The Dell Chromebook 11 brings ChromeOS to Dells lineup. It comes with standard ChromeOS features like 2GB RAM, 16GB SSD and long battery runtime of up to 10 hours. Note that there is a 4GB RAM version available. It has a full size HDMI port for screen mirroring, two USB2.0 Ports, SD card reader and a mic/headphone jack.
Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11e Chromebook, 1500gm
The Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11e Chromebook comes with a 360? foldable display. It is powered by Intels Celeron N2930 Processor clocked at 1.83GHz and comes with 4GB of RAM. 16GB of built in flash-storage are okay for ChromeOS, however we would have loved to see a 32GB version of it aswell. Wifi AC and Bluetooth 4.0 are handy features for connectivity.
Lenovo N20p Chromebook, 1297gm
The Lenovo N20p Chromebook is a unique Chromebook with its 270-degree foldable screen. It offers you the possibility to use it regularly or as in stand mode. Wifi AC and Bluetooth 4.0 brings good connectivity options. In terms of ports there is USB 3.0, USB 2.0, combo audio jack for mic and headphones, SD cardreader and HDMI out. Baterry life has been tested (see full review) and performance figures are below.
Acer Chromebook CB3, 1100gm
The Acer Chromebook CB3 is based on Intels Baytrail Celeron N2830 processor. With 2GB of RAM and 16GB eMMC Storage it follows ChromeOS standards. Acer claims battery runtimes of up to 8hrs. We like the supported Wifi AC for fast wireless connections. This machine has no fans so noise will not be an issue.
Acer C720 Chromebook, 1360gm
The Acer C720 Chromebook is based on Intels Haswell platform and offers battery life of up to 8.5hrs. Note there is a version with 32GB of SSD Storage also available. Both come with 100GB of cloud Storage (Google Drive) included for 2 years. Port wise it offers an HDMI port and 2 USB ports (1xUSB 3.0, 1xUSB 2.0).
Acer C720P Chromebook, 1360gm
The Acer C720P Chromebook is one of the first low cost touchscreen-enabled Chromebooks out there. Based on Intels Haswell platform it offers battery life of up to 7.5hrs. Note there is a version with 4GB of RAM also available at a higher pricepoint. Storagewise as normal with Chromebooks comes a small 32GB SSD but 100GB of cloud Storage (Google Drive) included for 2 years. Port wise it offers an HDMI port and 2 USB ports (1xUSB 3.0, 1xUSB 2.0)
ASUS Chromebook C200, 1133gm
An incredibly good value Chromebook with style and battery life on its side. It's silent too. The Baytrail-M procesing platform has it's limits so if you're into serious web-application usage you might want to look at the Acer C720 running on the Haswell-architechture platform but for casual use it's quick and easy-going. Chromebooks have their limits but the list of issues get shorter as time goes by.
Dell Inspiron 11 3000, 1392gm
This Inspiron 11 3000 is a convertible laptop that uses a fold-back screen hinge to provide stand and tablet modes. The 11 3000 runs on Baytrail CPUs with hard drive options (no SSD) and a basic 1366x768 screen. The product will compete with the Lenovo Yoga 2 11 and pricing appears to be similar.
Lenovo IdeaTab Miix 2 11, 798gm
HP Pro X2 410 G1, 830gm
The HP Pro X2 410 G1 (also available as a consumer model HP Pavilion 11 X2) offers a fanless Core i5 CPU in an 820 gram tablet with an 1..6-inch IPS screen. It's a good set of specifications but do not that the CPU is the Y-variant (max 2.0Ghz clock) and that the screen res is only 1366x768. It's an interesting 2-in-1 with a nice keyboard and good total battery life but this business focused 'Pro' version is quite expensive.
Medion Akoya P2212T, 840gm
This model is being offered around the world for a very acceptable price. The best variant, with the N2920 and 4GB RAM) should satisfy most consumer computing needs and the full HD display is a real bonus. The tablet is a little heavy but as a computing package there's a lot of value in this 2-in-1
Lenovo Yoga 2 11, 1388gm
A Baytrail-powered (Pentium branded) Yoga that comes at a launch price of $529 could appeal to those looking for an Ultrabook-style 2-in-1 but not needing the high-end features and price.
Sony Vaio Fit 11A Flip, 1279gm
Sony have an impressive set of specifications here. FullHD screen, back-lit keyboard, NFC, 128GBSSD and a CPU that should satisfy most home and small business needs. To top it off Sony have added a digitizer pen and are offering Photoshop Elements 12 in some packages.
