Fanless

Fanless laptops, tablets and 2-in-1’s with enough processing power to run as a desktop and with a screen big enough to be productive are an emerging category of PCs. If you want more efficiency, more ruggedness and, most importantly, a silent mobile PC you’ll need to keep an eye on this list of fanless PC taken from our database. These products all have a minimum operating weight of under 1.3 KG (2.8 pounds.)

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PCs from the Database
Intel Hades Canyon NUC
A great mobile PC solution for gamers and video editors, live video production and advanced multimedia. GPU performance is comparable with the last gaming laptops.
Intel NUC Bean Canyon, 680gm
Bean Canyon brings higher power NUCs to the masses. Available in Core i3, i5 and i7 versions there`s lots to love here for video playback fans and video editing fans. For gamers, expect reasonable full HD performance at medium. Integrated graphics is not suitable for VR work.
Intel NUC June Canyon, 577gm
At a barebones price of around $120 the latest Intel NUC sounds attractive but you'll need to add SSD, RAM and an OS before you can use it. Low power consumption means it has industrial uses. The most common use for Intel NUCs is for media player / home theater HTPC units. (E.g. Kodi)
Microsoft Surface Book 2, 1530gm
Solid, well-supported convertible. This dual-core 2-in-1 has been a solid performer in our experience. The pen works flawlessly and there's great battery life. It's not ultra, ultra mobile when docked as it has the bulk and feel of a standard laptop but in the Intel-only version (no discreet graphics) the tablet can work on its own as a powerful touch-enabled tablet PC.
Xiaomi Mi Air 13, 1300gm
We can't find this in many outlets but where you can, it's worth looking at. A 13.3-inch laptop with discreet graphics, in under 1.3 KG! Our favorite review is fron Notebookcheck. Click the review link for detailed information.
Lenovo IdeaPad Miix 320, 550gm
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.
Fujitsu Stylistic R726 Tablet, 789gm
The Fujitsu Tablet Stylistic R726 with a 12.5 inch anti-glare display transforms into a full performance and full productivity notebook by attaching the slim magnetic keyboard. It has a magnesium-aluminium case which gives it durabiltiy for business professionals on the move. It can be used with a digital pen to take notes or signatures on the tablet. Enterprise-grade connectivity like 4G/LTE and security features like encrypted drives and NFC-based authentication allow you to do your job wherever you want; all in confidence that your data is secure.
Lenovo ThinkPad P40
The system can be configured with up to 16GB RAM, a 512 solid state drive for storage and Nvidia Quadro M500M graphics with 2GB VRAM.
Panasonic Toughpad FZ-M1, 540gm
The fully rugged Toughpad FZ-M1 sets the new benchmark for outdoor tablets making it ideal for field workforces in challenging environments. With its capacitive 10-finger multi-touch outdoor display and flexible configurations, this Windows 8.1 Pro tablet has been designed to optimise the efficiency of field workers. It benefits from various connectivity options to ensure data is always available when needed and gives business users the legacy options they require in a compact, fully rugged and lightweight form factor.
Acer Iconia Tab 10 A3-A20, 520gm
The Acer Iconia Tab 10 A3-A20 has slip-proof anti-fingerprint casing, Mediatek MT8127 quad core processor, a lowish res screen of 1280x800, no adware is promised. It has a sleek and compact aluminium back cover and an IPS display.
Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 260, 1300gm
The Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 260 is an update of last years versatile model and has a 12.5-inch display where you can choose either 1366x768 or 1920x1080 resolutions as well as up to 16GB RAM and up to 512GB storage. It still has its 360 degree hinge and trackpad (as well as the red trackpoint cap) of the originals of course. The cpu options start at a Intel Core i3-6100U Skylake with choices up to the i7-6600U available.
Asus ZenBook UX501, 2270gm
For a 15.6 inch laptop it's light at 2.27kg for the 6 cell battery model and thin at 21.3mm, however one of the accessories might be a trolley, so for a desktop replacement it certainly fits the bill. It does have a monster 4K/UHD 3840x2160 pixel IGZO IPS touchscreen display (282ppi) powered by NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M with 2G or 4G GDDR5 VRAM and a Core i7 4720 processor that starts at 2.6Ghz and turbos up to 3.6Ghz. From the pictures it looks typically Zenbook-tastic.
Lenovo Thinkpad 10, 617gm
Announced near the end of May, the headline for the Lenovo Thinkpad 10 is it's the first identified with Windows 10. Promoted as a business ready 10.1" tablet with full PC experience with the latest Atom Cherry Trail CPU it's very light at 617 grams and also versatile in that it adapts for work, home, or mobile use, by having usage modes such as laptop, desktop, tablet, or in a stand mode. Notable optional extras are a digitizer pen and a 4G LTE module. The inference from the TechRadar.com hands-on is that it is not fanless - in comparing with a competitor the Dell 11 Pro 7000 series (7140 I guess)
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.
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.
Eurocom Armadillo 2, 1800gm
Eurocom introduce this beastly powerhouse laptop that is powered by a Core i5 Broadwell 5200U and up to 32GB RAM and 2TB storage! Security is assisted by an Intel Platform Trust technology (to enhance encryption and authentification. Solid construction in an aluminium chassis along with a large battery power source and 65W AC adapter. It also has mSata 3 options available up to 1TB.
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.
Anker 14W Solar Panel, 790gm
This solar panel is just $50 and can supply 2A through the built-in USB ports. It folds into a compact 28 x 17.5 cm wallet and 790 grams weight.
Acer Chromebook 15, 2000gm
The CB3-531 is another cheap large screen low res Chromebook which will be great for using for web browsing, document editing on/offline, email and using many (but not all) Android apps and hopefully will withstand a lot of use out and about.
Acer Aspire Switch 10 E, 630gm
The 2015 Acer Aspire Switch 10 is the colourful, light and low priced Aspire Switch 10 E with a freshly designed Snap Hinge 2. We're waiting for the full specifications to be confirmed but this is what we have so far. Let us know what you think in the comments below.
Asus Transformer Book T300LA, 1900gm
This model Asus Transformer Book T300LA has a full HD screen and Windows 8.1 Pro It can have various 4th-generation Intel Core processors up to i7. The casing is brushed-hairline aluminium.
HP Spectre x360, 1510gm
The HP Spectre x360 is a slim and light aluminium cased laptop made for portability with good battery life. Full HD IPS touchscreen display.
Asus ASUSPRO Advanced BU201, 1270gm
Asus ultra light and mobile, secure and durable business laptop (Windows 8.1 Pro 64 bit or Windows 7 options). Enhanced security with Trusted Platform Module and fingerprint reader, vPro. Extra-strict ASUS reliability testing to military standards, durable carbon-fiber-reinforced LCD cover construction, tough anti-shock hard drive protects data and spill-resistant keyboard protects from occasional spillages.
MSI GS30, 1200gm
The MSI GS30 Shadow is from the MSI Gaming Series - it's a 13.3" notebook of only 1.2 kg and 19.8 mm in height. The case is sleek and lightweight aluminum. The computing power is provided by the Intel Core i7-4870HQ processor which goes up to 3.7 GHz in Turbo, 16GB RAM and two SSDs in Super RAID array along with integrated graphics in the form of Intel Iris 5200 Pro.
Toshiba Satellite Click 2, 1100gm
Toshiba's Windows 8.1 Pro (64 bit) dockable tablet with 3 cell battery and claimed 8h 15 min life (Mobile Mark 2012). It has a slim satin gold chassis and a new hinge mechanism, full sized keyboard and large trackpad.
Odys Winpad V10, 680gm
10.1" Windows 8.1 (32 bit) tablet PC with attachable keyboard, Intel Atom Z3735 processor 4 core, Li-Polymer 6000 mAh battery. Office 365 for one year, includes 1TB Drive One cloud storage. Weight with dock 1.35kg.
HP Pro Tablet 610 G1 , 652gm
The HP Pro Tablet 610 G1 with Windows 8.1 Pro (64 bit), an Intel Atom processor Z3795,long battery life, and is compatible with legacy applications.
Lenovo LaVie Z 360, 925gm
Thin and light the Lenovo LaVie Z HZ750 is the convertible laptop version of the two LaVie Z ultraportables. Using a super light Mg-Li Alloy material it is incredibly light. Magnificent QHD/FHD IGZO screen options, up to Intel 5th Generation Core i7 processors and SSD storage. Laptop can open 360 degrees hence the name!
Lenovo LaVie Z, 848gm
Thin and light the Lenovo LaVie Z (previously known as HZ550) is the 13.3" laptop version of the two LaVie Z ultraportables. Using a Mg-Li Alloy material its exceptionally light. Magnificent QHD screen, Intel 5th Generation Core i5 processors, and SSD storage.
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.
Dell XPS 13 (2015), 1180gm
The new Dell XPS 13 with 5th-Gen Core (Broadwell) is undoubtedly a stunning looking device but if you take a closer look you?ll see the stars aligning for what could be the best Ultrabook ever. You?ve got no-touch options starting at $799 and, if you dare, a QHD+ (3200 x 1800) touch option with 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD and a Core i7 for just $1599. All models have AC WiFi, Sync and Charge USB, DisplayPort, backlit full-size keyboard and a precision touchpad which has already had good feedback from The Verge. Even fully loaded the XPS 13 weighs just 1.26KG (2.8 lbs) and the best thing is that it?s got a 54Wh battery inside that?s going to power this Ultrabook for a hard day?s work. Trust me, I?ve had the same setup on a Haswell ultrabook and you really can leave the power adaptor at home. If the battery life isn?t enough for you there?s an external power pack available, the 12,000 mAh (possibly 44Wh) Dell Power Companion, that will boost battery life by up-to 7 hours. hip dates for the XPS 13 are 22nd Jan (Core i3) and 28th Jan (Core i7.)
Acer Chromebook 15, 2200gm
Acer are offering the Chromebook 15 with a 5th-generation Core i3 or Celeron 3205U processor based on the same architecture. The standard model comes with 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage and the 1366 x 768 pixel display. 4GB RAM and 32GB storage will be an option. The weight of the Acer Chromebook 15 is 2.2KG making it the heaviest Chromebook on the market but until another 15-inch option comes along (we?re expecting more than one competitor to appear over the next months, if not the next few days) there?s no real comparison. In terms of performance over the 4th-generation processors we?re not expecting a huge leap. The move to a 14nm process saves energy and allows Turbo Boost (where available) to operate for longer and there could be an improvement in the GPU, but don?t expect massive changes. Video playback battery life might get a boost through the new on-board audio decoder that?s in the Core i3 at least.
ASUS Zenbook UX303LA, 1450gm
The ASUS Zenbook UX303LA is a new 13.3" Laptop based on Intels latest Broadwell processor architecture. As one of the first Broadwell processors this devices supports DirectX 11.2, however this laptop is not supposed to be a serious gaming machine. At 1.45kg it weighs in the normal range of 13.3" devices. The IPS display features a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels. 256GB of SSD should serve for both sufficient amount of storage but also fast boot times. WiFi AC and Bluetooth 4.0 should offer good wireless connections. In terms of ports there is HDMI, mini displayport, SD card reader, combined mic and headphone jack as well as 3 USB 3.0 ports. 50Whrs of battery should serve for a decent batterylife. A backlit keyboard is included.
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).
CTL NL6 EDUCATION CHROMEBOOK, 1380gm
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.
Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro, 1179gm
The Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro is based on Intels Core-M 5Y70 processor. 8GB of RAM and 256GB of SSD Storage are included in the package. The 44.8Whr battery lets the Yoga 3 Pro run for up to 9hrs. WiFi AC and Bluetooth 4.0 complete the package. In terms of ports it brings a 3.5mm headphone jack, 2 USB 3.0 ports, microHDMI, a full size SD card reader and something very new and interesting: a DC-in in the shape of a USB port which can be utilized as an USB 2.0 port.
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.
HP Chromebook 14, 1846gm
The HP Chromebook 14 (Celeron Version) is based around the Intel Celeron 2955U processor. It packs 2GB of RAM and 16GB of SSD Storage. The 14" Display unfortunately just comes with a 1366x768 resolution. The device contains a 51Wh battery. The bigger size comes down to a heavier weight of around 1.85kg.
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.
Toshiba Chromebook CB30, 1500gm
Toshiba enters the Chromebook arena with the Toshiba Chromebook CB30. It comes with a 13.3" non-touch display, 2GB RAM and 16GB SSD Storage. Powered by the Intel Celeron 2955U dualcore processor clocked at 1.4GHz it offers enough power for surfing the web and using webapps on ChromeOS. Toshiba claims a battery runtime of up to 8.5 hours.
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.
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)
Acer Chromebook 13, 1500gm
The Acer Chromebook 13 is powered by NVIDIA Tegra K1 Quad Core ARM Cortex A15 Processor. Being powered by an ARM processor brings the advantage of battery runtimes of up to 13 hours. With Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi AC it brings with all the wireless standards one needs. The Device also features 2 USB 3.0 Ports and an HDMI port.
Emdoor EM-i8080, 355gm
The Z3735G is a 4-core CPU running at 1.33Ghz to 1.8Ghz which isnt bad. Theres little in terms of disk space though 2GB available to the user on the system shown in the video below although were sure the device will ship with a few more than that.
ASUS NX500, 2400gm
Weve never seen an Ultrabook with these specs before. The Asus NX500 Ultrabook was announced yesterday and it proves how far Ultrabook specification can be pushed. The NX500 is targeted squarely at creators and gamers and is one of the most impressive-looking Ultrabooks weve ever seen. No, this is not ultra-light, unless you want these specifications in a Windows laptop, and then it is!
HP Pavillion X2 13, 2218gm
The HP Pavillion X2 13 is a 13.3" dockable tablet that weighs 1.07 kg with a dockable base unit. The IPS display offers a resolution of 1366x768 pixels and is powered by the Intel HD 4200. The processor is a 4th generation Intel Core i3-4020Y with 1.5Ghz.
Acer Aspire S3 (2014), 1630gm
So the Acer Aspire S3 got a refresh. Design changes over the original S3 include a flat-folding screen and a more rounded style. A backlit keyboard, FullHD IPS touchscreen and Gorilla glass screen protection, 1TB ultra-thin (7.2mm) drive and WiDi support (as all new Ultrabooks) are in the specifications (see below for full specs). Highlight of the package is an Nvidia GeForce GT 735M graphics which should give you playable access to almost any game on the market.
Sony VAIO Flip 13, 1310gm
The Sony VAIO fit is a interesting Convertible Laptop. At 1.3kg with a 13.3" Screen you can use the touchscreen comfortably at your lap. It has an optional active digitizer, which is not included at default. The touchscreen registers up to 10 fingers. We like the Full HD resolution aswell as the 8GB of RAM. It features a dual webcams - a 8MP camera on the back and a not further specifed HD Webcam on the front. Note that the screen uses the so called 'Triluminous Display' technology for richer colours and contrasts.
Toshiba Kirabook 13, 1347gm
The Toshiba Kirabook 13 has a pressed magnesium chassis which gives it it's premium look. With 8GB of RAM and an Intel Core i7 4500U with 1.8Ghz it sports some serious hardware. 256GB of SSD storage should both be sufficient and fast for quick bootups and resume from standby. Toshiba claims a battery life of up to 9.16h, which should be enough for everyday usage scenarios. What we like is the multitouch screen with a resolution of 2560x1440 pixels.
HP SlateBook 14, 1700gm
A maximum of 64GB of storage is good (16 and 32GB also listed in the specifications) and when you pair that with 9 hours battery life, the dynamic OS that many many people know and love from their smartphones, a fullHD touchscreen, three USB ports, a MicroSD slot and HDMI you have indeed got something unique. We assume the Nvidia Tegra 4 processor is fanless too. Try getting FullHD on 14-inches with an SSD in the Windows PC world for $400!
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.
Asus Transformer Book Flip 13, 1750gm
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 2014, 1542gm
Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 2 13, 1600gm
Lenovo ThinkPad T400s, 1770gm
Fujitsu Stylistic Q704, 980gm
Fujitsu LifeBook U904, 1389gm
HP SlateBook X2, 1247gm
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.
Microsoft Surface Pro 3, 800gm
Microsoft have taken the Surface 2, increased the screen size an reduced the weight making it a leading example of tablet engineering. The 12-inch, 800 gram tablet won't be aimed at casual users but with the included digitizer it will appeal to creative types. Pricing matches its pro-level specifications. Starting at $799 it's 'accessible' but if you're looking at 8GB RAM, Core i5 and 128GB of SSD you'll be forced to take the 256GB model at $1299. Great engineering and a perfect device for a lot of creatives but not exactly your mainstream laptop-replacement, especially as similar performance can be had in an Ultrabook for a much lower price.
Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 14, 1990gm
Toshiba Satellite U50t, 2400gm
Lenovo Ideapad Flex 10, 1200gm
The Lenovo Ideapad Flex 10 mini-laptop offers touch, a good keyboard, USB3.0 and a multi-mode screen for a good price. There's no SSD inside, no SD card slot and a relatively basic screen but for the price this is a good value Windows 8 laptop in a netbook style.
HP Pavilion 11 X2, 1580gm
Toshiba Satellite Z30t, 1180gm
Toshiba Portege Z30t, 1200gm
Toshiba Portege Z30t is a laptop with a 13.3" non-touch screen technology and 1366x768 pixel resolution based on the Intel Haswell hardware platform. It has an Intel Core i5-4200U processor with a clock of 1.6GHz, Intel HD 4400 GPU and up to 8GB of RAM. There's also Wi-Fi 802.11 ac included for a faster internet conection and Bluetooth 4.0, but there's no 3G or 4G option. It's worth a look if you want a good laptop for every day use and, on some degree, to play games.
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
Fujitsu Lifebook T904, 1500gm
The Fujitsu Lifebook T904 is a touch-enabled Convertible Ultrabook based upon Intel's Haswell architecture. It features a Core i5-4200U with a clock of 1.6-2.6 GHz and up to 8GB of RAM. It's 13.3 inch convertible display features a resolution of a whopping 2560x1440 pixels. There are plenty of options to choose from, such as optional 3G/4G with GPS included, other storage options or processors ranging up to an Intel Core i7-4600U. It also features vPro for businesses. We like the dual input touchscreen with it's Digitizer that comes with it.
Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro, 1400gm
The Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro is markedly thinner and lighter than the Yoga 13 that started this 360-degree fold-back segment. An incredibly high resolution screen is the highlight. MicroHDMI and only two USB ports are disappointing. Great keyboard and battery life.
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.
ASUS Transformer Book Duet TD300, 1900gm
The ASUS Transformer Book Duet TD300 is, at launch, unique. The 'worlds fastest' Android tablet and a 4-second switch between Android 4 and Windows 8.1 on the same processor. Starting price at $599.
Lenovo Thinkpad X240, 1460gm
The Lenovo Thinkpad X240 is a fine long-duration compact traveler with build quality and great working fascia. The change to buttonless touchpad might disappoint those coming from the previous Thinkpads. Hot-swap battery with sizes up to nearly 100Wh, many security options and docking-port capable. A classic Thinkpad.
Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga, 1474gm
Dell Latitude E7440, 1630gm
Fujitsu Stylistic Q584, 640gm
Clearly aimed at business markets but offering some ofthe best specifications we've seen on the first wave of Baytrail tablets. 4G, 640gm, IGZO 2650x1600 screen, Digitizer and a built-in 38Wh battery are all high-end.
HP Omni 10, 652gm
The HP Omni 10 offers full-HD resolution on a 10-inch tablet in just 650 grams - a big step forward for Windows tablets. The entry price of 399 Euro is a step forward too.
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.
Microsoft Surface Pro 2, 907gm
ASUS T100, 544gm
One of the first 2-in-1's on Baytrail architecture. It's a lightweight product with a very usable tablet section. With the price at $345 (32GB at launch. $399 for 64GB storage) it could be a very attractive and highly dynamic tablet/PC combo.
Google Chromebook Pixel, 1520gm
The Chromebook Pixel is a touch-enabled Laptop running Google's Chrome OS. It weighs 1.52 kg and has a stunning 2560 by 1700 pixels 12.85 inch display. Unlike its predecessors this Chromebook comes with a lot processing power, offered by the Intel Core i5 Ivy Bridge processor. With 64GB SSD Storage and 1TB of Cloud Storage it focuses clearly on heavy cloud usage. With a built in SIM Card Slot it offers 3G support for internet on the go. Combining the 59Wh battery with the powersavings of Chrome OS this means some long lasting sessions on one charge.
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.
Fujitsu Lifebook UH90, 1387gm
The UH90′s centerpiece of course is its screen, with its heady resolution of 3200 x 1800 providing a pixel density of 262ppi but Fujitsu also has another trick up their sleeves by managing to squeeze the 14″ IGZO touchscreen display into a chassis that is about the same as for a 13″ model. Fujitsu also adds what it calls Super Glide Coating to the display for a better touch experience with Windows 8. Along with the display enhancements the UH90 also has a 1.6GHz Core i5-4200U Haswell processor with Intel HD 4400 graphics and a 500Gb hybrid drive with solid state cache, and with a thickness of only 15.5mm Fujitsu claims this is the thinnest Ultrabook available.
Lenovo Thinkpad S531, 2100gm
If youre using your laptop primarily to get things done then youll have a couple of things at the top of your wish list. Large screen, perfect working fascia and battery life; Youll probably also be prepared to take a hit on style or even weight for the right product. The Lenovo Thinkpad S531 could be just what youre looking for. A 9hr, 15 laptop with the Thinkpad KWM fascia and Ultrabook advantage. One thing to be aware of though is that this Ultrabook is based on older standards (Ivy Bridge). Because its got a 62.8Wh module inside, battery life isnt going to be a problem.
Samsung ATIV Book 9 Plus, 1300gm
The Samsung ATIV Book 9 Plus is a Haswell based Ultrabook with a gorgeous 3200x1800 pixels 13" display offering a multitouch layer. It runs on a Core i5 4200U at 1.6GHz with Turbo Boost up to 2.6GHz. Note that you need an adapter which comes with the package for ethernet. Unfortunately the VGA adapter is only optional.
Samsung ATIV Q, 1290gm
The Samsung ATIV Book Q is a hybrid with a completely new design, QuadHD+ (32001800) and weighing 1.2KG. Based on Haswell it should offer a lot of performance and great battery life. It comes with a dual operating system. Windows 8 and Android are provided with seamless switching making this a unique proposition at launch.
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.
Sony VAIO Pro 13, 1060gm
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.
Sony Vaio Duo 13, 1343gm
The first reviews of the Sony Vaio Duo 13 are in, the first product pages are up and availability of this not-quite-an-Ultrabook is said to be 9th June. Battery life tests look fantastic and it looks like Connected Standby, aka Active Sleep is on board. Oh, and the TRILUMINOS screen is said to be awesome. Theres so much to talk about
ASUS Zenbook Infinity, 1400gm
At 15.5mm with a touchscreen, the ASUS Zenbook Infinity is one amazingly thin Ultrabook. Gorilla Glass lid and touchscreen, backlit keyboard, 2560x1440 resolution, 4th-Gen Intel Core and more although at this stage the full specifications are not known. The ASUS Zenbook Infinity is being launched at Computex and although it wasn not mentioned in the ASUS press conference, a preview model was shown behind glass.
Acer Aspire S7 (Haswell), 1300gm
The Acer Aspire S7 just got refreshed - it's now based on Intel's Haswell architecture. It packs in several goodies for your pleasures. Starting with the optional 2560x1440 pixel display, a backlit keyboard, RAID-0 SSDs for blazing fast speed and Intel's WiDi technology, this Ultrabook is a serious option out there. With 180 of movability, the display - a 10-finger touchscreen by the way - gives you the option to lay the display flat onto a surface and play or watch something together. Battery life is proclaimed to be around 7hrs. For crystal clear voice Acer added a microphone array to their Ultrabook.
Acer Aspire S3 (Haswell), 1351gm
This is the refreshed version of the 2012 Acer Aspire S3 - now build upon Intel's Haswell platform. It comes with 1TB of HDD, NVIDIA GeForce GT 735M graphics, a 1080p IPS display with 170 degrees of viewability and includes Intel's Wireless Display aswell.
HP Envy TouchSmart 14, 2010gm
The HP TouchSmart 14 is an Ultrabook based on Intel's Haswell platform. What makes this stand above the crowd is it's impressive 3200x1800 pixels display. At 14" this will be the highest pixel density there is right now. There will be options for a 1366x768 or 1600x900 pixel display.
Razer Blade, 1880gm
Designed for Gaming says the advertising for the Razer Blade Ultrabook. We say you should look closely at this one even if youre not a gamer. Haswell, 1600900, 70Wh battery and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M make this Ultrabook unique. The design is pretty hot too.1.88KG for a 14 Ultrabook isnt the best youll find but given the battery capacity and the processing specs, you wont find anything lighter.
ASUS VivoBook V551, 2400gm
The ASUS VivoBook V551 is a 15.6" Ultrabook based on Intel's new Haswell platform. It's processor is a Core i7 with 1.8Ghz. 8GB of RAM together with a NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M make up a good performance for gaming. We are curious to see how long it's 3-cell 65W 4500mAh battery combined with Haswell's powermanagement will keep this thing up and running. The 15.6" display comes at a rather underwhelming 1366x768 resolution.
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.
ASUS Zenbook UX51VZ, 2160gm
The ASUS Zenbook UX51VZ is the same 15.6 inch UX51 that weve seen before not quite an Ultrabook thanks to a more power-hungry QM processor but with high density 28801620 IPS display, which puts it at 211.82 PPI. For comparison, the 15.4 inch MacBook Pro with retina display is 220 PPI. It comes with 2x 256GB SSD in high performance RAID 0 configuration for ultimate performance. It comes with an external DVD drive and USB subwoofer.
Samsung ATIV Book 5, 1900gm
The Samsung ATIV Book 5 is a Laptop based on Intel's Ivy-Bridge platform. It comes with a 14" 1366x768 pixels touchscreen. With Bluetooth 4.0 Wifi a/b/g/n and a gig-ethernet port there are plenty connection options. One annoying bit is the optional mini VGA adapter, which has to be bought seperately.
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 Kirabook, 1206gm
The Toshiba Kirabook is a premium Ultrabook built on Intel's Ivy-Bridge platform. It's most compelling feature is that sweet 2560 x 1440 pixels display. With HDMI out and 3 USB 3.0 ports as well as an SDXC card reader it comes with some decend ports. It comes in three flavors: i5, i5-touchscreen, i7-touchscreen. With Bluetooth 4.0, Intel WiDi support and WiFi b/g/n it offers great performance. The only thing we're missing at that premium price is an ethernet option. The housing is made of aluminum alloy which makes it stiff and light at the same time.
Inhon Blade 13 Carbon, 870gm
Taiwanese company Inhon has introduced the Blade 13 Carbon Ultrabook with dimensions that make it the thinnest and lightest Ultrabook available, taking the throne from the NEC LaVie Z. Coming in at 1.9lbs (870g) and 10.7mm thin the Blade 13 Carbon beats the NEC by 5g and 2mm while still packing specs comparable to any current Ultrabook. Options include Core i5 or i7 CPU, 13″ 1080p screen, 128 or 256GB SSD and 4GB RAM. Pricing is quoted at $1,350 with a lower priced option with a 1600900 screen and fiberglass body with still impressive dimensions of 2.6lbs (1,195g) and 12.6mm for about $1000.
Tarox Modula Ultrabook, 1500gm
The Tarox Modula Ultrabook is an Ivy-Bridge based Ultrabook which comes in various models. Basically there is a Core-i3 and a Core-i5 version with either 120GB or 250GB SSD. The Display comes at a rather average 1366x768 pixels at a 14" screen. We would have loved to see some more pixels in there, but arguably at that budget pricepoint we may overlook this here. To put all in a nutshell: a good middlerange ultrabook at a budget price!
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.
Samsung Series 7 Ultra Touch, 1460gm
The Samsung Series 7 Ultra runs Windows 8 and this model comes with a multitouch display capable of 10-point touch. The 13.3-inch display is full HD (19201080) and has a brightness of 350 nits. The touchscreen model weighs 1.65kg but offers a good 57Wh of battery capacity. This Ultrabook will hit the mark for many and we expect it to be a good seller in 2013
MSI S30, 1400gm
The MSI S30 is an Ultrabook based on the Intel Ivy Bridge platform. With it's 64GB SSD / 500GB HDD hybrid drive it offers both speed and space. The glossy display comes with a resolution of 1366x768. With a rather standard 4GB of RAM it should be suited for most applications.
Fujitsu Lifebook SH772, 1210gm
The Fujitsu Lifebook SH772 is a Ultrabook-like Laptop based on Intel's Ivy Bridge platform. There are many options to choose from like either a Core i5-3320M or Core i7-3520M. One also is able to choose between several HDD (up to 1TB) or SSD (up to 256GB) options as well as 2-8GB of RAM. The 72Wh 6-cell battery is supposed to serve up to 14hrs. For security reasons it offers a fingerprint reader.
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.
ASUS Fonepad, 360gm
The ASUS Fonepad is a 7-inch Jelly-Bean Android tab running on an Intel Z2420 Processor. It's got phone functionality. It offers Android Jelly Bean, up to 16GB of storage, front-facing and back-facing cam and of course, 3G. This ins't a top-end tablet but it is incredible value for those wanting a consumption device with 3G.
Kupa UltraNote X15, 760gm
The Kupa UltraNote X15 is a dockable Tablet system built upon Intel's Ivy Bridge platform. It consists of the Tablet itself and a dock with several ports, like an Ethernet port VGA and an SD Card Reader. The dock houses an additional battery for up to 12 hours of work.
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.
Gigabyte S1082, 790gm
The Gigabyte S1082 is a 10.1" Windows 8 Tablet with built in 3G. With Wifi B/G/N, Bluetooth 4.0, gigabit LAN, HDMI and VGA out combined with an SDHC Card-Reader plus a two port headphone + microphone jack this tablet has some serious ports to offer for such a small and cheap device. The Intel Celeron 847 with 2x1.1GHz should be more powerful than an atom based device. It comes with an 29.6Wh battery included. There is an optional Keyboard kit and an additional 20.25Wh extended battery available.
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.
HP ElitePad 900, 680gm
The HP ElitePad 900 is a new Windows 8 Tablet based on Intel's Clovertrail Platform. With its 16:10 ratio display at a resolution of 1280x800 is protected with Gorilla Glass 2. Availability is targeted towards late January 2013. The front-facing camera is supposed to serve a 1080p Full HD Video to the sensor and the rear-facing camera comes with 8MP and an LED flash.
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.
NEC LaVie X, 1590gm
This is the all new NEC LaVie X Ultrabook. It is incredibly thin at just 18.5mm and with a weight of only 1.59kg and a claimed battery life of 7hrs the 15.6" Ultrabook is a perfect companion device. It will most likely be only available in ASIA and might not find its way to the US or even Europe. The IPS 15.6" LCD has a resolution of 1920x1080 (FullHD).
Samsung Series 7 Ultrabook, 1460gm
The Samsung Series 7 Ultra runs Windows 8 and optionally comes with a multitouch display capable of 10-point touch. The 13.3-inch display is full HD (19201080) and has a brightness of 350 nits. Samsung says that the display has a viewing angle of 178 degrees. The non-touchscreen model weighs 1.46kg and is 17.5mm thick. The touchscreen model is a bit beefier at 1.65kg and 18.9mm.
Toshiba Satellite U845t, 1730gm
The Toshiba Satellite U845t Ultrabook is the touch-enabled version of the U845 in the USA. A budget Ultrabook launched at CES 2012 for $800 should have quite come competition in 2012
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.
ZaReason UltraLap 430, 1474gm
The ZaReason UltraLap 430 is one of the few Linux Ultrabooks launched recently. With a wide variety of operating systems to choose from (Ubuntu variants, Debian, Fedora) ZaReason leaves no one unsatisfied. It comes with either a Core i3 or a Core i5 processor and some serious options for Storage. One can choose from 3 versions on mSATA storage (64GB, 128GB, 256GB) + either one of the two HDDs (250GB, 500GB) or one of the 3 SSD options (128GB, 256GB, 512GB) making that a perfect modular choosable Ultrabook.
HP Spectre XT TouchSmart Ultrabook, 2164gm
This is the new HP Spectre XT TouchSmart Ultrabook 15t-4000. It is a touch-enabled Ultrabook featuring a powerful dual-core Intel Core i7-3517U with 1.9GHz with turboboost up to 3GHz and 4 Threats. The 15" IPS Display comes with a Full HD resolution (1920x1080). On the hardware side there is not much to choose from HP, however one can choose from 4 different Storage configurations (500GB HDD 7200 or 5400 RPM, 128GB SSD or 256GB SSD). With Windows 8 installed this could offer some nice touch-experience.
Lenovo IdeaPad S405, 1800gm
The Lenovo IdeaPad S405 is a new 14" notebook powered by the new AMD-A8-4555M. The A8 features 4 cores clocked at 1.6 GHz. With only 17W TDP this model could be an alternative to the ULV versions of the Core i models of Intel.
Dell XPS 13 Linux Developer Edition, 1360gm
The Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition is one of the first official Linux Ultrabooks to come to market. It packs an Intel Core i7-3667U processor in that package with 8GB of RAM. The 13" screen is protected by Gorilla Glass. Dell delivers this Ultrabook with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and offers support for it.
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.
Sony Vaio T14, 1500gm
The Sony VAIO T13 (SVT1311W1E) was one of the first Ivy Bridge based Ultrabooks with the new Intel HD 4000 integrated Graphics chip. It comes like its sister models with 4GB RAM, Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 + HS and a 13.3" display with a resolution of 1366x768. Unlike its sister models it doesn't come with a hybrid HDD/SSD but a true 128GB SSD.
ASUS VivoBook U38DT, 1600gm
Slotting right into the Ultrabook segment is this quad-core AMD-powered competitor. No SSD acceleration exists on the hard drive but many of the other specifications go directly head-to-head with Ultrabooks. Back-lit keyboard and slick design will please many. The GPU will please even more.
ASUS Zenbook Prime Touch UX31A, 1400gm
The ASUS Zenbook Prime Touch UX31A is a touch-enabled ultrabook coming with Windows 8. It features an Intel Core i7-3517U clocked at 1.9GHz. The primary focus on this device is its touch-enabled 1920x1080 pixel IPS display. At only 1.4Kg it is a light option for your bag to carry. In addition to that you will get a backlit keyboard and Intel's Wireless Display technology.
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).
Medion Akoya S4216, 1900gm
The Medion Akoya S4216 is a very special budget priced Ultrabook, intruduced by ALDI in Germany. It comes with an optical DVD burner AND an extra battery which is swappable with the optical disc drive. The included battery is a 4-cell Li-Ion battery and the extra battery (which also is included) is a 3-cell Li-Polymer type. With both batteries plugged in the Ultrabook is verified for up to 8hrs of batterylife. Intel Wi-Di is also included as well as USB 3.0 and a gigabit ethernet port.
Microsoft Surface Pro, 907gm
Microsoft's Surface Pro is likely to give the tablet category a good boost through the marketing and branding and this version of the Surface will be a true desktop-capable device. At 900gm it's one of the lightest Core-based tablets and the 10.1" screen also makes it highly portable. A digitiser layer, FULLHD resolution and keyboard accessories only make it more interesting. We'd have preferred to see a full size SD card slot although the SDXC slot will be useful in expanding storage space.
Dell Inspiron 15z, 2160gm
The Dell Inspiron 15z is a 15.6" Ultrabook which comes with a weight of 2.16kg and several different configurations ranging from core i3 to i7 CPU, 4-8GB of RAM, 500GB HDD + 32GB mSATA SSD or 128-256GB SSD. There is also a version with NVIDIA Geforce GT630M 2GB GPU. This model however comes with an Intel HD 4000.
Fujitsu Arrows Tab QH55J, 574gm
The Fujitsu Arrows Tab QH55/J is a very special Windows 8 tablet, as it's an IPX 5/7/8 waterproof tablet. There will be a 4GB RAM, Core i5, 11.6" version of this tablet as well. This might be an interesting option for some people.
