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Find reviews of the best Ultraportable/Ultrabooks.

  1. Toshiba Satellite Z830

    Toshiba Satellite Z830

    One of the lightest, best-connected and most affordable 13in Ultrabooks on the market.

  2. Asus Zenbook UX31

    Asus Zenbook UX31

    Leading the Ultrabook charge, this stylish 13in laptop is sleek, accomplished and fast, while coming with all the accessories you might need for under £1,000.

  3. Acer Aspire S3

    Acer Aspire S3

    With its attractive aluminium and magnesium-alloy chassis, nice ergonomics and good screen, the 13in S3 is an exciting entrant in the Ultrabook market.

  4. MacBook Air 13in

    MacBook Air 13in

    The 2011 MacBook Air proves that while a beauty and power combo isn't cheap, it sure is nice.

  5. HP Spectre 13

    HP Spectre 13

    The thinnest Core i laptop around

  6. HP ZBook 14 G2

    HP ZBook 14 G2

    This super-charged Ultrabook has a Core i7 processor and discrete AMD graphics

  7. Gigabyte U2442V

    Gigabyte U2442V

    A surprisingly impressive 1.6kg ultrabook with dedicated Nvidia graphics good enough for gaming.

  8. Samsung Series 5 NP540U3C 10

    Samsung Series 5 NP540U3C

    A smart, affordable 13-inch touchscreen ultrabook. What could be better?

  9. Toshiba Satellite U940

    Toshiba Satellite U940

    Toshiba's mid-priced Ultrabook offers a decent amount of bang for your buck as well as a few distinctive design touches

  10. Acer Aspire V5-571 Touch

    Acer Aspire V5-571 Touch

    Strong specs at a decent price make the V5 Touch a good option but it does come with comprimises.

  11. Gigabyte U2442N

    Gigabyte U2442N

    An ultraportable gaming laptop that packs in the specs.

  12. Acer Aspire S5

    Acer Aspire S5

    A super-thin, premium Ultrabook that hides its connections with an innovative motorised door.

  13. Lenovo IdeaPad U310 8

    Lenovo IdeaPad U310

    A budget-friendly 13-inch Ultrabook that comes in blue and pink.

  14. Toshiba Portege Z930

    Toshiba Portege Z930

    Toshiba takes back the title of lightest 13in laptop in the world with this Ultrabook.

  15. Dell Inspiron 14z (2011/2012)

    Dell Inspiron 14z (2011/2012)

    The cheaper, chunkier cousin to the XPS 14z offers a brushed aluminium lid in two different colours and some decent specs without breaking the bank. But is it any good?