Sony Vaio Tap 11, 780gm
The Sony Vaio Tap 11 is, at launch, the lightest 4th-Gen Core-based tablet available although models start with a slightly cut-down Pentium version. Great screen, included keyboard, 3G/LTE options and a good entry-level price.
Dell XPS 11, 1134gm
The Dell XPS 11 is a foldable Windows 8 laptop-hybrid like the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11. With a 360 degree foldable screen it can be used either in laptop or tablet mode. At just around 1,1 kg it is pretty light to carry around in a bag. Something we like to mention is the 2560x1440 pixels resolution display Dell packed in there. With an not Intel Core i5 Haswell processor it should be capable of handling all office cases one could imagine, plus some basic level gaming.
Sony VAIO Pro 11, 870gm
The Sony VAIO Pro comes in 6 different versions, four 13" versions varying by RAM and SSD size - and two 11.6" versions. At only 1060g the 13" version is incredibly light and easy to take with. Sony's newest Triluminos-Display technology combined with a Full HD resolution make this display very color-true and will most probably be loved by Photographers or Videoproducers. One nifty little thing is the AC adapter, as it comes with a built-in Ethernet to Wifi Router which can be detached to give room to the hidden USB-Port for charging other devices.
Toshiba WT310, 825gm
The Toshiba WT310 is an 11" Windows 8 Pro Tablet with optional HSPA+ / LTE support. No notes on the CPU yet and no info on SSD size. It is likely to be based on the Intel Ivy bridge Y models. The pen can be used for additional stylus-input.
Acer Aspire P3-171, 800gm
The Acer Aspire P3 Ultrabook, thats actually a tablet with a keyboard accessory, is aimed at a low-cost market. It uses the low-power Y-series CPUs which are also lower performance than mainstream Ivy Bridge CPUS. The design is based around the Acer Iconia W700 which is available with a larger battery and full-power CPU.
Acer Aspire V5-122, 1380gm
One of the first AMD Temash-based products to be available offers Ultrabook-like specifications for a low price. Back-lit keyboard and additional battery port are features. This is a new Acer Aspire V5 design for 2013 and is also available with a lower cost/performance AMD A4-1250 processor.
Toshiba Portege Z10t, 1500gm
The Toshiba Portg Z10t is a dockable Windows 8 Tablet based upon the Intel Ivy Bridge platform. The tablet itself comes with a USB 3.0 port, micro HDMI, SD-Card slot and a 3.5mm mic/headphone jack. With the dockable keyboard another full size HDMI port, VGA, USB 2.0 and a Gigabit LAN interface is added. For business users there are some special treats for you: Trusted Platform Module, Intel Active Management Technology, Intel Anti-Theft and Toshiba Eco Utility Software. It either comes with Windows 8 or Windows 8 Pro. Note that LTE is optional and WiFi comes either in b/g/n or a/b/g/n.
Lenovo ThinkPad X131e Chromebook, 1800gm
The Lenovo Thinkpad X131e Chromebook has just been announced and it combines Google's Chrome OS with Lenovo's Rugged casings. Hardware-wise it is based on the already-existing x131e, however this system is built solely upon Intel's hardware - no AMD option here.
Gigabyte S1185, 1450gm
The Gigabyte S1185 is a 11.6" Windows 8 tablet with an attachable Keyboard. With built in 3.5G, Bluetooth 4.0 Low-Energy and Wifi b/g/n this tablet is a good companion for travelling. With an 3rd gen Intel Core Processor and its built-in Intel HD Graphics it should be powerful enough to serve the 1920x1080 pixel IPS display. There are some configurations to choose from such as RAM or SSD. The tablet itself weighs only 1kg and with the keyboard attached it weighs 1.45kg. The battery comes at a reasonable 39Wh.
LG TabBook Ultra Z160, 1050gm
Weighing 1.05KG the LG TabBook Ultra Z160 is one of the lightest one-piece convertibles on the market and powerful enough to be a comfortable desktop. Its 12 hours battery life, full Windows 8 and port selection should make it very flexible for on-the-go usage. The screen is 11.6-inch which means the keyboard could be quite comfortable compared to some 10-inch keyboard dock offerings. 1366768 at this size seems a sensible choice. On board is 2GB RAM and 64GB eMMC storage. A full USB and HDMI port will make it even more interesting.