Asus S500CA, 2100gm
Available with Core i5 and Core i7. Model number S500CA-CJ005H used for the specifications above.
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.
ASUS VivoBook S400, 1995gm
As one of the cheapest touch-enabled Ultrabooks, the Vivobook S400 should get a large audience although a deeper dive on the specs reveals a few points of note. The weight is mainstream rather than class-leading and the spinning hybrid drive won't bring you the speeds you see on SSD-based devices.
ASUS Vivo Tab Smart, 580gm
The ASUS Vivo Tab SMart is a smaller, lower cost version of the Vivo Tab. Still a full WIndows 8 tablet running on Atom, it has a 10" screen and no digitiser support.
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.
HP Envy Touchsmart, 1805gm
ASUS UX42VS, 1701gm
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 $1500.
Lenovo Thinkpad Twist, 1569gm
Asus U500, 2200gm
The Asus U500 competes with Ultrabooks like the Gigabyte U2442 in that it offers highly portable power. With up to a Core i7 quad-core processor and powerful Nvidia GT 650M graphics, the U500 is a mobile powerhouse but don't expect lengthy battery life. Due to the Quad Core 35W CPU ,the U500 is not a true Ultrabook. Also known as the UX51, which is a little confusing!
Samsung Chromebook, 1100gm
The all new Samsung Chromebook (Exynos 5) is a new Chromebook running on an ARM Cortex A15 platform. It comes at a sub 250$ 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.
Lenovo IdeaPad U510, 2200gm
The Lenovo IdeaPad U510 is a 15.6" Laptop running on Intel's Ivy Bridge platform. The laptop will be available with up to a Core i7 Ivy Bridge CPU, up to 8GB of RAM and a 500GB, 750GB or 1TB hard drive and optional 24/32GB SSD cache. It should come at a budget price point. With up to 6 hours of battery the laptop might offer enough juice for some entertainment purposes. Even though it comes with Windows 8 it does not feature a touchscreen.
Acer Aspire V5 Touch, 1950gm
This is the Acer Aspire V5 Touch, a Windows 8 Touch Ultrabook running on Intel's Ivy Bridge platform. It comes with either an 14 or 15 inch screen. The Touchscreen offers a recognition of up to 10 fingers.
Sony VAIO T13 Touch, 1600gm
The Sony VAIO T13 is a budget Touch Ultrabook featuring Windows 8. It's running on Intel's Ivy Bridge platform with up to 8GB of RAM. There are several configurations available with up to 256GB SSD Storage and CPU configurations with up to an Core i7. At a budget price this Ultrabook can be very tempting.
Samsung Series 9 13, 1133gm
Too good to be an Ultrabook? The Samsung Series 9 is not officially an Ultrabook because of a missing security subsystem but that might not deter many from being impressed by this. Ivy-Bridge and Windows 8 in the latest version with, recently, a low-cost version being introduced into some markets. Stylish, efficient and with a great screen and keyboard.
Samsung Series 9 15 Win 8, 1592gm
Samsung's Series 9 15" model comes with a 1600x900 screen a backlit keyboard and an Intel Ivy Bridge (3rd Gen) Core Processor. Windows 8 models available from end of October 2012 and there's a lower-cost 4GB version. This is a very high quality ultralight with excellent screen and keyboard.
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.
Dell XPS 12 Convertible, 1520gm
From a design perspective the XPS Duo 12 is certainly a stylish alternative to a slider or dockable tablet but we are concerned about the weight of the device in tablet mode. Pricing is also quite high but that may not deter those looking for a stylish option. 47Wh battery is not the largest in this weight category.
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.
Samsung Series 5 Ultra Touch, 1635gm
Centrino 2 band, 2 channel WiFi. No keyboard backlight. Disk/ram access panel. 1366x768 touchscreen.
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.
Toshiba Satellite U920t U925t, 1450gm
The Toshiba Satellite U920t is a Hybrid Laptop/Slider device based on Intel's Ivy Bridge platform. It comes with a rather big 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of SSD Storage. With its sliding mechanism it can easily transform into a Windows 8 Tablet. With an Core-i5 under the hood it should have enough power for everything you might expect from an Ultrabook.
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.
Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2, 599gm
The Lenovo ThinkPad 10 is a 10.1″ tablet, of just 10mm thickness. It is based on Intel's latest Atom Clovertrail platform and sports up to 10 hours of battery life. There is an optional stylus for use with active digitizer for enhanced accuracy while taking handwritten notes.
Dell Latitude 10, 725gm
The Dell Latitude 10 is a tablet with an optional (non-keyboard) dock. It comes with a swapable battery which is standard measured at 30Wh but can be upgraded to a whopping 60Wh. The dock adds 2x USB 2.0 ports, ethernet and a full SD slot. Please keep in mind the eMMC storage is up to 128GB so there might be lower-end versions as well.
Acer Iconia W510 , 576gm
The Acer Iconia W510 is a Transformer-style hybrid. It features a 10.1″ screen, 8.9mm thickness, 576 grams (w/o keyboard) and 32GB or 64GB of storage. The tablet has a SIM slot, microSD, micro-USB, and HDMI (unspecified connector type), as well as volume buttons, a microphone, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Keyboard dock is optional and doubles as an extra battery providing up to 18 hours of batter life.
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.
ASUS Pro BU400, 1640gm
This is obviously a business-oriented Ultrabook with a full set of ports and focus on touchpad and keyboard quality. Anti-glare HD/HD+ displays (options we assume) and..touchscreen. (not seen in the video, maybe its an option.) Spill resistant keyboard and reinforced carbon construction. This is a VPro-enabled Ultrabook for Business with encrypted hard drive, TPM module and Fingerprint reader.
Toshiba Satellite U945, 1700gm
The Satellite U945 Ultrabook is a more affordably-priced Ultrabook for everyday productivity and entertainment. Weighing less than four pounds and measuring less than 0.8 inches thin, it offers all the performance of a conventional PC but with slimmer styling and less Weight. It includes a 500GB hard drive3 with 32GB solid state drive cache for faster boot up times.
Dell Latitude 6430u, 1678gm
A very well built business-focused Ultrabook that comes with so many options you'll be hard-pressed not to find one that fits your requirements. Great keyboard, removable battery (36Wh and 60Wh options) and very quiet operation. Rugged build, VPro and an extensive range of service and security options also available.
Samsung Series 5 Slate, 899gm
Asus S46CM, 2300gm
The ASUS S56CM is a 15" Ultrabook with a wide range of options to choose from. With its thickness of only 21mm and 2.3kg weight this is a light 15.6" laptop. It runs on Intel's Ivy Bridge platform sporting a 1.8GHz Core i3 in its cheapest configuration and a Core i7 with 1.9-3GHz clockrate at the end of the price-spectrum. There is a sibling model of this laptop at 14" which lacks the NVIDIA GeForce GT635M graphics card.
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.
MAXDATA M-Book 4000, 1720gm
The MAXDATA M-Book 4000 U is a new Austrian Ultrabook running Intel's latest Ivy Bridge platform. It does feature Intel Anti-Theft technology which might come in handy for business users. The Matt Display also comes in handy for outdoor usage and with a weight of 1.72kg it is pretty lightweight.
ASUS S56CM, 2300gm
The ASUS S56CM is a 15" Ultrabook with a wide range of options to choose from. With its thickness of only 21mm and 2.3kg weight this is a light 15.6" laptop. It runs on Intel's Ivy Bridge platform sporting a 1.8GHz Core i3 in its cheapest configuration and a Core i7 with 1.9-3GHz clockrate at the end of the price-spectrum. There is a sibling model of this laptop at 14" which lacks the NVIDIA GeForce GT635M graphics card.
Samsung Series 5 NP535, 1450gm
This 'ulrathin' looks like an Ultrabook but is powered by the new AMD A6 Fusion processor. It offers good GPU performance but CPU performance is not what is seen on Ultrabooks. There's no SSD cache on the hard drive either.
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.
Targus USB3.0 Dual Video Adaptor, 313gm
This adaptor allows you to add two additional monitors to a PC via USB3.0 port. It uses DisplayLink technology to create two virtual display adaptors. May not be suitable for high0end video playback but is certainly acceptable for non video usage.
Toshiba Dynadock U3, 467gm
Acer Aspire V5 14, 2100gm
This is the 14" version of the Acer Aspire V5. It comes with a Intel Core-i3 2367M clocked at 1.4 GHz and a NVIDIA GeForce GT620M. It has 4GB of RAM and 320GB of Storage. The Device comes with a built-in DVD drive and a 4 cell battery which should power the device for up to 5 hours.
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.
Lenovo IdeaTab S2109, 580gm
The Lenovo IdeaTab S2109 is an Android 4.0 tablet with a 1 GHz TI OMAP 4430 dual core processor, 1GB of RAM, and a 9.7 inch, 1024 x 768 pixel display. Unlike some other relatively cheap tablets, the IdeaTab S2109 includes Bluetooth 3.0, a micro HDMI output, and a microSDHC card for expansion. It also has a front-facing 1.3MP camera.
Google Nexus 7, 340gm
This is the Google Nexus 7 tablet. It is a 7" tablet with a scratch resistant 1280x800 IPS display. It comes with 1GB of RAM and is available either with 8 or 16GB of Storage. As this is coming from Google it ships with Android 4.1 Jelly Beans. It does have some nice features like NFC and GPS. The battery is 4325mAh big and should power the device up to 8 hours of active use.
Vizio Thin Light CT15, 1796gm
Coming in 14″ (CT14) and 15.6″ (CT15) flavors, the Vizio Thin + Light is based on Ivy Bridge. Both feature the exact same ports, specs, and features. A whole range of Intel Ivy Bridge ULV processors is available: Core i3-3217U (1.8GHz), i5-3317U (1.7GHz), or i7-3517U (1.9GHz). All models are equipped with 4GB of RAM and integrated HD 4000 graphics. The screens are the only thing to set the two sizes apart. Its good to see that an HDTV manufacturer isnt sending this out with low res screens; the 14″ is equipped with a 1600900 display while the 15.6″ comes with a full 19201080 display. Weve confirmed that the 1080p screen is IPS, but the 1600900 screen doesnt appear to be
Vizio Thin Light CT14, 1538gm
Coming in 14″ (CT14) and 15.6″ (CT15) flavors, the Vizio Thin + Light is based on Ivy Bridge. Both feature the exact same ports, specs, and features. A whole range of Intel Ivy Bridge ULV processors is available: Core i3-3217U (1.8GHz), i5-3317U (1.7GHz), or i7-3517U (1.9GHz). All models are equipped with 4GB of RAM and integrated HD 4000 graphics. The screens are the only thing to set the two sizes apart. Its good to see that an HDTV manufacturer isnt sending this out with low res screens; the 14″ is equipped with a 1600900 display while the 15.6″ comes with a full 19201080 display. Weve confirmed that the 1080p screen is IPS, but the 1600900 screen doesnt appear to be
Apple Macbook Air 13.3 2012, 1350gm
This is the new MacBook Air 13.3 built upon Ivy-Bridge platform. It comes with 4GB of RAM and 128GB 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, SDXC card-reader and another Thunderbolt port available.
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.
Apple MacBook Pro 2012 15-inch, 2020gm
This is the new Apple MacBook Pro with a Retina display. It comes with 2 graphics cards, a built in Intel HD 4000 and a NVIDIA Geforce GT650M with 1GB of GDDR5 memory. It also comes with an HDMI out and 2 Thunderbolt ports. There is also an 2.6GHz Version available with 512GB SSD storage. The display features a stunning 2880x1800 resolution.
Acer Aspire Timeline Ultra M5, 1900gm
The new Acer Aspire Timeline Ultra M5 is an Ultrabook with a discrete graphics solution. It features an Nvidia GT640M for more graphics power. We don't have too much information on this one, but it is said to feature most specifications that the Acer Aspire M3 has.
LG Xnote Z450, 1200gm
The LG Z450 Ultrabook has been announced. Based on the same chassis as the LG Xnote Z430 it looks like a straight upgrade to Ivy Bridge to make a 2nd-generation Ultrabook. It comes with an 500GB hybrid HDD.
LG Xnote Z350, 1200gm
The LG Z350 Ultrabook has been announced. Based on the same chassis as the LG Xnote Z330 it looks like a straight upgrade to Ivy Bridge to make a 2nd-generation Ultrabook. LG also mentions a SATA3 SSD in their press release which could lead to some high disk speeds the reason that LG claims it will boot in 9 seconds perhaps.
Dell Inspiron 14Z, 2370gm
A new Ultrabook has quietly gone live within Dells world. The Dell Inspiron 14Z Ultrabook is showing in Dell stores across Australia and Asia and is a little bit confusing. Its at the 21mm limit for 14 Ultrabooks and it weighs a relatively heavy, no, very heavy, 2.37KG. Base pricing is coming in at the equivalent of about 1000 US dollars depending on the country. The Dell Inspiron 14Z is built on Core i3, Core i5 or Core i7 configuration. 8GB of RAM and a 500GB drive long with the DVD drive hint at work-horse scenarios.
NEC LaVie Z, 875gm
This is the NEC LaVie Z Ultrabook with a weight of stunning 999g. It features an Intel Ivy Bridge Core i5/i7 and has a resolution of 1600x900. The NEC LaVie Z joins the sub-1-kilo Ultrabook club by using an magnesium-lithium alloy for the body. There is also an i7-3517U clocked at 1.9GHz version.
Sony VAIO Z Series 2012, 1166gm
Sonys VAIO Z Series brings in a new blazing fast Ultrabook with an external GPU combined with an BD Drive. It brings the most advanced technology out there in one device at a heavy price point of $2749.99 at its maxed out configuration. The Base configuration will cost something around 2000$
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.
Fujitsu Lifebook UH572, 1570gm
The Fujitsu Lifebook UH572 is an Ultrabook based on an Intel Ivy Bridge Core i5/7 processor clocked at 1.7/1.9GHz. It features up to 8GB of RAM and comes with various HDD/SSD options. The built-in stereo speakers are DTS licensed and should offer good audio quality. Having UMTS/HSUPA built in this Ultrabook can be good for working on the go.
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.
ASUS Tablet 600
The ASUS Tablet 600 is a Tegra 3 powered ARM device running Windows 8 RT. It comes with a 10.1" screen at a resolution of 1366x768. Just like the Transformer Prime one can detach the Tablet from the Keydock and use it as a Tablet only device. On the back it features an 8MP camera with flash and on the front an 2MP camera. Not only does this tablet include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, an e-compass and a gyroscope but also NFC.
ASUS Transformer Book, 1900gm
The ASUS Transformer Book is a new generation of notebooks allowing the user to switch between a notebook and a tablet instantly by detaching the screen. It comes with Ivy Bridge-based Intel Core i7/5/3 and 128GB SSD. The docking station extends the device by providing features and connectivity you'd expect from a standard Ultrabook or laptop.
ASUS TaiChi 31, 1500gm
A completely new cdesign in convertible tablet / laptops. Instead of a new style of hinge, ASUS have simply put two screens on the TaiChi. This is running Windows 8 with an Ultrabook core. Clearly it's not going to be available until later this year. We're adding news items, videos and specifications to this page as it develops. Check back regularly.
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.
Acer Aspire S7 13", 1300gm
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 12hrs claimed for the 13.3" model is much more than we've seen on similar 1st-gen Ultrabooks
HP ENVY 6t, 2154gm
The Envy 6t is the large-screen Ultrabook in HP's 2012 range of thin and lights. 15.6" sounds productive but we're a little dissapointed to see 1366x768 resolution on such a large screen. As yet, we haven't seen any options for higher resolution screens but this could be something HP offer in their B2B business. 2nd and 3rd-Generation CPUs are available along with a discreet GPU option. As yet, we haven't seen any SSD options which clearly leaves space for the HP Envy Spectre models
Dospara Prime Note Altair, 1701gm
The Dospara Prime Note Altair is a Japanese market Ultrabook and includes a DVD writer and 8GB RAM along with the 3rd Generation Core CPU from Intel. a 500GB+64GB drive and a good set of ports round off would could be an interesting workhorse. Only the 1366x768 screen disappoints. Launch price including local taxes is $US 1023 for the base model (Core i5)
Toshiba Satellite U840W, 1570gm
Looking very focused toward that cinema experience but also something that will be useful for productivity. Side-by-side windows would work well in this resolution. The weight seems acceptable for the size and as with other Toshiba Ultrabooks, the port selection is good.
Toshiba Portege Z930, 1120gm
The upgrade to the Z830 takes the same lightweight chassis and adds the 3rd generation Core processor and a faster SSD. This will be available in various version around the world with up to 8GB of RAM, 256GB of SSD and UMTS/WiMax options. The screen resolution remains the same which is dissapointing but given that the Z830 was an excelent Ultrabook, the Z930 will still be able to compete.
Onkyo DR6A-US3, 1690gm
This is the first Ultrabook from Onkyo featuring a 14" Display with a resolution of 1366x768 pixels. Its Battery should last for about 8 hours. The processor is an second generation Intel Core-i7 2637M clocked at 1.7GHz.
Gigabyte U2440, 1918gm
The Gigabyte U2440 is a thin and light notebook with a 3rd generation Intel Core processor, NVIDIA graphics, and a starting price of about $699 making the U2440 cheaper than most ultrabooks that offer discrete graphics.
Coby Kyros MID 9742-8, 560gm
The Coby Kyros MID9742-8 is an 9.7" Android 4.0 Tablet with an 1GHz single core processor and 1GB of RAM. It does not have Google Play Store access but has Getjar store pre installed. It does playback 1080p videos and has an integrated miniHDMI out. Its 8GB of internal storage can be easily expanded with an up to 32GB microSD Card.
Samsung Series 5 550 Chromebook, 1369gm
The Samsung Series 5 550 Chromebook is the latest model of Chromebooks and has 3G connection. It has Wi-Fi a/b/g/n and Gigabit Ethernet. With its 6800mAh battery it is said to last for up to 6 hours. At roughly 1.4kg it is a bit heavier than most Ultrabooks however still lighter than normal laptops.
