Intel is pushing the super slim and sleek Ultrabooks powered by their hardware such as the Tosbiga Portege, Sony T12, Samsung Series 9, and the HP Envy Spectre. The devices are powered by Visibly Smart Intel Core processors which are less than an inch thick while also being energy-efficient, this means the devices can be much thinner while still saving energy.
The Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 allows the Ultrabooks to run faster by manging temperature, current power and even automatically boosting speed whenever you need it.
Intel has also introduced its own anti-theft technology which protects the Ultrabook by disabling it if its stolen or lost. The Identity protection also makes sure your identity is safe on the Internet and makes sure websites know that is actually you.
Intel's Rapid Start Technology also means you can get to work or play faster, it will autmatically store your most frequent used files and apps so you can access them in a flash, this also benefits battery life as the Ultrabook will run on low power when not in use and quickly resume once you do.
For social lovers Intel's Smart Connect will update your email, apps, and social networks automatically and continually even when the system is asleep.
Battery life on Intel Ultrabooks allow an uptime of up to 7 hours which is Plenty of time to get you through the day. They also last several days on standby.
An Ultrabook is for you if you want a powerful mobile machine but also want something that isn't going to weigh you down.
This post is sponsored by Intel, however thoughts are that of the author.