LG TabBook H160, 1050gm
Weighing 1.05KG the LG TabBook H160 is one of the lightest one-piece convertibles on the market and although this wont be powerful enough to be a comfortable desktop its 12 hours battery life, full Windows 8 and port selection should make it very flexible for on-the-go usage. The screen is 11.6-inch which means the keyboard could be quite comfortable compared to some 10-inch keyboard dock offerings. 1366768 at this size seems a sensible choice. On board is 2GB RAM and 64GB eMMC storage. A full USB and HDMI port will make it even more interesting.
Lenovo Ideapad Yoga 11S, 1400gm
This is the new Lenovo Yoga 11S, the latest addition to the Yoga family of Lenovo. It comes with an Intel Ivy Bridge processor (up to core i7) and with up to 256GB SSD storage. There are two options for Memory: 4 and 8 GB. The fully tiltable screen to the back of the keyboard converts this notebook into a fully fledged tablet. With Windows 8 this Notebook features a complete Windows experience as most of us now it.
HP EliteBook Revolve, 1360gm
The HP EliteBook Revolve is a Convertible Ultrabook with some specials under the hood. It comes with a 11.6" touch-enabled, Gorilla Glass display with a resolution of 1366x768. Even though it is a Gorilla Glass screen it has a matt display with a brightness of 400 candela. RAM is upgradeable to 12GB and CPU-wise one can choose from an Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 Ivy Bridge processor. With its weight of only 1.3Kg and its 4G option it is a perfect device for mobile computing.
Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E130, 1518gm
With the ThinkPad Edge 130, Lenovo released a decent piece of hardware for a reasonable price. It comes with different CPU options: Intel Pentium 977 being the lower end and Intel Core i3 being the higher end option. With 4GB of RAM and 320GB of Storage (HDD) it serves well enough for most purposes we encounter. One special thing we like is the upgradability that comes with this laptop. One can change storage, add RAM to the second memory bank or replace broken parts with ease. What's fascinating about this model is the 63Wh battery Lenovo chose to deliver as a standard power souce at that low price point.
Acer C7 Chromebook, 1400gm
The all new Acer C7 Chromebook is a very interesting low cost Chromebook coming at a prices lower than the Samsung ARM-based Chromebook. With its Intel Celeron 867 Processor it boosts the Chromebook to a whole new level. While the ARM Chromebook tries to set new standards for batterylife, this Chromebook comes with an average batterylife of about 3.5hrs. Additionally to the 320GB HDD it comes with 100GB Cloud Storage from Google. Nothing special portwise but it delivers the ports one would expect from a laptop (except the lacking SD-Card slot).
Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx, 635gm
The Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx K3011 is a dockable Ultrabook based on the Intel Clovertrail Platform. With it's 1.8GHz Atom processor it should last for about 8 hours in tablet only mode and up to 16hrs in Laptop mode. It comes pre-loaded with Windows 8.
Panasonic AX, 1140gm
This Panasonic convertible is available in Japan and offers some of the best we've seen in terms of specs, weight, size and features. This is an 11.6" Full SSD convertible in 1.1KG! Vpro models available. Sensor pack included. Unfortunately the screen is only 1366x768 but on an 11.6" screen, that's acceptable for most.
Lenovo Thinkpad Helix, 785gm
The Lenovo Thinkpad Helix offers an advanced tablet/laptop configuration with battery capacity up to an impressive 70Wh with the clamshell dock. The weight, however, is high at 1.7KG, much more than other 11.6" ultrabooks that go down to 1KG. SSD options, CPU options (including VPro support) and memory up to 8GB give the business user and consumer a wide choice of configurations. We think the Lenovo Helix is going to be very popular here on Ultrabooknews but pricing will be high. Starting price: around $1500.
Samsung Chromebook, 1100gm
The all new Samsung Chromebook (Exynos 5) is a new Chromebook running on an ARM Cortex A15 platform. It comes at a sub 250$ price point to the US. Europe seems to pass on that device. With a 3G option and a very attractive 1.1kg weight this chromebook can be a companion for travelling around the globe. Google and Samsung are claiming a battery life of up to 6.3 hours.
Gigabyte U2142, 1390gm
The Gigabyte U2142 is a touch enabled Ultrabook with many options to choose from. This model comes with 1000GB HDD + 256GB SSD at the same time, making this a whopping 1.25 TB of Storage. It comes with up to 16GB RAM and even an 3.5G option making this a possible roadwarrior.