Maguay MyWay U1401i, 1600gm
The Maguay MyWay U1401i is the first Romanian Ultrabook we've seen so far. As this is a budget Ultrabook there are some down-sides to it. It comes with an older Wi-Fi b/g module and an hybrid HDD instead of true SSD storage.
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.
Barnes & Noble NOOK Tablet, 400gm
The Barnes & Noble NOOK Tablet is a 7" 1GHz dual-core Tablet with a resolution of 1024x600. It comes either with 8 or 16GB of Storage and 512MB RAM for the 8GB Version or 1024MB RAM for the 16GB Version. The Device itself comes with a Barnes & Noble Store and has no Google Play Store access. However its low price and the possibility to get the Google Play Store on the device with a little effort makes the Device quite compelling.
Redfox WizBook Razor, 1450gm
The Redfox WizBook Razor WR141HU is the first Philippine-Branded Ultrabook we've seen so far. It comes with an 2nd-Gen Core i3-2367M clocked at 1.4GHz. Unlike most Ultrabooks this one comes with 500GB of HDD. With 4GB of RAM and a battery life of 7.5 hours claimed by the manufacturer at an interesting starting price it can be quite compelling.
ASUS Transformer Pad, 586gm
A good upgrade from the original Transformer. The Transformer Pad TF300T is the first device to use Nvidia's Tegra 3 platform. The optional keyboard has an additional battery which will allow the Transformer to run up to 18 hours, according to Asus. The add-on nature of this keyboard makes the Transformer Prime a versatile device; able to function as a standalone tablet, or as a laptop-style productivity device. Unfortunately the tablet itself is somewhat lacking in the port department, with only Micro HDMI, MicroSD, and a proprietary dock connector on the tablet itself. Adding the keyboard will also bring along with it a full-sized SD card reader and full-sized USB 2.0 port, though it would have been nice to see one full-sized USB port on the tablet itself along with another on the keyboard for adding a mouse and an external storage device.
ASUS Zenbook Prime UX32VD, 1500gm
The entry-level UX32VD comes with Core i5 and a 1366x768 display but it's the Core i7 version with IPS display that is getting us excited. A discreet graphics card improves gaming capability and a reasonably large battery helps drive the UX32VD for as long as possible. The Hybrid HDD includes 'Express Cache' acceleration via a 23GB SSD. Premium features like backlit keyboard and high-quality speakers add to the great value of the ASUS Zenbook UX32VD
ASUS Zenbook Prime UX32A, 1440gm
The ASUS Zenbook Prime is an 13.3" Ultrabook with a resolution of 1366x768. It is based on Intel's Ivy Bridge processor and should start at a price point of 800$. It does have a 24GB SSD cache Partition for system acceleration. Depending on how well the SSD based cache partition works, the UX32A could be a powerful Ultrabook at a reasonable Price.
ASUS Zenbook Prime UX31A, 1300gm
The ASUS UX31A is an Ultrabook with a Full HD 1920x1080 13.3" display. It is powered by Intel's Ivy Bridge processor and features an Intel HD 4000 GPU. Having an Intel Centrino N 6205 Wi-Fi module, the Ultrabook is capable of Intel's Wireless Display technology (WiDi). Unlike its smaller sibling UX21A the UX31A does feature a full size SD Card reader.
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.
Wipro e.go Aero Ultra, 1700gm
The Wipro e.go Aero Ultra is a 14" Ultrabook from India. It has pretty standard configuration except the 32GB SSD Cache partition combined with a 500GB HDD. The weight of 1.7kg is compared to other Ultrabooks relatively high but still is lighter than most 14" Laptops.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, 345gm
The Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 is the direct decendant of the Samsung Galaxy Tab (7.0). It has some very unique features like an Infrared Port for media control via Tablet. It also has built in voice (celluar) capabilities which are rarely to be found in tablets. It uses HSPA+ for network connections and also features Bluetooth 3.0 as well as Wi-Fi b/g/n. Displaywise it features a PLS Touchscreenwhich offers greater viewing angles than a normal display.
CCE Info Ultrabook F3, 1701gm
The CCE Info Ultrabook comes with a 3rd-Generation Core 17 CPU at 2.0Ghz putting it a the high-end of Ultrabook processor performance. A DVD writer is included which is likely to have been a strong requirement for the Brazilian market where it will be manufactured and sold. A 'medium' resolution screen and 1.7KG put it somewhere in the mainstream of specifications despite the high-end CPU.
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.
HP EliteBook Folio 9470m, 1630gm
The HP EliteBook Folio 9470m is a business focused Ultrabook with up to 16GB of RAM and either 500GB of HDD or 256GB SSD. It features 3 USB 3.0 Ports, VGA and a DisplayPort 1.1a The primary 4-cell 52 WHr battery can be extended with another 6-cell Slice battery with 60 WHr capacity.
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.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, 1350gm
The X1 Carbon is the second Ultrabook that weve seen that is built on a carbon fiber chassis. Screen resolution is 1600900 and is said to be wide-angle, but not IPS. The screen itself is matt which is great for outdoor usage. The ThinkPad Precision Keyboard looks very much the same as the one were testing in the U300S right now but it has the touchpoint button, a fingerprint reader and the Thinkpad style mouse buttons. It will be backlit too. RapidCharge and 3G/4G options will be available. Pricing has not been made public but this is clearly going to be a device that extends will into the $2K range. As far as we can tell, Lenovo did not announce any Ivy Bridge update for the existing X1. Availability: Summer 2012
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet, 715gm
The Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet is a standard Tegra 2 device with 3G options and up to 64GB Storage. It does feature an IPS display with Gorilla Glass. With its full size USB slot and its SD Card Slot it provides good connectivity for file exchange on the go.
Fujitsu Lifebook U772, 1500gm
Looking absolutely fantastic, the U772 is the first Ivy Bridge Ultrabook from Fujitsu. Various CPU, storage and RAM options will be available. In terms of ports, there's a good selection including SDXC card reader, 2xUSB3.0 and an ethernet port (via adaptor cable.) At 15.9 mm thick, it's one of the thinnest Ultrabooks of 2012.
HP ENVY Spectre XT, 1392gm
The HP ENVY Spectre XT is a 2nd-gen Ultrabook running on Intel's latest Ivy-Bridge processors. THe screen is a disappointing 1366x768 and the weight is average at 1.4KG. Beats Audio, a backlit keyboard and a selection of three Ivy Bridge processors and two SSD configurations give this Ultrabook business appeal.
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.
Motorola XOOM 2, 590gm
The Motorola XOOM 2 is a Tegra 2 based Tablet with 1GB RAM. There are Wi-Fi only and 3G versions available with either 16 or 32GB Storage. With its 1.3MP front-facing camera it is well suited for VOIP calling or video calls.
HP Envy 4, 1750gm
The HP Envy 4t is available in Intel and AMD configurations and known as a 'sleekbook,' not an Ultrabook. There are discreet graphics GPU options and the CPU range includes both 2nd-gen and 3rd-gen CPU options. No SSD available at present [June 3rd 2012]
Sony VAIO T13, 1500gm
The Sony VAIO T13 (SVT1311W1E) was one of the first Ivy Bridge based Ultrabooks with the new Intel HD 4000 integrated Graphics chip. It comes like its sister models with 4GB RAM, Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 + HS and a 13.3" display with a resolution of 1366x768. Unlike its sister models it doesn't come with a hybrid HDD/SSD but a true 128GB SSD.
Lesance NB S3431, 1640gm
Shocking thinness and price says the advertising for the new Lesance NB S3431 Ultrabook. While 19mm might not be a shock to anyone that reads Ultrabooknews, the price of $725 (59980 Yen) is pretty impressive.
HP Slate 2, 690gm
The HP Slate 2 is a Windows 7 Tablet powered by an Intel Atom Z670 clocked at 1.5 GHz. It has up to 64GB mSATA Storage and should last with its 2-cell (30WHr) battery up to 7.5 hours. With the possibility to add the Tablet to the optional dock one can have 2 more USB 2.0 ports plus the ability to extend the screen via HDMI to another device.
Samsung Series 5 NP530, 1450gm
The new Samsung Series 5 Ultra 530U3C-A02 is currently being offered with the Core i7, 8GB RAM and 500GB hybrid hard drive (we hope with the same ExpressCache setup as the current Series 5 it works well) for 999 which is about the same as the launch prices for entry level models of 1st-Gen Ultrabooks. There's an NP530U3C-A05 listed for 799 and this is currently showing with a Core i5 Sandy Bridge processor. We suspect this will turn out to be the entry-level version of the new Samsung Series 5 Ultrabook with Ivy Bridge. As a starting price, it's not too bad.
Wortmann Terra Mobile Ultrabook 1450, 1600gm
The Wortmann Terra Mobile Ultrabook 1450 is a affordable Ultrabook with an Intel Core i3, 4GB of RAM and an 128GB SSD. It's a good entry to the world of Ultrabooks giving you the advantages of having a light and powerful device at a decent pricepoint.
Sony VAIO T13, 1600gm
The Sony VAIO T13 is a budget Ultrabook at a price point of 799� starting to sell Mid June 2012. It is based on the Sandy Bridge Platform which is unsurprisingly at that price point. The Sony VAIO T13 has some nice features like a 320GB Hybrid HDD with 32GB SSD for system responsiveness, Gigabit ethernet and Bluetooth 4.0 + HS.
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.
Lenovo IdeaPad K1, 750gm
The Lenovo IdeaPad K1 is an Tegra 2 powered 10.1" Android Tablet. It comes with Android 3.0 and should get Android 4.0 (aka Ice Cream Sandwich) in Q2 2012. At its pricepoint and its still powerful Tegra 2 chipset it offers a good starting point for Tablet starter.
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.
Coby Kyros 7, 395gm
The Coby Kyros 7 is an low budget entry level Tablet with a single core CPU clocked at 1GHz and with a screen of 800x480 resolution. It unfortunately comes with Android 2.3 Gingerbread and comes with 4GB storage built in. With it's mini HDMI out the device supports 1080p output to an external screen. The price point of only 99$ could be a real selling point for many people. Please keep in mind though that there is no Android Marketplace installed on this device, however there are possibilities to get it installed.
HP Mini 1104, 1260gm
HP offers with the Mini 1104 a medium-range netbook with great battery life of over 10 hours when equipped with the 6 cell battery. At a price point of 349$ this is a great netbook for everyone who needs an extra of battery life.
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.
Acer Iconia Tab A200, 704gm
The Acer Iconia Tab A200 is a new Tablet featuring Android Ice Cream Sandwich. It is a fairly regular Tegra 2 based device with an 10.1 inch display at a resolution of 1280x800. It's battery lasts for about 7 hours at video playback. At it's price of 350 it can be a good competitor agains the iPad.
Ainol Novo 7 Paladin, 360gm
The Ainol Novo 7 Paladin is a 1GHz Tablet featuring Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. It is a super low cost entry level device at a pricepoint of around 150. With USB-OTG support and 3G and RJ-45 over USB the device can be a great entry into the tablet world
Acer Aspire One D270, 1300gm
The latest Acer Aspire One D270 features Intel's newest Cedar Trail platform and comes with standart Netbook hardware. It however features a Bluetooth 4.0 HS module. As this netbook comes with an Intel Atom N2800 it is capable of playing back HD videos.
Novatech nFinity 2367, 1650gm
The Novatech nFinity 2367 is a affordable Ultrabook with an Intel Core i3, 2GB of RAM and a 64GB SSD. The Novatech nFinity could serve as a Entry to the World of Ultrabooks giving you the advantages of having a light and powerful device at a decent pricepoint.
Kupa X11, 1019gm
The Kupa X11 comes with a multitouch screen and an active digitizer which is pressure sensitive. It is built on Intel's Oak Trail platform sporting a 1.5GHz Processor and packs 2GB of RAM. Battery life is promised to be about 10hrs.
Acer Aspire M3, 2300gm
The Acer M3, launched in March 2012 brings big-screen to the Ultrabook segment. It also brings discreet graphics in the GT640M module which will open up some gaming, CAD and video possibilities. At 2.3KG it's a vey heavy Ultrabook though and the screen resolution of 1366x768 will really dissapoint some. A large battery capacity should offset the extra battery drain from the large screen and GPU. Entry level pricing is competitive.
Apple iPad 2012, 662gm
The new 2012 Apple iPad with its crisp display with a resolution of 2048x1536 features a dual core Apple A5X processor. It comes with a 5MP Camera on its back and comes with Bluetooth 4.0. There is a Wifi version and a 4G/LTE Version like on previous generations with either 16, 32 or 64 GB of Memory.
Gigabyte U2442, 1590gm
Two models in the U2442 range offer 1600x900 screens and GT640M CPUs which make them competitors to the UX32VD. A base, S Model, offers 1366x768 with Core i5 and the GT640M graphics CPU which at a RRP of $999 offers some interesting possibilities. One specifications we're not too happy with is the 44Wh battery, relatively low-end for a 1.6KG 14" Ultrabook.
LG Optimus Vu
The LG Optimus Vu was launched on MWC 2012. It is a 5" Phone but it's display has an aspect ratio of 4:3. Just like the Samsung Galaxy Note it features stylus input and has an 650 nits bright display. It comes with Android 2.3 but should soon be updated to Android Ice Cream Sandwich.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, 583gm
The new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is the Tablet brother of the smaller smartlet Galaxy Note. It does feature a stylus for handwritten input and easier drawing capabilities. With the device itself comes Photoshop Touch and Adobe Ideas pre-installed which go hand in hand with the stylus. The capacity of the battery is 7000mAh.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, 588gm
The new Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 launched at Mobile World Congress 2012 is the latest version of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and sister device of the new Galaxy Tab 2 7.0. In comparison to its predecessor the screen resolution went up to 1280x800 from 1024x600. The Battery is of 7000 mAh capacity and there will be both 3G/Wifi and Wifi only models with either 32 or 16 GB of storage. The Device is powered by the latest Android 4.0 in combination with Samsungs Touchwiz interface.
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.
Samsung Series 9 15, 1592gm
Samsung's Series 9 15" model comes with a 1600x900 screen a backlit keyboard and an Intel Ivy Bridge (3rd Gen) Core Processor. Windows 8 models available from end of October 2012 and there's a lower-cost 4GB version. This is a very high quality ultralight with excellent screen and keyboard.
Toshiba Portege R835-P81, 1451gm
The Toshiba Portege R835-P81 is a mid-range Notebook with an magnesium alloy casing. Together with its spill-resistant keyboard it seems to be a rugged Notebook. Its 6 cell battery will power it up to 9hrs and with its DVD drive/burner it will find its customers. Intels Wireless Display technology also enables great connectivity for the future.
ASUS B23E, 1497gm
The ASUS B23E focusses on business users and offers more mid-range specifications for a normal laptop. It does however feature a Smartcard slot and an Expresscard slot. Its case is made out of an magnesium alloy to withstand most situations.
Sony VAIO Z Series, 1166gm
Sonys VAIO Z Series brings in a new blazing fast Ultrabook with an external GPU combined with an BD Drive. It brings the most advanced technology out there in one device at a heavy price point of $2749.99 at its maxed out configuration. The Base configuration will cost something around 2000$
Toshiba Satellite U840, 1730gm
The new Toshiba Satellite U840 Ultrabook comes with an Intel Core i5-2467M, 8GB of RAM and an 14" Screen at 1366x768 Resolution. It fits quite well in the Ultrabook range offering a 6 Cell Battery at a maximum of 19.9mm thickness. It comes with a Hybrid disk drive combining 320GB of an HDD with 16GB of a SSD for faster booting times. Battery Life should be up to 8 hours says Toshiba.
Apple MacBook Air 13.3, 1350gm
The mid-2011 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. This 13.3" model also comes with a larger battery and an SD card slot. Apple rates the battery for 7 hours of web use, 2 hours longer than the 11.6" version.
LG Xnote Z430, 1500gm
Samsung Series 5 14, 1430gm
The Samsung Series 5 14 pushes the boundaries of the Ultrabook definition but has a unique position in the market as being the only Ultrabook with a DVD drive. Like the Series 5 it's a well-rounded device with good keyboard, ports and specifications. Weight is high although relatively light for a 14" notebook. [Jan 18 2012]
Lenovo IdeaPad U410, 1800gm
Targeted at the lower-cost Ultrabook segment the Lenovo Ideapad U410 offers the latest Intel 'Ivy Bridge' but also adds the Nvidia GeForce 610M for additional graphics capability. A relatively low-resolution screen my put some off but the pricing looks very competitive. Lenovo's quality could also win some customers for the U410 Ultrabook.
Lenovo IdeaPad U310, 1700gm
The Lenovo U310 is breaking Ultrabook price barriers with its entry level model and although it's based on a 2011 CPU, is still worth looking at for home and student use. This is an Ultrabook that could be interesting for netbook users looking to upgrade too. Higher-end models are still price competitive and offer the latest Core i5 'Ivy Bridge' platforms with the HD4000, gaming-capable built-in graphics unit.
Lenovo IdeaPad S110
Lenovo IdeaPad S200, 1301gm
Pantech Element
MSI Wind U180, 1200gm
Gigabyte Booktop M2432, 1810gm
Acer Iconia Tab A700
HTC Jetstream, 700gm
Dell XPS 13, 1400gm
Available as an updated Ivy Bridge build now the XPS 13 is a quality bit of kit. Unfortunately it only has a 720P HD screen rather than 1600x900 or FullHD so that might put some people off. We'd love to see an update of this with a 1600x900 touchscreen.
Lenovo IdeaTab K2110
Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13, 1530gm
The Lenovo Ideapad Yoga is a convertible touchscreen Ultrabook. The design allows the screen to be tilted all the way onto the back of the device. At 1.5KG it won't be a lightweight tablet but it can be used in 'easel' mode and of course, has all the touch capabilities available when used as a normal laptop. A 1600x900 IPS screen adds to the high-end specs. An 11" version is available (Yoga 11S from March 2013) with Core CPU. A Windows RT 11" version is also available.
Gigabyte Booktop T1132N, 1760gm
Gigabyte Booktop
Samsung Series 9 13, 1133gm
HP Envy 14 Spectre, 1769gm
The HP Envy 14 Spectre is a fully specified Ultrabook with some relatively unique features like Beats audio and and 1600x900 resolution behind a Gorilla Glass screen but it comes in at a high price and weight. Performance and battery life is unlikely to be significantly better than other Core i5-based Ultrabooks.
