Saturday, November 12, 2011

Ultrabook Generation Thin and Light Laptop

Nowadays laptops or notebooks are sought after by people, especially for the students. The reason they use a laptop or notebook because they are lightweight and easy to carry anywhere. And now the producers are competing to produce a laptop or notebook that has a slim design, elegant, lightweight, and most importantly it's cheap.

One of the things that become obstacles is the absence of a platform that has a balance between performance and low voltage. The need for low power consumption and cool temperatures to be one of the key factors to produce a laptop with a thin and light body. That is one thing that lies behind the birth of Ultrabook, a new category of portable devices Intel initiated.

Basically, the concept of Ultrabook trying to present a computer with a slim design and lightweight, while still presenting a good performance, responsive, safe, with a long battery life, while having a relatively affordable price.

Battery life has now become one of the factors that consumers prioritized. If the first customer was satisfied with the 3-hour battery life, consumers are now demanding longer battery life.

One trick that Intel is presented with lower power consumption processors and other components. That way, the batteries that have the same capacity can last longer. To Ultrabook, battery life on average ranged between 5 to 8 hours. Long enough right?

Start-up time is faster also become an important thing right now, so does the time required when the "wake" the laptop from a standby state. Ultrabook equipped with Rapid Start technology so you only need about 2 seconds to return to use it from a standby state.


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