ASUS Vivobook S200 X202, 1300gm
The ASUS S200E-CT182H is a good starting point for everyone to enter the Touch Ultrabook category because it hits the market at a budget pricing. IN the USA it's available as the Vivobook X202 In terms of connection it offers a good range of ports, including VGA, HDMI, 2 USB 2.0 and 1 USB 3.0 as well as an SDHC card reader.
Samsung ATIV Smart PC Pro 700T, 857gm
The Samsung Series 7 slate is renamed to the Ativ SmartPC 700T in line with European naming conventions. It builds on the older Series 7 slate that has already been in the market for some time but offers a completely different dockable keyboard. A full HD screen and S-Pen input makes the Samsung ATIV SmartPC 700T a leading tablet/ultrabook in terms of usage scenarios.
ASUS Taichi 21, 1224gm
The ASUS Taichi 21 is an extremely well-built Ultrabook convertible that, at 1,25KG can be used for some short-term tablet scenarios. Battery life is relatively short (about 3.5hrs) but the package is extremely mobile and flexible. Excellent speaker quality.
Samsung ATIV smart PC 500T, 750gm
The Samsung ATIV smartPC is a Tablet/Laptop hybrid starting to ship with the rollout of Windows 8. There is also a PRO version announced which should come with an Intel Core-i5 instead of the Atom Clovertrail. However Samsung claims that the tablet optimized hardware in combination with their battery should last for up to 13.5hrs. Connectivity is great on this tablet as it comes with Bluetooth 4.0 and 3G/4G/LTE.
ASUS Vivo Tab, 700gm
The ASUS Vivo Tab is one of the first Windows 8 Tablet/Laptop Hybrids to feature an Intel Clovertrail platform. With its detachable Keyboard it features a battery lifetime of up to 14hrs. It comes with an Super IPS+ Display with a 10 finger Touchscreen and a wacom stylus with 1024 layers of touch sensitivity.
HP Envy x2, 680gm
The HP Envy x2 is a brand new Windows 8 Tablet/Laptop hybrid based on Intel's new Clovertrail platform. It does have some nice features like built-in NFC and a magnetic connection between the Tablet and the keyboard. Combined with its keyboard the Tablet weighs about 1.4kg.
Samsung Series 5 Slate, 899gm
Fujitsu Stylistic Q702, 850gm
The Fujitsu Q702 hybrid is a flexible do-it-all that is available in tablet-only, tablet+dock and tablet+dock+VPro versions. Read our review for more information. Highlight:Battery life and hot-swap capability.
Sony VAIO Duo 11, 1298gm
The Sony Vaio Duo 11 offers an impressive list of features in such a small 1.3KG Ultrabook. FullHD screen sensor pack, NFC, digitiser, backlit keyboard, SATA 6Gb/s-connected SSD, removable battery, Gigabit LAN and more. An optical trackpad helps to keep overall dimensions down to a minimum. Up-to-5hrs quoted battery life puts this in the 3-4hr active-use category.
Acer TravelMate B113, 1380gm
The Acer TravelMate B113 is an affordable 11.6" Laptop with decend connection options. It comes with an 4400mAh battery and 4GB of RAM. With Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi a/b/g/n it keeps up with modern standards. There are several CPU options ranging from Pentium, over Celeron up to Core i3. Rarely seen these days is a matte screen which comes in handy for outdoor usage.
Acer Aspire One 756, 1380gm
The Acer Aspire One 756 is a 11.6" Notebook with a dual-core Celeron 877 clocked at 1.4GHz. This device competes with netbooks but has much more processing power. At a little price point it is quite compelling for everyday work on the go.
Acer Aspire V5 11, 1400gm
This is the 11.6" version of the Acer Aspire V5 Series. It comes in various CPU configuartions ranging from Intel Pentium over Sandy Bridge Core-i3 up to Ivy Bridge Core-i5. It's not an Ultrabook but with its slim formfactor and its low price this piece of hardware can be quite competitive.
Apple MacBook Air 11.6 2012, 1080gm
This is the new MacBook Air 11.6 built upon Ivy-Bridge platform. It comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of SSD. It features Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi a/b/g/n. There are multiple versions with more storage or Core i7 processor. There are now 2 USB 3.0 ports and another Thunderbolt port available.