Gigabyte T1006
Asus Eee PC X101CH, 1000gm
Asus Eee PC 1225B, 1440gm
Asus Eee PC 1025CE
Asus Eee Pad MeMO, 400gm
Asus Transformer Pad Infinity, 586gm
Toshiba NB 510
Gigabyte S1081, 895gm
Acer Aspire S5, 1200gm
The S5 is an advanced Ultrabook design from Acer that forms their high-end offering for Q2 and Q3 2012. The Acer S3 continuess to be the 'value' Ultrabook. Full SSD, a Thunderbolt port, very thin design and hidden 'magic flip' port bay are key features.
Lenovo Thinkpad T430u, 1870gm
Samsung Series 5 13.3, 1430gm
The Samsung Series 5 13" could be a good value Ultrabook although entry level versions will come with a Hybrid hard drive rather than an all-SSD build and it's relatively heavy at nearly 1.5KG. The keyboard is good, port selection is good and you've got an Intel Centrino WiFi card capable of Wi-Di so at the current 799 pricing in Europe we think it's a better choice than the Acer S3. US pricing is looking a a little higher at $999 [Jan 18 2012]
Motorola Droid 3, 167gm
LG Xnote Z330, 1210gm
Offering a good range of ports in a great design the LG Z330 looks like it could be one of the top Ultrabooks of early 2012 although we're not too happy to see a near-useless micro-SD port. The slim bezel design adds to the style and at 1.21KG it's not too heavy. The Shuriken display should support 'panel self refresh' which could bring significant in-use power-savings.
Lenovo IdeaPad U300, 1580gm
Lenovo Thinkpad X220, 1300gm
Samsung NP350, 1352gm
A very well rounded Ultrabook alternative. This hard-disk based laptop is available with Core i3 and Core i5 (mobile, not ultra-low voltage CPUs) and offers very similar battery life and performance figures to a standard ultrabook. The boot and program start times are slower than an Ultrabook though. Not available in all regions and pricing varies. In some areas the Core i3 version can be a real bargain.
Medion Lifetab, 720gm
Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime, 586gm
Definitely a good upgrade from the original Transformer. The Transformer Prime is the first device to use Nvidia's Tegra 3 platform. The optional keyboard has an additional battery which will allow the Transformer Prime to run up to 18 hours, according to Asus. The add-on nature of this keyboard makes the Transformer Prime a versatile device; able to function as a standalone tablet, or as a laptop-style productivity device. Unfortunately the tablet itself is somewhat lacking in the port department, with only Micro HDMI, MicroSD, and a proprietary dock connector on the tablet itself. Adding the keyboard will also bring along with it a full-sized SD card reader and full-sized USB 2.0 port, though it would have been nice to see one full-sized USB port on the tablet itself along with another on the keyboard for adding a mouse and an external storage device.
Dell Latitude 2110, 1474gm
Lenovo IdeaPad A1 Tablet, 399gm
Lenovo ThinkPad 11, 1500gm
Asus Lamborghini VX6 Eee PC, 1500gm
Motorola Xoom Family Edition, 650gm
Lenovo Thinkpad X1, 1690gm
Fujitsu Lifebook SH771, 1220gm
Acer Aspire TimelineX 3830TG-6431, 1905gm
Samsung NP300, 1288gm
HP Folio, 1490gm
Unlike some other ultrabooks, the HP Folio offers a reasonable set of ports. You'll get full-sized HDMI for audio/video output, a gigabit ethernet port, one USB 2.0 port, and one USB 3.0 port (backwards compatible to 2.0). Additionally there is a combo 3.5mm line-in/line-out port for headphones or a microphone, and there's a multi-card reader. The backlit keyboard is also a plus. As with other HP notebooks, the Folio has Altec Lansing speakers which are 'Dolby Advanced Audio' certified, but don't expect them to replace your stereo system. The ability to expand the RAM up to 8GB will be good for some users; many other ultrabooks have cases sealed with non-standard screws and aren't intended for aftermarket modification.
Lenovo X121e, 1550gm
HP Pavillion DM1, 1601gm
ASUS U36SD, 1670gm
Samsung Galaxy Nexus, 135gm
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is similar in form to the Samsung Nexus S. Both phones have curved Super AMOLED displays, but the Galaxy Nexus uses a substantially higher resolution (800x480 vs. 1280x720) and a larger display (4.0" vs. 4.65"). The dual-core 1.2GHz processor ought to run very well with Ice Cream Sandwich which has been built to take advantage of dual-core processors. Connectivity and camera are somewhat underwhelming. The 5MP resolution on the rear-facing camera could be found in smartphones at least two years ago, and the current expected standard for high-end phones is 8MP. There are no port-based connectivity options on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus beyond the MicroSD port. Samsung and Google would probably like to think that they've made up for this lack of ports with the inclusion of NFC and Bluetooth 3.0, but in reality it will be some time before those technologies get utilized in a widespread way.
Toshiba Thrive 7, 399gm
Motorola ET1, 40gm
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, 345gm
Skytex Skytab, 953gm
Skytex Skypad Alpha, 386gm
Asus Eee PC 1201PN Seashell, 1460gm
Archos Arnova 10 G2, 539gm
Archos Arnova 7 G2, 369gm
Amazon Kindle Fire, 411gm
Dell Latitude ST, 816gm
With a focus on business, the Latitude ST offers a hi-resolution screen and long battery life along with basic connectivity options with full-size ports. The casing is rubberised for grip. Capcative and Digitiser inpout layers are included. The optional docking station adds Gigabit Ethernet and comes with a keyboard. The 'Oaktrail' Z670 isn't a powerful CPU so multi-tasking will be limited. If the SSD is fast, it will help improve Windows 7 performance, otherwise it could feel quite sluggish.
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.
Huawei Mediapad, 390gm
European pricing of 400 Euros indicates that this could be a great value 3G-capable tablet. Fast processor, latest OS and a high-resolution IPS display.
Apple iPhone 4S, 136gm
LG XNote P220, 1300gm
The thin bezel on the LG P220 is going to attract a lot of people. 12.5" screen in a 11.6" frame is usable and stylish. At 21mm deep this sits just outside the target thickness for an Ultrabook. The LG Xnote P220 launches firs in Korea with 2 variants. The 320GB HDD version and a 128 SSD version. It is unknown if the 320HDD comes with SSD cache to speed up boot time. If not, this isn't an Ultrabook. Certainly none of the marketing materials so far have mentioned the 'Ultrabook.'
Samsung T-Mobile Sidekick 4G, 159gm
Sony Tablet P, 370gm
ASUS UX31, 1297gm
The UX31 (and smaller UX21) were the first true Ultrabooks to become available and ASUS have included a good set of specifications that include USB3, a high brightness 1600x900 screen and 128GB of fast SSD. We've reviewed the UX31 (and UX21) and it's an amazing bit of kit but you'll need to watch out for the keyboard which didn't work-out for us. Our review link is above.
Acer Aspire S3, 1350gm
The Acer S3 was always the honest, budget option in the market. Now updated with Windows 8 (from Oct 26th 2012) it still offers good value for money. CPU starts with Core i3 Sandy Bridge, the older generation, and other specs remain unchanged. [Oct 2012]
Toshiba Portege Z830, 1120gm
The Toshiba Satellite/Portege Z830/Z835 was one of the best early Ultrabooks. A leading 1.1KG weight, aluminium casing and a great range of ports and features. The features match its business-like looks. Watch out for: Noisy fan in quiet environments, slightly 'squishy' keyboard. Z835 is the US-only Core i3 model. 2020 and I've still got a version of this. It upgraded to Windows 10 and the fingerprint reader works natively under Windows 10. (Disable it via Safe Mode after you have upgraded otherwise Windows 10 login seems to get into a loop.) The battery is dead after 9 years (about 1 minute of capacity!) and the fan noise is terrible, but in a basic build it makes a very fast browser. The SSD is fast enough and I've upgraded to 6GB RAM which works OK. In terms of build quality, wow! Amazing. This was built to last.
Lenovo Ideapad U300S, 1310gm
Starts with the Core i5 with Anti-Theft, Wi-Di capability, Rapid-Charge, aluminium chassis and glass touchpad so this is going to be a premium Ultrabook. Initial pricing backs that up. If Lenovo have come through with their best build quality and keyboard technology though, this could be worth it. USB3.0 included.
Samsung Galaxy Note
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, 335gm
Sony Tablet S, 595gm
The Tablet S features a screen technology that Sony calls "TruBlack" and they say it enhances colors and darkens the blacks. Chippy got his hands on the Tablet S at IDF and immediately noted that the screen looks very good. The Tablet S is quite light at 595 grams and the design should make it easier to hold in one hand than tablets of a similar weight.
Acer Aspire One D257 Meego, 1300gm
At 222 Euros for a top-end netbook platform, this Meego edition saves around 60 Euros over the Windows Home 7 Starter version, a differential that's larger than the cost of the Windows 7 Starter License. 2GB of RAM is also included (the WIndows 7 version comes with only 1GB) which hints that this device may be either subsidised or a loss-leader for Acer. It's unclear if any application store is included or whether Acer will be providing updates as Meego progresses. Battery life is expected to be as good as the Windows version which users are reporting to have 7hrs of life.
Verticool Andy Pad Pro, 374gm
Verticool Andy Pad, 356gm
Fusion Garage Grid 4, 137gm
The Grid 4 runs Fusion Garage's own 'Grid' OS which is based on the Android Kernel. It will be able to run Android apps but does not have access to the Android Market. The Amazon App Store will be pre-installed on the device as well as Fusion Garage's own app store. It's unlikely that Fusion Garage's Grid is going to be able to compete with Apple or Google's mobile operating system offerings.
Fusion Garage Grid 10, 960gm
The Grid 10 runs Fusion Garage's own 'Grid' OS which is based on the Android Kernel. It will be able to run Android apps but does not have access to the Android Market. The Amazon App Store will be pre-installed on the device as well as Fusion Garage's own app store. It's unlikely that Fusion Garage's Grid is going to be able to compete with Apple or Google's mobile operating system offerings. The tablet itself is lacking in connectivity and ports with only one proprietary docking connect, no MicroUSB (USB can be added through an adapter), no HDMI out (can be added through an adatper), no MicroSD card slot.
Cisco Cius, 522gm
Netbook Navigator Nav 7, 590gm
A 7" UMPC built on Atom fills a requirement for a number of markets but take note, this is the older Atom platform. (Z5XX) with the slower GPU (200Mhz compared to 400Mhz on the Z6xx series.) It's strange to see a device like this without any form of video out. The rear-mounted touch panel and mouse buttons should improve Windows usage although we would want to test that before recommending a buy. Weight seems acceptable - 550gms
Motorola Photon 4G, 158gm
Archos 101 G9, 649gm
Certainly one of the most unique Honeycomb tablets yet announced. The Archos 80 (G9) offers two distinct memory options, 16GB flash or 250GB of HDD storage. The 250GB version is slightly thicker and heavier (size/weight listed in our database is the 16GB version). For $49 you can purchase an unlocked 3G USB modem which docks seamlessly into a slot in the back of the device. This modem will also work with PCs.
Archos 80 (G9), 482gm
Certainly one of the most unique Honeycomb tablets yet announced. The Archos 80 (G9) offers two distinct memory options, 16GB flash or 250GB of HDD storage. The 250GB version is slightly thicker and heavier (size/weight listed in our database is the 16GB version). For $49 you can purchase an unlocked 3G USB modem which docks seamlessly into a slot in the back of the device. This modem will also work with PCs.
Samsung N100, 1030gm
The N100 is hitting a very low price point at launch which means street prices could be even less. The 3-cell battery looks to be good quality (40Wh is good, but not confirmed by Samsung at this stage.) A matt screen and the usual array of netbook connections for USB devices, SDHC cards, wired networking, screen and audio will put the device in a far more flexible position than devices running a mobile operating system. For the price, this is looking like a real bargain.
Lenovo Ideapad P1, 810gm
The Lenovo Ideapad P1 could offer a range of builds for the low-cost to pro-mobile market and with the digitiser layer, light weight and brand, could turn out to be a popular model. Although nothing has been mentioned, a Meego and Android build for the Intel Oaktrail platform could turn this into a multi-mode tablet. Battery life is expected ton be 5-6hrs (wifi on)
Motion Computing CL900, 950gm
The ruggedised CL900 comes in with capacative and digitiser input layers along battery life for a great price. Motion Computing have also put together a wide range of accessories in including a unique docking station making this worth a look at.
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]
MSI Windpad 110W, 850gm
The 110W has the 1280x800 screen and integrated mouse pointer, 32GB SSD, HD decoder (via the 6250M graphics,) 2GB of RAM and Windows 7 Home Premium - A well balanced feature set for a mobile PC. With a 2-cell battery we're probably looking at 30-40Wh of power (unconfirmed) which is a 3-5hr usage time. If the Windpad includes some nice accessories (we are assuming the docking port is still included) it could make quite a well balanced product. And good value too.
Nokia N9, 135gm
As an advanced phone the N9 could be missing some things that early adopters were looking for. Micro-SD expansion, HDMI-output, FM radio, stereo speakers seem to be missing but there appears to be a better focus on usability compared to the N900 'developer' phone. Near-Field Communications, Bluetooth 4.0 and a rich user interface are to be considered though for advanced users. Some may worry about the lack of Xenon flash too but with wide-angle, a wide-aperture and a dual-LED flash, most situations will be covered in the highest quality. Video fans should note that there is continuous auto-focus and stereo audio recording. The user interface doesn't use any buttons and includes double-tap-to-unlock and three different homescreen views. Price, battery life, ease of use and applications will be a big factor in this devices success but whichever way you look at it, it's the most interesting and exciting Meego product to date and should do a lot for the brand.
Fujitsu Loox F-07C
Samsung 900X3A, 1300gm
Malata OED Android Tablet, 750gm
LG Revolution, 172gm
Acer Iconia M500
ASUS Eee PC 1025C
MSI WindPad Enjoy 10, 795gm
MSI WindPad Enjoy 7, 395gm
Gigabyte M1005, 1260gm
Gigabyte T1005M, 1480gm
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.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9, 470gm
Gigabyte S1080, 895gm
Viewsonic ViewPad 7x, 380gm
ASUS Eee PC X101, 920gm
Highlighting perhaps where Meego might be fitting in, this is a no-frills netbook with small SSD storage, a super light weight and a very low price.
Viewsonic Viewpad 10pro, 800gm
Barnes & Noble NOOK Color, 422gm
ASUS Padfone, 129gm
The ASUS PadFone got a refresh in terms of specs and OS. It does feature a Qualcomm S4 Dual Core processor at 1.5GHz, which based on the latest ARM Cortex A15 chip. The PadFone also introduces new accessories like the Bluetooth stylus to both write on the tablet and take phone calls. Also compatible is the ASUS dockingstation, that makes the PadFone a 3 in 1 device - featuring a range from Phone over Tablet up to a Netbook experience.
Indamixx 2 Beta M1touch, 1179gm
Fujitsu Lifebook MH330, 1100gm
Lenovo Ideapad S100 MeeGo, 1250gm
Acer Aspire One D255E, 1270gm
Toshiba Thrive, 725gm
Dell Streak Pro, 720gm
Motorla Droid X2
Acer Chromia 700, 1380gm
Samsung Series 5 Chromebook, 1480gm
Hanvon Touchpad B10, 960gm
Point of View Mobii Tablet 10, 740gm
Acer Iconia Tab A100 Wifi, 450gm
Acer have a little catching-up to do in the Android space. The A500 lagged in software updates but it looks like the A100 is shipping with 3.2. As a competitor to the Galaxy Tab it's priced well and should turn in better performance. Definitely worth a closer look, even for existing Galaxy Tab 7 owners.
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.
HTC Droid Incredible 2, 135gm
Samsung TX100, 1000gm
Another 1KG computer from Samsung but this time offering a slightly different features set compared to their netbooks. Oaktrail platform will offer longer battery life (per battery capacity) than Pinetrail but may not perform as well. The trade off does include full windows tablet / touchscreen capability though. Pricing starts at $799 but expect a fully loaded 64GB / 3G model to reach $900.
Alienware M11x, 1996gm
HTC Sensation, 148gm
Asus Eee PC 1015PEM, 1270gm
LG G-Slate, 621gm
HTC Thunderbolt, 179gm
Acer Iconia Tab A500, 765gm
Well-built with good screen and great battery life. The A500 offers full USB port and micro-HDMI out for flexibility, built-in DLNA media sharing and easy-to-access Micro SD card support. A well-rounded Honeycomb tablet that should get even better when 3.1 is available at the end of June [2 June 2011]
Acer Aspire One 522, 1300gm
Great value for money! Sets a new standard for specifications on 300-euro netbooks.
ASUS Eee PC 1215b, 1456gm
HTC Flyer, 420gm
Samsung NC210, 1250gm
Apple iPad 2, 590gm
Acer Iconia Tab W500, 970gm
In total, the tablet and dock solution weighs over 1.5kg which, for a solution with a 36Whr battery (and 3-4hrs usage) isn't much but as a hot-desking / round-the-house solution, the Acer Iconia Tab could perform well.
Huawei IDEOS S7 Slim, 448gm
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, 599gm
Without Micro USB or Micro SD card there's a lot of connectivity relying on the one proprietary cable! build quality is good and it's noticably lighter than other 10" tablets. Question marks remain over support for a wider range of video codecs and the final application suite.
Fujitsu Stylistic Q550, 870gm
HP Touchpad, 700gm
With a specification targeted at the iPad one wonders how it will look when the iPad2 is launched but WebOS has a lot of fans too! The Touchstone feature and good connectivity might not be enough to make huge sales numbers unless the price is very competitive.
Pioneer Dreambook ePad F10, 700gm
Motorola Xoom, 730gm
The first official 'Honeycomb' (Android 3.0) tablet is geting a lot of attention as the operating system will offer a tablet user-interface and support for dual-core processors.
