7 best 2-in-1 hybrid and business ultrabooks laptops of 2016: Here we have the list of top 7 most purchased ultrabooks laptops of 2016 year. If you are planning to purchase a new ultrabook laptop then we highly recommend you to keep reading this article.
Top 7 best 2-in-1 hybrid and business ultrabooks laptops of 2016
With the Yoga range Lenovo blended the DNA of its award winning ThinkPad family to create the ThinkPad Yoga 260. From the biggest computer maker, a business ultrabook, that can transform into a tablet by simply flipping up the display.
Inside a small frame, its engineers have somehow managed to squeeze many components. The convertible offers display of 12.5-inch, up to Core i7 CPU, up to RAM of 16GB and 512 GB SSD, a pen, a fingerprint reader and even NFC. Other options include the OneLink docking station, a smart card reader, but not a bigger battery.
Here is the Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Carbon for those who are looking for a purer experience. It is one of the lightest laptops, at just 1.18Kg with a 14-inch display.
As it is clear from its name, its chassis is made up with the carbon fibre and Lenovo performed nearly a dozen military-grade tests to validate the toughness. With a top of the range business laptop you will get all the bells and whistles, that includes the integrated fingerprint reader, a battery life of up to 11 hours, vPro technology, WiGig connectivity and a three-year onsite warranty by default.
With this XPS 12, Dell tried something different. So rather than relying on the kickstand of the magnetic keyboard, the 2-in-1 packs a rigid keyboard base that offers a tactile typing experience that is similar to what you would expect from a business laptop
This Dell laptop of 12.5 inch has a magnesium alloy unibody construction and the hardware options include a Core M7, a 4K resolution, up to 8GB of RAM and 512GB SSD.
Now take the award winning XPS 13 laptop that is hardened it for the business use and it add a three-year next business day on-site service to it and then you will get the Dell Latitude 7370.
Dell claims that it is the world’s smallest business class laptop of 13-inch and like the XPS 13, it has an infinityEdge display. Despite of the tiny footprint, there is a plenty of expansion capabilities through M.2 slots and four ports including the two thunderbolt 3 ones that will allow it to cater for most scenarios.
To ensure that it can withstand real-world conditions it has undergone extensive military-grade MIL-STD 810G while delivering the sort of the performance expected from a laptop that is equipped with the sixth-genertaion Core M processors.
This is the lightest business-grade laptop just under 1Kg and it is currently available in the UK and somehow, it manages to pack some great features while keeping it slim, with the polished diamond-cut CNC aluminum body and a unique piano hinge to lay completely flat on 180-degree.
It sports two Thunderbolt 3 connectors and an audio I/O. Top all this up with a backlit keyboard and with TPM security solution and a three-year warranty and you will get a business laptop that scores highly on any leaderboard.
The Spectre Pro builds on consumer-grade Spectre 360 by adding TPM 2.0, vPro technology and adherence to MIL-810G standards.
It is thicker and heavier than most of the devices in the list but it makes up for that by offering a bigger-than-average 56Whr battery, a bigger screen and a plethora of ports plus a full size keyboard.
Asus new powerhouse lies of that can be considered as an Ultrabook. At just weighing over 2.2Kg and over 21mm thick, it is more than twice as heavy as HP’s much smaller than the EliteBook Folio Ultrabook.
It is larger than average 15.6-inch 4K monitor and is powered by an Nvidia GTX 960M GPU. There is also a real quad-core Core i7 to help to tackle resource hungry tasks plus a 96Whr battery.