MSI S20 Slidebook, 1170gm
MSI is working on second generation Ultrabook which features a touchscreen and convertible functionality. The S20 is a convertible Ultrabook which uses a sliding design, much like the Asus Eee Pad Slider and long forgotten (and never sold) Samsung Slider 7. The MSI S20 is equipped with Windows 8 which Microsoft has retooled for touch input with the Metro interface (pictured above). The S20 is exciting because it will be one of the first touchscreen convertible Ultrabooks with both Ivy Bridge and Windows 8 a combination that could actually represent a good touchscreen computing experience in the world of mainstream PCs for the first time.
ASUS Tablet 810
The ASUS Tablet 810 is a new convertible tablet/notebook running Windows 8. It is powered by an Intel Atom processor which will most likely be a Medfield Z2460. It comes with 2GB of RAM and has an 11.6" screen with a resolution of 1366x768. Just like on the Tablet 600 there are 2 cameras, one 2MP front-facing and an 8MP rear-facing camera.
Acer Iconia Tab W700, 950gm
The Acer Iconia Tab W700 is an 11.6-inch Full HD, multitouch touchscreen tablet which has an interesting cradle packed with it which makes tilts up to 70 degrees in landscape mode for better viewing angles. It also packs a Thunderbolt and microHDMI port for good connectivity options.
Acer Aspire S7 11", 1220gm
The Acer Aspire S7 Ultrabooks were launched Taipei at one of the first press events getting a head-start on some of the other Ultrabooks at Computex 2012. The 11.6 and 13.3″ Ultrabooks offer premium features and long battery life. Available later in the year with HD screens with touch and Windows 8. The battery life claims are very interesting. Up to 9hrs claimed for the 11.6" model is much more than we've seen on similar 1st-gen Ultrabooks.
Gigabyte X11, 973gm
Very similar to the Mouse Computers LuvBook X, the carbon-fiber build permits a very lightweight build - lighter than a netbook. Ivy Bridge makes this a 2nd-generation Ultrabook. Availability expected Q3 2012.
ASUS Zenbook Prime UX21A, 1100gm
The ASUS Zenbook Prime UX21A is an Ivy Bridge based Ultrabook with an incredible 1920x1080 11.6" IPS display. It offers 3xUSB 3.0, 1 microHDMI and 1 miniVGA port. With its 1.1kg it is a lightweight and yet powerful device. Pricing is still unavailable and it will most likely start selling in June.
HP EliteBook 2170p, 1310gm
The HP EliteBook 2170p is an Ultrabook competitor with up to 16GB of RAM. As this device is focused for the business market one can get an SED HDD (Self Encrypting Drive) or SSD. We have to wait for a price to see how well this device will sell. With its 26.5mm thinkness it's a bit thicker than most Ultrabooks but still thinner than most Laptops.
Mouse Computers LuvBook X, 985gm
Releasing a 1st-generation Ultrabook while the excitement builds to 2nd-gen Ultrabooks based on Ivy Bridge may, at first, seem a stupid move but when its a unique product like the new LuvBook X from Mouse Computers in Japan, it may not make much difference. The LuvBook X is going to be the second 11.6 Ultrabook on the market, the first with a carbon-fiber body and the first to break 1KG. It's battery is supposed to run up to 5.5 hours.
Acer Aspire One 725, 1200gm
The Acer Aspire One 725 is a netbook of the latest generation featuring Bluetooth 4.0+HS, Wi-Fi b/g/n, up to 500GB of HDD and 4GB of RAM. It comes with a 4-cell battery and there is an 3G option. With its AMD C-60 fusion CPU and its built in AMD Radeon HD 6290 it is powerful enough for Full-HD media consumption on the go. At a price point of 359 this device is a versatile and powerful Netbook. Especially the 3G option might be interesting for some people.
Sony T11, 1420gm
The Sony T11 is a budget Ultrabook at a price point of 699 starting to sell at the end of May 2012. It is based on the Sandy Bridge Platform which is unsurprisingly at that price point. The Sony T11 has some nice features like a 500GB Hybrid HDD, Gigabit ethernet and Bluetooth 4.0 + HS.
Origin PC EON 11-S, 1770gm
The Origin PC EON 11-S is an ultra portable gaming laptop. It starts at a price point of around 999$ and one can choose from a range of different CPU, RAM and storage components. Its 6-cell battery should last up to 6.5hrs.
Lenovo X130e, 1780gm
This is a high-end Netbook from Lenovo with pretty much everything packed in one could think of. It features Gigabit ethernet, 3G options, a 200nits bright display and a spill resistant keyboard. It can be upgraded with an SSD. There are many versions of this Netbook available, most noticeable its the CPU which either can be AMD Fusion based or Intel Core i3 Based.
