Updated 20 May, 2013, 8:22 pm IST
Five latest Ultrabooks to hit the Indian market
| by Rossi Fernandes
The notebook market has seen waves of development in the past few years with the netbook phenomenon. Now, it appears that the time for Ultrabooks has arrived. Netbooks were all about impressive battery life, decent amount of performance and very affordable pricing. Ultrabooks are aimed at being affordable, too, offer good battery life as well as very good performance, but all at a $1000 price point - at least, that’s what Intel is aiming for.
Samsung's new Series 5 line of Ultra Notebooks
The Indian Ultrabook - Wipro e.go Ultra
One of the other recent launches was Wipro e.go Ultra - an Ultrabook from the Indian PC manufacturer. The e.go Ultra has a 14-inch display like most of the Ultrabooks being sold these days. It’s also got the Intel Core i line of processors, 4GB of memory and 500GB of hard drive space onboard them. Windows 7 is a standard feature for the new Aero Ultrabook. Pricing is a sensitive thing for the Indian market, and Wipro is selling the Aero e.go Ultra between Rs.39,000 and Rs.49,000.
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