Creative Ziio 7, 415gm
Aigo Aigopad N700, 420gm
Enspert E201, 425gm
Good quality build. Enspert plan to get Google applications approval. Video codecs for H.264, DiVX will be pre-installed (plan)
Dell Streak 7, 450gm
With an opening price of $450 in the U.S. (T-Mobile) this is a relatively well priced tablet for one that includes multi-touch capacative screen, 3G and full Google Market and application support. The WVGA screen will show up in comparisons against higher resolution screens but should bring advantages for gaming. Early reviews are indicating battery life much less than equivalent 7" tablets although the Streak 7 only has a 10Wh battery and the dual-core platform could be using more energy than single-core equivalents.
Motorola Droid Bionic, 158gm
Fairly similar to the Motorola Atrix except the Bionic lacks the desktop docking functionality of the Atrix and has half the RAM (1GB vs. 512MB). The Droid Bionic has a better rear camera than the Atrix (8MP vs. 5MP). Other than this and the carriers on which they operate, both are quite similar with 960x540 screens and running 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 CPUs (Dual-Core ARM A9 @ 1GHz). It'll definitely be a powerful phone, but may be bogged down with Motorola's Motoblur interface which has been seen to be sluggish on other phones (fortunately on Android that's easy to fix). It's surprising and disspointing that the Droid Bionic doesn't have the latest version of Android (2.3 AKA Gingerbread).
Motorola Atrix, 135gm
Very powerful smartphone with interesting docking capabilities. Motorola is offering an "HD" dock that has HDMI, 3 USB ports, and audio-output to allow the Atrix to be connect to any HDMI screen as well as a mouse and keyboard. Connecting the Atrix to the HD dock, or Laptop style dock (with it's own screen and keyboard) allows the users to access a Linux environment and full Firefox browser. The potential for convergence here is interesting as the device will not only be able to record and play 1080p video, but also function as a makeshift desktop computing device. This is definitely a phone to keep your eye on.
Enspert E301, 414gm
Good quality build. Enspert plan to get Google applications approval. Video codecs for H.264, DiVX will be pre-installed (plan)
Viliv X70 Slate, 420gm
Viliv X7, 398gm
Asus Eee Pad Slider, 886gm
Asus Eee Pad Transformer, 680gm
Asus Eee Pad MeMo
Asus Eee Slate EP121, 1159gm
Onkyo TW317A5, 1000gm
Surprisingly solid and thin device for a Windows device.
Advent Vega, 750gm
Samsung Nexus S, 129gm
The Nexus S doesn't feel like a big jump forward from the original Nexus One. The only additions are an improved (and concave) AMOLED screen and NFC hardware. The MicroSD slot and trackball have been removed which will be seen as a downgrade for some.
Dell Inspiron M101z, 1560gm
Acer Aspire One 721, 1400gm
Creative ZiiO 10, 649gm
The ZiiO 10 is a large WiFi only tablet that is definitely targeted toward home use/sofa surfing. Creative claims that the tablet's 1GHz CPU and 1024MB of RAM will be enough to output 720p video through HDMI.
Samsung Continuum, 125gm
The secondary display is neat and has potential, unfortunately it requires lots of configuration to get working just right which isn't good for the end-user. Lack of granularity in options for the ticker display hurts the experience. Squeeze sensor is also neat and useful but lacks consistency in activation.
Acer Aspire One Happy, 1250gm
Acer Aspire 1551, 1400gm
Acer Aspire One 521, 1250gm
Palm Pre 2, 145gm
Palm has update the Pre 2 with a refined design. The phone has a flatter (glass) screen than the original. It's running an updated version of the previous OS, now called HP WebOS 2.0. Compatible with the option Touch Stone charing dock from Palm/HP.
Samsung N350, 1060gm
Samsung Fascinate, 118gm
Samsung's Fascinate for Verizon is a slim and light phone. It uses Samsung's own Android skin which is not far removed from the default but does have a smoothly scrolling home screen and application launcher. Bing is used for all searching on the phone rather than Google, which some people will dislike. [The much less function] Bing maps is also used in place of Google Maps, but fortunately you can install Google Maps from the Marketplace.
Motorola Droid R2D2, 169gm
Asus Eee PC 1015PN, 1247gm
Nvidia ION 2 should be able to handle 720p and 1080p HD playback. HDMI output combined with ION will make this great for plugging into the big screen and watching HD movies or other desktop TV experiences (Hulu, Netflix, Boxee, etc.) without requiring that the computer be permanently hooked up next to the computer.
Motorola Droid Pro, 120gm
Probably one of the better options for people who need world phone functionality but would rather use Android over the other platforms. Only show stopper is the relatively low-res 320x480 screen which doesn't fit the traditional Android aspect ratio which means some apps may function strangely, or be highly unoptimized for the display.
Acer Aspire One D255, 1250gm
Tegatech Tega V2, 800gm
Hannspree HANNSpad
Dual-Core ARM Cortex-A9 with nVidia Tegra 2 GPU should make for some high performance web browsing and playback. Hannspree claims that the Hannspree Tablet will be able to play 1080p video for up to 8 hours. Only comes with 16GB storage so if you are planning on loading it up with 1080p videos, you'll likely want to pick up a MicroSD card to extend storage.
Velocity Micro Cruz Reader
Targeted as an ereader, performance doesn't look to promising for much beyond that, but slow web browsing and low quality video playback should work.
Velocity Micro Cruz Tablet
Probably won't be very fast but also shouldn't break the bank. One of a few tablets being released these days with a full sized SD card slot rather than a MicroSD slot. Access to Marketplace is doubtful, but it looks like Cruz will be offering access to something called the Cruz Market for access to some apps.
CSL Spice Mi700, 408gm
Blackberry Playbook, 400gm
Price? Relatively large bezel. No 3G. We suspect a very low price.
Eking M5, 440gm
Ocosmos OCS1
Ocosmos is aiming for 10hrs battery life on this Oaktrail-based device but we're thinking more in the 4-6hrs range depending on battery size. The keyboard is high quality and the OKeys can be programmed for various combinations of keypress. Using the GMA600 GPU it should be significantly more powerful than devices based on the GMA500 (Menlow.) Oaktrail devices aren't expected until 2011.
Dell Inspiron Duo, 1530gm
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.
eLocity A7, 463gm
Could work as a great portable home theater, as long as the battery is up to the task. With Nvidia Tegra 2, there shouldn't be a problem outputting 1080p video through the A7's HDMI port. Couple that with decent out-of-the-box codec and container support (see the 'Product Notes' section on this page), and a full sized USB 2.0 port (which can read flash drives up to 64GB), the A7 might be a nice portable home theater. It even comes with a 6-foot HDMI cable. No 3G options on the A7, so internet usage will be restricted to WiFi hotspots, or on the go by tethering to another device.
Viewsonic Viewpad 10, 800gm
Archos 32 Internet Tablet, 71gm
Archos 28 Internet Tablet, 68gm
HTC G2, 180gm
Keyboard looks good so far, however, with only four rows, things will get complicated with modifiers for numbers and punctuation.
Camangi FM600, 408gm
Viewsonic Viewpad 7, 376gm
With 3G, GPS, capacative multitouch, Android 2.2 and the Google applications suite, the Viewsonic will be high on the list for many.
Archos 101 Internet Tablet, 482gm
Shipping in October with Android 2.2 this capacative touchscreen device will be competitive amoungst non-3G-enabled devices although without the Google App suite, there are some potential showstoppers. No GPS.
Archos 70 Internet Tablet, 312gm
As with previous Archos Internet Tablet products, this comes without Google applicatoins such as Gmail and Market. No GPS. Leading feature is the Archos video playback capability which is extensive.
Archos 43 Internet Tablet, 130gm
Light, thin and, we expect, fast with Android 2.2 on a 1Ghz Cortex A8 CPU. No Google applicatons means no Gmail, Contacts sync, no Maps or Google Market. That could be an issue for many.
Toshiba Folio 100, 760gm
Pioneer Dreambook ePad N7, 465gm
If this gets a true Android+Google apps build, a promise of 2.2 and a docking cradle it's going to give the Huawei S7 a real challenge. Australian dollar converted price is about $450 US.
Samsung X125, 1510gm
DoCoMo Lynx SH-10B, 227gm
Great form factor for mobile productivity with Android (+Google apps) a Snapdragon platform and a 5MP camera. Unfrotauntely, as with most Sharp devices, it's unlikely to be available outside Asia.
Samsung Epic 4G, 156gm
With a 5-row keyboard and the Hummingboard CPU, this might just pip the Droid 2 to be one of the best keyboarded smartphones so far.
Samsung Galaxy Tab, 380gm
Making a huge splash in the 7" Android category is the Galaxy Tab. It's the first device to combine all the features of a high-end Android phone into a hi-resolution 7" tablet. Performance is great, the screen is great, stereo speakers are good (as tested at IFA, Sept 2010) and the Android software has even been enhanced with features like Samsung camera software and Samsung applications. The docking station provides connectivity although adaptor cables will be required. Announced 799 Euro price is very high but street prices should be nearer 600 Euro.
Toshiba Libretto W100, 699gm
A new and interesting design from Toshiba. Dual capacitative touchscreens and some well-integrated keyboard software make this a very interesting choice in the UMPC sector. Heat could be a problem and battery life with the small battery down to 2hrs. High-performance CPU should drive Windows 7 touch and muti-touch features well. Premium price.
Motorola Droid 2, 169gm
Samsung N150, 1230gm
Smart Devices SmartQ T7, 430gm
At under $300 for a 3G-capable tablet, this sets a new benchmark although we're not expecting stellar performance. Basic browsing, e-reading, social networking and instant messaging.
E-Noa Interpad
The announced price for this is 399 Euro which will be competitive is Interpad can deliver a full Android experience.
Motorola Droid X, 153gm
UMID mbook SE, 366gm
Toshiba AC100, 867gm
As with the Compaw Airlife 100, the AC100 looks to come without Google Market and Google apps. Availability is confirmed for the UK at a reasonable 299 pounds. As Android market develops, sideloading of apps onto the AC100 could prove interesting. If a 3.0 upgrade is planned for 2011 then this becomes a very interesting lightweight, low-cost 3G netbook.
Viliv X10 (Windows), 720gm
Viliv X10 (Android), 680gm
High build quality -- typical of Viliv products.
Apple iPhone, 136gm
MSI Windpad, 800gm
MSI Wind U135, 1089gm
Asus Eee PC 1005PR, 1270gm
HTC Evo 4G, 170gm
Acer Aspire 1825PT, 780gm
Huawei Smakit S7, 500gm
Looking well designed and from a company that has brought Google Android phones to market before, we're hoping for a well specified device with the full Google Android experience. Some specifications we've seen talk about HD video capture which, as far as we know, would indicated a very recent processing platform.
Sony Vaio, 632gm
Another well specified clamshell-style UMPC. Slightly too wide for thumb typing but wide enough for a touch-typing experience. 1.8Ghz, 2GB RAM and SSD helps with speed and this should make quite a rugged travel computer too.
eviGroup Wallet, 200gm
Full specifications unknown. Expected availability in May 2010
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.
HP Slate, 700gm
Great progress for small form-factor slates. The 1.86Ghz CPU coupled with 2GB of RAM and, if fast, the 64GB SSD should drive WIndows 7 well. Capacative and Digitiser screen, 680gm and a great price means this is a leading UMPC right now.
Sharp IS01, 227gm
Great form factor for mobile productivity with Android (+Google apps) a Snapdragon platform and a 5MP camera. Unfrotauntely, as with most Sharp devices, it's unlikely to be available outside Asia.
Inbrics M1
If only this had been a 4.8" device with 3G! The design and specifications look great. Build quality (we tested it at CES) is great and Inbrics are aiming for a low-$200's price range. 3MP cam could be useful. Will this find too much competition in the smartphone market or will it be a successful standalone product. We'll have to wait for a full test to find out.
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 IdeaPad S10-3, 1250gm
Archos 7 Home Tablet, 350gm
Running an older ARM9-based Rockhip CPU this isn't going to be a fast web browser but for the $179 launch price we are seeing a lot of value. Ebook reader, simple browser, video playback (said to be up to 2Mbps with many codecs) podcastcher, mp3 player, picture frame and much more.
Notion Ink Adam, 650gm
At 600-650gm and with the special disaply technology (rumored to be Pixel-Qi) the Adam offers some special features over the iPad. The Tegra2 processing platform should provide for some impressive gaming and web experiences to but if there's no Google Marketplace available for the unit, there won't be an easy channel for new applications to reach this 10.1" tablet.
Psixpda Psixpda, 420gm
A productive and usable design hampered by relatively short battery life. Mouse pad (hidden on right hand side of frame) is very usable when using the device in two-handed 'thumbing' mode. Keyboard very good for two-handed thumbing.
HP Mini 5102, 1197gm
HP Mini 210, 1220gm
This is the new model of the HP mini 210 which now runs on Intel's latest Cedar Trail platform. This netbook is capable of flawless HD playback and having less energy consumption it should last a bit longer on a single charge than its predecessor.
Lenovo ThinkPad X100e, 1497gm
Asus Eee PC 1201T, 1460gm
Asus Eee PC 1101HA, 1379gm
Compaq Airlife 100, 1000gm
From our hands on at MWC we predict this to be an important product in the netbook world as it teases users with a more social, connected and location-aware set of features. The first 'Social Netbook' that gets it right in our opinion. Pricing unknown at this stage.
Dell Streak, 225gm
With a complete Google application set and marketplace, this is one of the first MIDs to offer such a complete operating system package. We are doubting that too many people will use this to replace a phone but the facility will ensure that it's available through carriers. As a reader, navigation device, HQ web and video browser in a pocket-sized, lightweight format, the Dell Mini 5 has a lot going for it.
Netbook Navigator Nav 9, 900gm
With multitouch, a tablet-enable build of Windows 7 (premium,) 2GB RAM, a 900gm weight and good entry level price, the Nav 9 helps to bring true, productive tablet PCs to the masses. Our only concern is the very small battery which we estimate to be worth up to a maximum of only 2.5 hours. An extended battery (about 150% capacity) will bring the capacity up to around 4 hours and at %50, is recommended because it's a custom install. Included carrying case and car charger rounds off a nice package. Note: 3G retro-fit should be possible with a PCI-Express mini module. (Unconfirmed) Question remains about removable battery. (We suspect not.)
Options exist for 32, 64 and 128GB SSD.
Apple iPad, 680gm
at 680gm (1.5lbs) the iPad comes in at a larger-than-expected weight which could limit its use as a mobile device but the entry-level, no-contract price of $499 is groundbreaking for Apple. Ebooks, Maps, Video, Music and a high-quality web experience through a fun and friendly user interface will qualify it for many. Limitations and 'showstoppers' exist (no SD slot, no Flash support, no multi-tasking.) One of the first 'good value' products from Apple.
Dell Inspiron Mini 10 (Pine Trail), 1389gm
Asus Eee PC 1001P, 1270gm
Acer Aspire One AOD532h, 1270gm
UMID BZ, 363gm
Solves all of the major issues of the original M1 and adds a useful mouse pointer. With battery life of over 4hrs this is now a serious contender as a productive, pocketable UMPC.
XPPhone XPPhone, 400gm
Early pricing (local, China) is said to be the equivalent of $400 but specifications are not known. If build quality can be kept high, this 400gm basic UMPC/Phone could find some customers. AMD processor is not very powerful but reaches full web speeds similar to very low-end Atom-based devices. 3D support is poor. Given a fast SSD, this could reach acceptable office application speeds.
Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3T, 1300gm
At $499 this is priced to compete with the T91, T1028, T101 and Viliv S10 but with only Windows 7 starter, users will have to upgrade to the high-end 1.8Ghz version with Windows Home Premium and 2GB RAM to get the best out of it. That's a $650 price-point.
Mobinnova Beam, 836gm
If the Beam includes a true, Google, Android OS this will be one of the first ever non-phone products to be approved by Google. If not, the Android experience will be incomplete. (No marketplace or Google apps.) Build quality seems to be very good, it's lightweight and if the price is right, this really could be an interesting netbook / smartbook
Viliv N5, 399gm
Lives up to the pre-release hype. Great build quality, fast SSD, good keyboard and battery life. It's expensive when compared to the UMID BZ so you'll have to 'value' that extra memory and build quality. Base model, surprisingly, comes with no video out.
Smart Devices SmartQ V5, 160gm
Although the processor is still 2008/2009 generation ARM11, the possibility to run it at 800Mhz means that it might be worth investigating for basic mobile web activities. The low price, open OS and good community support means that the SmartQ V5 could appeal to mobile device 'hackers.'
Asus Eee PC 1201N, 1460gm
Asus Eee PC 1005PE, 1270gm
Acer Ferrari One, 1502gm
MSI L2100, 1446gm
Samsung NC20, 1502gm
ICD Ultra, 600gm
The styling and specifications are extremely interesting and if the rumored price of $249 is true (we assume for entry-level) then this could end up being the must-have coffee-table device of 2010. High-end options such as 3G and 1024x600 screens also make this very interesting for mobile computing
Ramos W7
Looks like a great 4.8" device but we'd be wary of buying until a review has been read. The Rockchip CPU is an unknown quantity. Also be aware that this is probably not a Google Android device. (No marketplace, google apps.)
Wirelession W1090, 390gm
Screen type and pricing unknown at this stage. Specifications seem to match the Camangi Webstation. Also available with WinCE.
Camangi WebStation, 390gm
The design looks great but the ARM11-based CPU may not be able to deliver the application speed that most people will be looking for. This is effectively a 1st-gen Android phone in a large-screen format. (Without voice capability)
Fusion Garage JooJoo, 1200gm
Fujitsu UH900, 500gm
Fujitsu have dropped the convertible screen seen on the U820, have increased the width (bigger keys), reduced the depth and thickness. Weight is down by 100gm. Mouse pointer and mouse buttons are included for on-the-move usage.
Asus Eee PC T91MT, 953gm
With a weight of under 1kg and a very small size, it's going to be interesting for mobile users.