Acer Aspire One 722, 1450gm
The Acer Aspire One 722 is a rather standard mid-range netbook featuring an AMD C-60 APU. With its APU (combination of CPU and GPU) and it's 2GB of RAM it does of course support flawless 1080p video playback. For 350 this 11.6" device is a good starting point for someone who wants a recent netbook.
ASUS Eee PC 1225C, 1440gm
The ASUS Eee PC 1225C comes with all features of the Eee PC 1225B but is powered by Intel's CedarTrail Platform. It runs with an Intel Atom N2600 clocked at 1.6 GHz.
Lenovo IdeaPad S200, 1301gm
Gigabyte Booktop T1132N, 1760gm
Lenovo ThinkPad 11, 1500gm
Samsung NP300, 1288gm
Lenovo X121e, 1550gm
HP Pavillion DM1, 1601gm
Samsung XE700, 860gm
The EX700 includes a little bit of everything. Good processing power, a USB2.0 port, digitiser, Wi-Di capability, digitiser (for pen) and capacatice layer (for finger) a docking port and keyboard, fast SSD disk and all in a lightweight shell but it's missing things that laptops offer like full-size SD card slots, a USB 3.0 bus and a VGA port. As a mobile PC or a hot-desking PC, the XE700 looks like it can take on a lot of working scenarios though and with Windows 8 it's going to look even better. An impressive full-range tablet PC.
Samsung 900X1B, 1060gm
Although the 900X1A base version doesn't include the 'Turbo Boost' feature of the Core i5 versions, the platform performs well. Largely due to the fast SSD. For those comparing to the Asus UX21, you'll be interested in the backlit keyboard, matt screen, micro SD slot and competetive price. The base versions of the Core i5 and Core i3 versions only come with 2GB RAM and 64GB SSD but 4GB versions are available. [Dec 1 2011]
Gigabyte Booktop T1125P
ASUS UX21, 1102gm
First out of the block with the lightest and smallest of all the Ultrabooks is the UX21. A 45Wh battery may not bring worry-free battery life but USB3.0 and a generous 128GB SSD is included. Glossy screen may put some off but the styling and build quality seems excellent.
Acer Chromia 700, 1380gm
Lenovo Ideapad S205, 1480gm
Apple MacBook Air 11.6, 1080gm
The entry-level MacBook Air now offers a huge boost in processing and video decoding and encoding power over previous models along with a Thunderbolt port for extremely high speed data transfer. At 1080gm it's one of the lightest Core i5/i7 systems too. There's a 13" version also available which comes with SD card slot.
Alienware M11x, 1996gm
Dell Inspiron M101z, 1560gm
Acer Aspire One 721, 1400gm
Acer Aspire 1551, 1400gm
ExoPC Slate, 950gm
EvoPC have developed overlay software for Windows 7 but we haven't had a chance to check it out. THe Pinetrail platform + 2GB RAM should help WIndows 7 along. We'd like to see some sort of docking solution. Uses the same hardware as the WeTab.
Samsung X125, 1510gm
Acer Aspire 1825PT, 780gm
ICD Gemini
The Tegra 2 platform used in this is a dual-core Cortex A9 which provides significantly more processing power than a Cortex A8 (E.g. HTC Desire, iPad, Nexus One, Archos 5) meaning web browsing should be a lot faster with the ability to handle multiple concurrent tasks. The critical Google Marketplace is an 'option' which we understand to mean 'waiting for carrier deal.' Autumn release will depend on carrier deals and, if history is anything to go by, will delay the product. Weight unknown but we expect 1 to 1.2 KG based on sizing and huge 41whr battery. Battery life of 6hrs seems real based on screen size, battery capacity and processing platform.
WeTab WeTab, 800gm
As time goes on, this Meego build is going to get better and we look forward to the addition of the AppUp store. The hardware platform is relatively old fashioned though so the WeTab products could start to shine more when the second generation is released.
Lenovo ThinkPad X100e, 1497gm
Asus Eee PC 1101HA, 1379gm
Acer Ferrari One, 1502gm
Samsung N510, 1409gm
HP Pavilion DM1, 1460gm
Toshiba Satellite T115, 1583gm
HP Mini 311, 1461gm
Dell Inspiron 11z, 1383gm
Acer Aspire Timeline 1810TZ, 1398gm
Acer Aspire Timeline 1810T, 1398gm
Acer Aspire 1410, 1395gm
Lenovo Ideapad U150, 1500gm
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