MSI Wind U210, 1451gm
LG X130, 1450gm
Samsung N510, 1409gm
Wits A81, 390gm
Looking like a Smart Device Q7 but having the extra power of the Cortex A8 this could make a very cost-effective browsing device if Android became available. No bluetooth and a WVGA screen may not be perfect but with prices quoted in the $220 range (pre tax and shipping) it looks like a nice home tablet option.
Eking S515, 420gm
A productive and usable design hampered by relatively short battery life. Mouse pad (hidden on right hand side of frame) is very usable when using the device in two-handed 'thumbing' mode.
Kohjinsha PA, 400gm
ASUS P835, 148gm
Samsung Omnia II, 129gm
Sony Ericsson Xperia X2, 155gm
Sony Ericsson X10, 135gm
Acer A1 Liquid, 135gm
Toshiba TG01, 129gm
HTC HD2, 157gm
One of the largest screens to be seen on a mainstream phone with one of the highest power processors this brings MID-like specifications to the converged, high-end smartphone sector. Competes directly with the Toshiba TG01.
Motorola Droid, 169gm
Asus Eee PC 1008HA, 1089gm
Toshiba Mini NB205, 1179gm
Lenovo IdeaPad S12 (NVIDIA ION), 1551gm
Lenovo IdeaPad S12 (VIA Nano), 1551gm
Lenovo IdeaPad S12, 1551gm
EviGroup Pad, 990gm
Based on the Intel netbook platform (2008) and with a 2.5" drive this should perform quite well for web and online Flash video playback. Would form a good basis for a modular mobile PC system although we don't see any dock option or, at this stage, information on battery life.
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
Asus UL20A, 1508gm
Lenovo Ideapad U150, 1500gm
Viliv S10, 1210gm
The S10 takes the Intel Menlow platform to it's limits at 2.0Ghz. With a fast SSD and the multitouch convertible tablet screen, this is a very interesting multi-scenario productivity offering from Viliv.
Archos 5 Internet Tablet, 182gm
Samsung N140, 1250gm
Sharp Netwalker, 409gm
The price could be a little high on this one at launch but it competes well with the UMID M1 UMPC. Battery life of 10 hours is a real bonus. Combine this with a Mifi and you're good to go! On the Ascii.co.jp video (see below) we're impressed with the load time (10-seconds for ascii.co.jp on a Firefox browser) and the embedded Flash video.
Nokia Booklet 3G, 1250gm
We assume this is based on an Atom Silverthorne CPU based on the battery life claims, video performance and size of the device BUT this could be a PineTrail-based device. Pricing will be critical
Nokia N900, 181gm
Tainell T500, 450gm
With very similar appearance and features to the Viliv S5, this may have to compete on price. No information on the on-screen-keyboard at this stage. Windows7 may be the solution here.
Gigabyte T1028X TouchNote, 1474gm
Improving on the M912M bu increasing the keyboard and screen size, this might hit the sweet spot better then the M912 did.
Inkia 500, 350gm
Sony VAIO W, 1190gm
TechCrunch Inc. CrunchPad, 1200gm
Archos 9, 800gm
A 9" Tablet-style PC is a rare occurrence. This is a Windows 7-based device that focuses on media. The chipset included is capable of 1080p and Windows 7 can certainly drive H.264 up to extremely high bitrates but the 1.1Ghz CPU with the 4200RPM hard drive seems to slow this device down to 'boring' levels.
Sidekick LX 2009, 165gm
Acer M900, 188gm
Samsung Omnia Pro, 160gm
HP Mini 5101, 1199gm
Toshiba Mini NB205, 1179gm
Fujitsu M2010, 1089gm
10.1 inch netbook from 2009
Kohjinsha SK3, 720gm
Compal KAX-15
Dell Latitude 2100, 1320gm
Asus Eee PC 1002HAE, 1260gm
Viliv X70 EX, 660gm
HP Mini 110 (Mi Edition), 1311gm
HP Mini 1101, 1057gm
HP Mini 110, 1311gm
Always Innovating Touchbook, 900gm
Asus Eee PC 1005HA, 1100gm
Dell Inspiron Mini 10v, 1179gm
Lenovo IdeaPad S10-2, 1000gm
Smart Devices Smart Q7, 480gm
Toshiba Mini NB200, 1179gm
Sharp Mebius PC-NJ70a, 1460gm
Samsung N120, 1270gm
Samsung Q1EX, 648gm
MSI Wind U100 Plus, 992gm
Dell Vostro A90, 1072gm
E-King i1, 500gm
With 1.33Ghz Atom processor, SD card slot, the i1 is going to be a good step up from the Wibrain B1 that it is following. Ergonomics on the B1 are excellent (the touch-pad making control very easy) and if Wibrain reach the their stated target of 6-hours browsing time, it's going to be an excellent mobile device.
Wistron Pursebook, 800gm
An interesting ARM-based breakthrough product crossing over netbook and MID territory but offering a full size keyboard.
Asus Eee PC 1000HA, 1451gm
Smart Devices Smart Q5, 160gm
Acer Aspire One 531, 992gm
Samsung Mondi, 152gm
Acer Aspire One D250, 1106gm
Asus Eee PC 1004DN, 1446gm
Samsung N310, 1219gm
MSI Wind U123, 992gm
Asus Eee PC 1002H, 1191gm
Gigabyte T1028M TouchNote, 1304gm
Improving on the M912M bu increasing the keyboard and screen size, this might hit the sweet spot better then the M912 did.
Gigabyte M1022 BookTop, 1304gm
Gigabyte S1024 ThinNote, 879gm
Samsung N110, 1gm
The NC10 was one of the best netbooks of late 08/early 09 but it seems that Samsung have improved it further.
MSI Wind U110 ECO, 992gm
Asus Eee PC 1008HA, 1089gm
HP Mini 1000, 1021gm
Dell Inspiron Mini 10, 1304gm
Archos 10, 1304gm
LG X120, 1191gm
HTC Touch Pro2, 175gm
The Touch Pro 2 is one of the best sub 4" slider smartphones on the market (Q4 2009) with a good user interface and a great keyboard. Not quite able to offer a full internet experience but certainly a very capable mobile internet package.
HTC Touch Pro, 165gm
Acer Aspire One (AOD150), 1332gm
Asus Eee PC 1000HE, 1451gm
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ASUS T101MT, 1300gm
At 1.25KG with draft-n, a good keyboard, touchscreen, 3G, this could be the one to beat for flexible mobile productivity. Pricing unknown at this stage.
Sony Vaio P500, 635gm
OQO Model 2 Plus, 450gm
MSI Wind U115, 1100gm
ASUS Eee PC T91, 980gm
With a weight of under 1kg and a very small size, it's going to be interesting for mobile users.
HP Mini 2140, 1200gm
A lot of people called for Intel Atom in the original HP 2133 chassis. Now you have it! Atom should improve the battery live and reduce noise and heat which were problems on the original 2133. Nice keyboard. Hi-res screen options and Expresscard slot should satisfy prosumers.
Kohjinsha ML6, 992gm
HTC Touch HD, 146gm
Lluon Mobbit, 375gm
Aigo MID, 340gm
Proving very popular with early adopters as one of the first PC-based MIDs to be available. The device is shipped with a relatively closed operating system but simple hacks are available that enable software installation.
Nokia N97, 150gm
Asus Eee PC 1002HA, 1191gm
Apple iPod Touch, 120gm
So close to the ideal consumer mobile internet device that it hurts. A larger screen, more processing power, GPS and Bluetooth support would complete bring it up into the convergent mobile device market. As it is though, its already a great media player, gaming platform and web browsing device.
Apple iPod Touch, 120gm
So close to the ideal consumer mobile internet device that it hurts. A larger screen, more processing power, GPS and Bluetooth support would complete bring it up into the convergent mobile device market. As it is though, its already a great media player, gaming platform and web browsing device.
Clarion MiND, 323gm
With the relatively small battery, this is a MID that can't be used for long periods away from the charger but could enhance the in-car experience beyong simple navigation and mp3 playback.
MSI Wind U120, 1021gm
Archos 7, 640gm
UMID M1 MID, 315gm
Wibrain i1 HSDPA, 500gm
With 1.33Ghz Atom processor, SD card slot, the i1 is going to be a good step up from the Wibrain B1 that it is following. Ergonomics on the B1 are excellent (the touch-pad making control very easy) and if Wibrain reach the their stated target of 6-hours browsing time, it's going to be an excellent mobile device.
HP Mini 1000, 1021gm
USI MID-160, 200gm
Looks great from the outside. Specifications look acceptable too although there may be some resistance from people who are looking for a slide-out keyboard. At 15mm thick and weighing only 200gm, this is on the leading edge of MID designs.
SFR Mi PC Pocket, 340gm
With a subsidised price of around 250 and 30 per month, this is as expensive as any smartphone but we think it's more likely to appeal to those with smaller feature-phones.
Raon Digital Everun S8S, 460gm
We like the Everun! Flash disk, auto screen rotate, good screen brightness and the ability to upgrade with HSDPA or EVDO. Prices are very competitive and there's a good range of accessories. Class-leading battery life. On the negative side, the Everun has problems decoding ost video formats apart from MPEG-4. This is no desktop replacement but performs very well and is highly recommended as a mobile internet device.
Advent 4213 HSDPA, 1200gm
With an unlocked 3G module, fast HDD and stylish build this one needs careful consideration.
NEC Lavie Light, 1191gm
ASUS Eee PC 901 Go, 1140gm
One of the leading contenders in the netbook market due to its long battery life, smaller sizing and huge community. Especially interesting for mobile users due to its size. Pricing should be 'Zero' with a 25 Euro/Month 10GB plan.
Raon Digital Everun Note, 742gm
A very cheap touchscreen UMPC. 1Ghz CPU is as powerful as INtel Atom at 1.6Ghz. Battery life is quite poor but additional batteries are cheap and small. Good keyboard. Build quality not the best.
Raon Digital Everun Note, 742gm
This is one of the most powerful UMPCs we've ever tested. Its light enough to be used as a carry-everywhere PC solution but the small form factor does not lend itself well to long periods of work. Battery life can reduce very quickly when under heavy usage. Processing power is locked to 800Mhz when under battery power.
Asus Eee PC 904HA, 1361gm
Asus Eee PC S101, 1077gm
Looks stunning. But is it worth the extra cash? Draft-N and Gb ethernet support, 3.5hrs battery life and a 1Kg weight help but in the end, you'll probably be making your decision based on style. If that's what you want, the S101 delivers!
Asus Eee PC 900HA
Toshiba Satellite NB100, 992gm
Sungju Tango Toy, 964gm
Samsung NC10, 1304gm
Nohrtec Gecko
MSI Wind U90, 1200gm
Excelent keyboard, good quality build. Everything works! 3-cell Battery life gets a minus-point but apart from that - highly recommended.
Lenovo IdeaPad S9, 1077gm
Lenovo IdeaPad S10, 1077gm
Fujato Datacask Jupiter
Zoostorm Fizzbook, 1360gm
Not a consumer-focused design in our opinion. Much heavier than the Eee PC 900 and with 800x480 on the 9" screen, it will lack the productive screen space of the 900 too.
Everex Cloudbook, 950gm
ASUS N10
Asus Eee PC 904HD, 1417gm
Asus Eee PC 1000HD, 1446gm
Asus Eee PC 1000, 1332gm
Asus Eee PC 1000H, 1451gm
Porient H12, 300gm
Match Tech Industrial M860
Fujitsu P1630, 1000gm
Fujitsu Amilo Mini, 1000gm
LG X110, 1191gm
With 3G and GPS options, the X110 could offer more for the 'pro' user than other netbooks.
Viliv S5, 395gm
Very nice pocketable PMP-style device with excellent battery life, near-desktop speed browsing and high-end media capabilities. GPS is also included which enables an all-in-one navigation package. The on-screen keyboard uses haptic feedback to improve the experience although it`s not as good as a real keyboard in our opinion. We would have liked to have seen a media slot and an external mic as this has potential as a mobile Skype client.
Viliv S7, 830gm
An attractive, highly mobile and productive form factor and feature set.
Raon Digital Everun Note, 742gm
This is one of the most powerful UMPCs we've ever tested. Its light enough to be used as a carry-everywhere PC solution but the small form factor does not lend itself well to long periods of work. Battery life can reduce very quickly when under heavy usage. Processing power is locked to 800Mhz when under battery power.
Wibrain B1 SJ, 512gm
One of the more easy-to-use UMPCs. The touch-pointer and keyboard help to make the learning curve short. Fantastic screen and very good value.
ASUS Eee PC 900A, 990gm
Wibrain i1, 500gm
With 1.33Ghz Atom processor, SD card slot, the i1 is going to be a good step up from the Wibrain B1 that it is following. Ergonomics on the B1 are excellent (the touch-pad making control very easy) and if Wibrain reach the their stated target of 6-hours browsing time, it's going to be an excellent mobile device.
Fujitsu U2010, 610gm
3.5hours under bapco is a wifi-off, low screen brightness test. Expect about 3hrs browsing on this device.
ASUS Eee PC 901, 1140gm
One of the leading contenders in the netbook market due to its long battery life, smaller sizing and huge community. Especially interesting for mobile users due to its size.
Gigabyte M912X, 1350gm
Using the Intel low-cost notebook platform, this could be a very good value challenger to other touchscreen convertibles like the VyeS37 and the Flybook V5. The battery capacity is good, the high resolution touchscreen, ExpressCard34 slot and 2.5" hard disk set it apart from the low-end netbooks that are available.
Kohjinsha SX3, 1200gm
Kohjinsha SC3, 798gm
Dell Inspiron Mini 9, 1070gm
Acer Aspire One, 950gm
Feedback is good on this device. The keyboard, at nearly 80% of full size, is better than the Eee 7xx and 9xx options. Trackpad button layout isnt standard but allows keyboard to be deeper. SSD speed is low-class. XP/HDD version recommended.
ASUS Eee PC 901, 1140gm
One of the leading contenders in the netbook market due to its long battery life, smaller sizing and huge community. Especially interesting for mobile users due to its size.
Gigabyte M912M, 1350gm
A netbook with a difference. Despite the relatively heavy 1.35KG, this is a device you can use in some UMPC-like scenarios. The touchscreen is fun to use.
Having tested this device, we found it to be very fast due to the high-speed 160GB SATA drive. Battery life is near 3 hours with Wifi on. Touchpad good quality. 2GB upgrade easy. BT 2.1 was included on our test device.
VIA OpenBook Mini-Note, 1000gm
Based on 1.6Ghz VIA C7 + VX800 should provide a acceptable desktop experience and with the 3G options, some very capable mobile devices.
Open Pandora Pandora, 335gm
Gigabyte M700, 650gm
CTL 2Go, 1360gm
Not a consumer-focused design in our opinion. Much heavier than the Eee PC 900 and with 800x480 on the 9" screen, it will lack the productive screen space of the 900 too.
HP 2133 Mininote, 1200gm
It's debateable that this is within the boundaries of the UMPC definition but at under 1.3KG it's definately a lighweight device. Attractive, semi-rugged and targeted at the education market.
The VIA C7-M at 1Ghz will be too slow for some but with the 1.6Ghz VIA C7 option it should make a very nice, portable and strong mininote.
Ahtec X70GT, 780gm
VyePC S18PB, 950gm
Not powerful but has a major advantage with battery life. For powerpoint presentations, divx videos, all forms of web browsing and Office 2003, this is a good option. Also includes SD + CF slot.
Medion Akoya Mini, 1191gm
Tidy, relatively fast and very easy to type on. The 2.5hr battery life is nothing to get excited about and the mouse buttons are not the best but the rest is very good indeed as a netbook. Not quite Ultra Mobile due to 1.2kg weight.
Airis Kira, 1089gm
Hanbit Pad, 1000gm
MSI Wind, 1200gm
Excelent keyboard, good quality build. Everything works! 3-cell Battery life gets a minus-point but apart from that - highly recommended.
ASUS Eee PC 900 Windows, 940gm
The 8.9" screen fixes one of the few problems of the Eee PC 701 and brings the resolution up to something most people would regard as a minimum for Windows XP. There is a minimal, almost undetectable difference in the size of the overall device.
Sharp Willcom D4, 470gm
MIU HDPC, 292gm
An interesting device that could be too converged for most people. Details very sketchy at this stage.
Everex Cloudbook Max, 1000gm
Above-Net TopExec, 1190gm
Pioneer Dreambook Light IL1, 1100gm
ECS G10IL, 1200gm
Slightly bigger and better specification than the Eee PC indicates a different target customer and price. A possible competitor for the HP 2133
ASUS R70a, 730gm
With an estimated 4 hours battery life this will make a nice upgrade from the R2E model.
Clevo TN70M, 990gm
Running on Atom and incorporating a 4-cell battery design that is 25% bigger than most UMPC batteries, this could provide some exceptional battery life. 7 hours is estimated.
The PCI-express slot, touchscreen, cam and fingerprint reader are also features that set it apart from other devices in this category.
ASUS Eee PC 900 Linux, 940gm
The 8.9" screen fixes one of the few problems of the Eee PC 701 and brings the resolution up to something most people would regard as a minimum for Windows XP. There is a minimal, almost undetectable difference in the size of the overall device.
WiBrain B1L, 512gm
Not the most attractive of UMPCs but one of the more usable ones. The touch-pointer and keyboard help to make the learning curve short. Some fan noise. Fantastic screen.
HP 2133 Mininote, 1200gm
It's debateable that this is within the boundaries of the UMPC definition but at under 1.3KG it's definately a lighweight device. Attractive, semi-rugged and targeted at the education market. The VIA C7-M at 1Ghz will be too slow for some but with the 1.6Ghz VIA C7 option it should make a very nice, portable and strong mininote. Initial reviews have been very positive.
Kohjinsha SA5, 980gm
The Geode LX800 processor is a low performance processor but capable of some surprising results and impressive energy efficiency. Mpeg-4 Video performance is especially good with 2mbps bitrates possible. It has one of the longest battery life figures of all the 7" UMPCs. (Feb 2008)
VyePC Mini-V S41, 1100gm
A unique product and possible the worlds smallest DVD-writer-equipped PC.
HTC Advantage X7510, 350gm
Sony Ericsson Xperia X1, 145gm
This high-style, high-end device will probably come with a high-price too! 800x480 in a 3" screen will be difficult if the fonts aren't scaled up but this should be possible with Windows Mobile.
Archos 605 Wifi, 190gm
Not quite a mobile internet device due to lack of Bluetooth tethering capability. OPera browser is also slow and not as rich as, say, the Nokia N800. As a media player for internet content though, this is a great little package. Watch out for the extra cost of additional codec support and the browser license.
WiBrain B1H, 512gm
Not the most attractive of UMPCs but one of the more usable ones. The touch-pointer and keyboard help to make the learning curve short and the 1.2Ghz processor works well with Windows XP Home. Some fan noise. Fantastic screen.
Rover Computers RoverPC U700GQ, 780gm
This is an improved version of the Gigabyte U60 / Arima (OEM) UMPC with a 7" screen in the same casing as the original 6.5" 800x480 version.
Fujitsu P1620, 1000gm
Gigabyte MID M528, 340gm
A grown-up Nokia N810 with 3G, slightly larger screen and a much more powerful processor for both internet and video playback should provide a much faster and more complete desktop internet experience. Browser based on Firefox 3.0 engine. Operating system based on Intel Moblin (Linux) with a tailored user interface. If the pricing is attractive, we expect these to be very popular.
Viliv UMPC, 560gm
Viliv U5
Everex Cloudbook, 950gm
At $399, its an obvious competitor to the Eee PC. Having tested this platform we are sure that the performance is goin gto be adequate. Hard drive should be an advantage for those wishing to store and play back media. Other versions of this exist in Europe (Packard Bell Easynote XS, Belinea S.Book)
Digifriends MID
Kohjinsha SR8, 1100gm
Sony Mylo 2, 193gm
Lenovo Ideapad U8
Stylish. Targeted at the Asian market hence the numeric pad for T9 input perhaps. Hands-on at IDF with a demo device indicated a fast system with a nice UI. Numeric keypad appears to take up a lot of space.
Aigo MID, 340gm
Proving very popular with early adopters as one of the first PC-based MIDs to be available. The device is shipped with a relatively closed operating system but simple hacks are available that enable software installation.
LG XNote B831, 590gm
Moving towards the ideal 'pocketable' form factor for a mobile device this is more than just a MID. Running Vista it proves that the Menlow platform can be scaled up (rumors at the moment indicate that the Silverthorne processor goes up to 1.8Ghz) to support UMPC-style operating systems.
E-Lead Noahpad, 780gm
A brave attempt at re-thinking character and mouse input in a fold-back mini-note format.
Belinea S Book, 970gm
The Easynote XS20 is a device built on the same platform as the Belinea and having tested that we think that the Belinea is going to be a solid performer. Certainly all video playback and internet activities should be fine. With the touchscreen and big, 80GB drive, this version seems to be even better value than the Easynote XS20 and a good option for those that are not sure if the Eee PC has enough power, storage or the right operating system. The module to the right of the screen is a removable VOIP module. (Internet Phone)
Solpi Solpi, 750gm
BenQ S6, 330gm
Excelent no-contrat price for this, one of the first Intel MIDs to be launched in Europe. Great UI. Good application set. The 'shake' funtion is fun! View this video for demo.
Tablet Kiosk Unknown
Everex Cloudbook, 950gm
Gigabyte M704, 780gm
Great value and very usable UMPC from Gigabyte. Great screen, reasonable keyboard for thumbing and acceptable battery life. Makes a good, cheaper alternative to the Samsung Q1 Ultra and HTC Shift. Recommended.
ASUS R50A, 520gm
Looks good. Looks expensive! No keyboard could put some people off.
Samsung Q1 Ultra Premium, 800gm
1024x600 on a 7" screen is great for handheld use. The mouse is a little dissapointing (its not a synaptics pointer but more of a basic joystick) and the keyboard will take a lot of work to get used to. With the 1.3Ghz processor and Windows XP tablet edition this should be one of the most powerful UMPCs available.
OLPC XO Laptop, 1500gm
Data Evolution Cathena CX, 980gm
The Geode LX800 processor is a low performance processor but capable of some surprising results and impressive energy efficiency. Mpeg-4 Video performance is especially good with 2mbps bitrates possible. Its one of the smallest, lightest and longest battery life sub-laptop/UMPCs there is. A unique device. See the review for more details.
Ubiquio 711, 850gm
This is a good solid performer. 1.2Ghz CPU is fast enough to drive Vista. SD card slot, good build quality with high quality buttons and synaptics mouse pointer. Price is competitive. Slightly poor battery life of 2-2.25 hours must be considered before purchase though.
Ubiquio 702, 910gm
We've tested a version of this device and found it to be a solid performer. We didnt find it pretty in white so our recommendation is to go for the black. Screen quality is good and the mouse pointer is very intuitive.
VyePC Mini-v S37B, 1000gm
Ideal for mobile digital photographers as the SD card slot is fast and accessible. The hi-resolution screen, high capacity hard drive and portability make it easy to take and setup on location. Mobile bloggers, commuters and traveling executives will also find the compact size an advantage. Battery life could be better.
Samsung Q1 Ultra, 700gm
1024x600 on a 7" screen is just perfect! The mouse is a little dissapointing (its not a synaptics pointer but more of a basic joystick) and the keyboard will take a lot of work to get used to. McCaslin architechture seems good - Vista runs very well indeed.
Sony UX490n, 725gm
ASUS Eee PC 8G, 920gm
What a bargain! So far the owner feedback has been all positive on the Eee PC. UMPCs with similar technical specifications are now looking extremely expensive!
ASUS Eee PC 4G, 920gm
What a bargain! So far the owner feedback has been all positive on the Eee PC. UMPCs with similar technical specifications are now looking extremely expensive!
ASUS Eee PC 4G Surf, 920gm
What a bargain! So far the owner feedback has been all positive on the Eee PC. UMPCs with similar technical specifications are now looking extremely expensive!
ASUS Eee PC 2G Surf, 920gm
What a bargain! So far the owner feedback has been all positive on the Eee PC. UMPCs with similar technical specifications are now looking extremely expensive!
Nokia N810, 226gm
ASUS R2E, 960gm
Advent U1a, 1000gm
Samsung SPH-P9200, 650gm
Fujitsu Lifebook U810, 708gm
Apple iPod Touch, 120gm
So close to the ideal consumer mobile internet device that it hurts. A larger screen, more processing power, GPS and Bluetooth support would complete bring it up into the convergent mobile device market. As it is though, its already a great media player, gaming platform and web browsing device.
OQO Model e2, 450gm
Kohjinsha SH8, 1000gm
Ideal for mobile digital photographers as the SD and CF card slots are fast and accessable. The hi-resolution screen, high capacity hard drive and portability make it easy to take and setup on location. Mobile bloggers, commuters and travelling executives will also find the compact size an advantage. Battery life could be better and the processor speed of 600Mhz means that some operations are slower than normal.
Samsung Q1 Ultra, 700gm
1024x600 on a 7" screen is just perfect! The mouse is a little dissapointing (its not a synaptics pointer but more of a basic joystick) and the keyboard will take a lot of work to get used to. McCaslin architechture seems good - Vista runs very well indeed.
Raon Digital Everun S36HS, 500gm
We like the Everun! Flash disk, auto screen rotate, good screen brightness and the ability to upgrade with HSDPA or EVDO. Prices are very competitive and there's a good range of accessories. Class-leading battery life. On the negative side, the Everun has problems decoding ost video formats apart from MPEG-4. This is no desktop replacement but performs very well and is highly recommended as a mobile internet device.
WiBrain B1E, 512gm
Not the most attractive of UMPCs but one of the more usable ones. The touch-pointer and keyboard help to make the learning curve short and the 1.2Ghz processor works well with Windows XP Home. Some fan noise. Fantastic screen.
VyePC Mini-v S37, 1000gm
Ideal for mobile digital photographers as the SD card slot is fast and accessible. The hi-resolution screen, high capacity hard drive and portability make it easy to take and setup on location. Mobile bloggers, commuters and traveling executives will also find the compact size an advantage. Battery life could be better.
ASUS R2HV, 960gm
Packard Bell Easynote XS 20, 950gm
Kohjinsha SH6, 1000gm
Ideal for mobile digital photographers as the SD and CF card slots are fast and accessable. The hi-resolution screen, high capacity hard drive and portability make it easy to take and setup on location. Mobile bloggers, commuters and travelling executives will also find the compact size an advantage. Battery life could be better and the processor speed of 600Mhz means that some operations are slower than normal.
Raon Digital Everun, 490gm
We like the Everun! Flash disk, auto screen rotate, good screen brightness and the ability to upgrade with HSDPA or EVDO. Prices are very competitive and there's a good range of accessories. Class-leading battery life. On the negative side, the Everun has problems decoding ost video formats apart from MPEG-4. This is no desktop replacement but performs very well and is highly recommended as a mobile internet device.
Kohjinsha SH6, 1000gm
Ideal for mobile digital photographers as the SD and CF card slots are fast and accessable. The hi-resolution screen, high capacity hard drive and portability make it easy to take and setup on location. Mobile bloggers, commuters and travelling executives will also find the compact size an advantage. Battery life could be better and the processor speed of 600Mhz means that some operations are slower than normal.
Ubiquio 701, 910gm
We've tested a version of this device and found it to be a solid performer. We didnt find it pretty in white so our recommendation is to go for the black. Screen quality is good and the mouse pointer is very intuitive.
EB MIMD
Amtek U560, 675gm
We've done some thorough testing on this one. With XP/1GB its fast and performs very well as a video player. Thre are even gaming possibilities. Its not a pocketable device and looks a little chubby but so far, it's our favorite McCaslin (A100/A110) based UMPC. (Tested: SH6, V37, Shift, Q1 Ultra.) 3+ hour wifi-on battery life.
ASUS eee pc 701, 920gm
What a bargain! So far the owner feedback has been all positive on the Eee PC. UMPCs with similar technical specifications are now looking extremely expensive!
VIA Nanobook, 850gm
Raon Digital Everun, 460gm
We like the Everun! Flash disk, auto screen rotate, good screen brightness and the ability to upgrade with HSDPA or EVDO. Prices are very competitive and there's a good range of accessories. Class-leading battery life. On the negative side, the Everun has problems decoding ost video formats apart from MPEG-4. This is no desktop replacement but performs very well and is highly recommended as a mobile internet device.
Raon Digital Everun, 490gm
We like the Everun! Flash disk, auto screen rotate, good screen brightness and the ability to upgrade with HSDPA or EVDO. Prices are very competitive and there's a good range of accessories. Class-leading battery life. On the negative side, the Everun has problems decoding ost video formats apart from MPEG-4. This is no desktop replacement but performs very well and is highly recommended as a mobile internet device.
Raon Digital Everun, 500gm
We like the Everun! Flash disk, auto screen rotate, good screen brightness and the ability to upgrade with HSDPA or EVDO. Prices are very competitive and there's a good range of accessories. Class-leading battery life. On the negative side, the Everun has problems decoding ost video formats apart from MPEG-4. This is no desktop replacement but performs very well and is highly recommended as a mobile internet device.
Raon Digital Everun, 460gm
We like the Everun! Flash disk, auto screen rotate, good screen brightness and the ability to upgrade with HSDPA or EVDO. Prices are very competitive and there's a good range of accessories. Class-leading battery life. On the negative side, the Everun has problems decoding ost video formats apart from MPEG-4. This is no desktop replacement but performs very well and is highly recommended as a mobile internet device.
Kohjinsha SA1F00KS, 980gm
The Geode LX800 processor is a low performance processor but capable of some surprising results and impressive energy efficiency. Mpeg-4 Video performance is especially good with 2mbps bitrates possible. Its one of the smallest, lightest and longest battery life sub-laptop/UMPCs there is. A unique device. See the review for more details.
Samsung Q1 Ultra, 700gm
1024x600 on a 7" screen is just perfect! The mouse is a little dissapointing (its not a synaptics pointer but more of a basic joystick) and the keyboard will take a lot of work to get used to. McCaslin architechture seems good - Vista runs very well indeed.
Samsung Q1 Ultra, 700gm
1024x600 on a 7" screen is just perfect! The mouse is a little dissapointing (its not a synaptics pointer but more of a basic joystick) and the keyboard will take a lot of work to get used to. McCaslin architechture seems good - Vista runs very well indeed.
Samsung Q1 Ultra (Q1U-V), 700gm
1024x600 on a 7" screen is just perfect! The mouse is a little dissapointing (its not a synaptics pointer but more of a basic joystick) and the keyboard will take a lot of work to get used to. McCaslin architechture seems good - Vista runs very well indeed.
Samsung Q1 Ultra, 700gm
1024x600 on a 7" screen is just perfect! The mouse is a little dissapointing (its not a synaptics pointer but more of a basic joystick) and the keyboard will take a lot of work to get used to. McCaslin architechture seems good - Vista runs very well indeed.
Fujitsu Lifebook U1010, 580gm
With the heavy touch screen aimed at pen users this held the title of smallest convertible tablet PC in the world! For the U.S. version, see the U810.
ASUS T83, 960gm
Samsung Q1b-HSDPA, 759gm
Gigabyte U60, 720gm
HTC Shift, 800gm
Stylish and surprisingly spritely for a Windows Vista device. This is a device that works an almost any situation; whether in a cafe, on a train or walking through a crowded street. You can turn empty minutes in to productive minutes with the Shift. HSDPA antenna sensitivity very good making it one of the best all-round mobile devices. If only it had more than 2 hours battery life though!
Flybook V5, 1200gm
Samsung Q1 Ultra, 700gm
1024x600 on a 7" screen is just perfect! The mouse is a little dissapointing (its not a synaptics pointer but more of a basic joystick) and the keyboard will take a lot of work to get used to. McCaslin architechture seems good for Windows XP.
Flipstart Labs Flipstart, 820gm
Without actually holding one of these, its difficult to grasp the actual scale of it. The ratio of dimensions certainly make it look rather 'thick' and the weight is on the high side for such a small device. Questions arise over the PPI (pixels per inch) on the screen which, at over 200, could be difficult for some people to use. The Intel 915 chipset ensures a quality video experience for this screen size and the processor will be powerful enough for standard office-like activities. The lack of ports (one USB2.0) could be a problem although with EV-DO on board(appears to be the high-speed type) there will be no need for external cellular modems. Will the Flipstart be available with HSDPA for the Euro market? We will have to wait and find out.
Amtek T770, 850gm
This is a good solid performer. 1.2Ghz CPU is fast enough to drive Vista with little lag. SD card slot, good build quality with high quality buttons and synaptics muse pointer. Price is competitive. Poor battery life of 2-2.25 hours must be considered before purchase though.
Sony Vaio UX1XN, 725gm
Sony Vaio UX390N, 725gm
Sony Vaio UX380N, 725gm
Sharp EM One, 250gm
Digital Cube i-station S43 Netforce
Nokia E90, 210gm
Beijing Peace East Technology Porient H9, 500gm
KIDC (unconfirmed) US700W, 560gm
Samsung Q1P-SSD, 770gm
OQO Model 02, 450gm
Nokia N800, 206gm
HTC Advantage / Athena, 350gm
Samsung Q1P, 770gm
UMEC ELT408
Medion MD RIM 1000, 720gm
The specifications and design are impressive. Its got a lot of what was missing from UMPC's in 2006. LED backlit screen, touch pointer, keyboard and longer battery life. Unfortunately the DVB-T option,GPS and docking station have been dropped from the base retail package. There are known problems using Media Center and Origami Experience on VIA based UMPCs (performance) but it is not known if this issue affects the Medion UMPC. We're waiting for the first tests...
Samsung SPH-P9000, 560gm
Kohjinsha SA1F00A, 980gm
The Geode LX800 processor is a low performance processor but capable of some surprising results and impressive energy efficiency. Mpeg-4 Video performance is especially good with 2mbps bitrates possible. Its one of the smallest, lightest and longest battery life sub-laptop/UMPCs there is. A unique device. See the review for more details.
Coxion WebBook 3G.
DualCor cPC version 2
Fujitsu P1610, 1000gm
Sony Vaio UX280P, 725gm
UREN V1, 695gm
Samsung Q1-SSD, 779gm
Samsung Q1b, 770gm
Sesol HiPAD ii, 1300gm
AgoPC ago 7, 860gm
Raon Digital Vega, 480gm
Surprisingly quick for a 500Mhz PC and with very good battery life (over 5 hours normal use.) The VEGA will make a great high-end entertainment and navigation UMPC for car and home. Touch screen, mouse button and extensive button array improve usability. Is shipped in Korea with Windows XP Home so don't expect a full touch-enabled experience. Lack of built-in Wifi and Bluetooth means using USB sticks which is a disadvantage. Screen is very good quality at native resolution but too small at the highest 1024x768 setting. This is not a high-end gaming machine due to the limited 3D graphics support.
TabletKiosk eo v7112XT, 850gm
Fourier Systems Nova 5000EX, 1100gm
TabletKiosk eo i7209, 1000gm
TabletKiosk eo i7210, 1000gm
Mo-Bits X15-7, 890gm
Mo-Bits X15-5, 780gm
Sharp SL-C1000, 280gm
Sharp SL-C3200, 300gm
Pepper Computer Pepper Pad 3, 1000gm
Sony VAIO UX Series, 550gm
Coxion WebBook, 768gm
Flybook V33, 1230gm
Paceblade Easybook P8, 1190gm
OQO 01+, 400gm
Averatec AHI, 730gm
Flybook A33, 1200gm
Fujitsu P1510D, 1000gm
A lovely looking mulipurpose convertable tablet. It would suit a UMPC user looking for more processing power and the flexibility of having a keyboard.
JVC XP741, 950gm
Toshiba Libretto U100, 900gm
OQO 01, 400gm
Amtek T700, 860gm
TabletKiosk eo v7110, 910gm
Paceblade Easybook P7, 860gm
Founder Mininote, 830gm
ASUS R2H, 960gm
Samsung Q1, 780gm
DualCor cPC, 550gm
Sony Vaio U50, 550gm
ECS EZ30D, 1140gm
Motion Computing LS800, 1000gm
Pepper Computer Pepper Pad, 1000gm
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