Best Windows 10 Ultrabooks to buy in 2018

Ultrabooks are obviously replacing laptops and desktops, and with very good reason and MacBook isn’t the only great option out there now. Windows ultrabooks are proving to be major competition to the other categories in the market, and in case you want to trade up on your device, definitely, go for an Ultrabook. The main USP of the ultrabook is obviously the easy-to-use feature and the look. The sleekest allrounder in the market right now, ultrabooks have become a statement, more so, as you can carry it around anywhere. But you should look around carefully before you make up your mind on which one to buy.

Top 10 Windows 10 Ultrabooks

Dell XPS 13Best Windows 10 Ultrabooks

It’s 20-hour battery life is the talk of every table. This model is not just the most reliable thing around but is a seriously good investment. Dell XPS 13 has been one of the best laptops, and experts have agreed that you can’t go wrong with this, no matter what your priorities are. The updated version is even better and has an 8th-generation Intel Core processor, 4GB of RAM, Intel HD Graphics 620 and a resolution of 1,920×1,080. The silver exterior works brilliantly and gives the model a sporty look. The webcam is infrared-enabled and has been noticed by ost experts, as it gives the model a special edge.

Lenovo Ideapad 710S

This model has an incredible metallic look and is surprisingly budget-friendly. It has a 7th generation Core i7-6560U processor and a 13.3-inch HD display. While the battery life does not go beyond 7-8 hours, it is an improvement on Lenovo’s earlier models. It also has an 8GB RAM and user-friendly interface.     But the silver and black layout are what everyone’s talking about and gives it a very swanky look. You should go for it if you want an ultrabook which could double up as an on-the-go allrounder device.

HP Spectre x360

The HP Spectre x360 just got an upgrade and is possibly the best ultrabook in your budget. It has an Intel Core i5 – i7 processor and storage of 256 GB. This model is a brilliant option if you want to use the ultrabook as a document device, where you store your essential information, movies, music and other details. The 7th generation Kaby Lake processor is also receiving great reviews. The all-black look is a refreshing change of pace, among the sea of metallics.

Huawei MateBook X

They call it MacBook Pro’s arch rival, but personally, I believe it is a little better. The system is available both in i5 and i7 options, with storage space options of either 256GB or 512GB. While all isn’t good since it has fewer connectivity options, the amazing designs, and outstanding audio capabilities compensate for the same.

Razer Blade Stealth

Razer laptops have always been gamers’ favorite and this ultrabook model doesn’t disappoint either. It has a no-nonsense look and has an Intel Core i7 processor and an Intel HD Graphics 620. The 3,840 x 2,160 resolution only helps the performance. Users were surprised with its 12.5-inch display, as a gaming ultrabook usually has a bigger display, but it doesn’t really matter as the graphics and interface are terrific. Razer has somehow mastered a better user experience without expanding the display too much.The model is pricier than its other counterparts, but with good reason. It’s not just a performance laptop but also has incredible storage, and is actually ideal if you’re in the market for a media multitasker.

Asus ZenBook UX310

One of the most economical ultrabooks in the market, ZenBook got rave reviews when it was launched. The 7th generation Kaby Lake processor is possibly its biggest takeaway, and it is also incredibly fast in rebooting and waking up, which is honestly one of the major things people look for in a work machine. But if this ultrabook is a stunner in media uses too. It has an Intel HD Graphics 620 an 8GB RAM and a 13.3-inch screen, the latter being a great advantage. This machine is not the sleekest model in the market, but makes up for it with its fierce silver layout.

Acer Swift 7

This model might not be the sleekest, but it’s one of the lightest and quite thrifty. Despite a number of issues like lesser ports and keyboards without backlights, this model is a delight owing to its interface, graphics and of course the weight, or rather the lack of it. It is an excellent gaming option as it has a good battery life, and is a great traveler’s device with its good battery life and lightness.

Lenovo YOGA 910

One of the best-looking ultrabooks around, this model is a convertible laptop and is amazingly light. It has a 12.5-inch screen and incredible graphics. And though it doesn’t have the best interface, it is beyond doubt one of the most responsive and has good battery life. Lenovo loyalists will be delighted with this model, as the updated version is really high-end and totally statement-esque. Its 2,560 x 1,440 resolution is a great advantage.

Microsoft Surface Laptop

One of the most reliable and user-friendly models around, Surface Laptop, is a great Microsoft outing as it takes care of a lot of issue people usually have with an ultrabook. For instance, the weight. Despite a 13.5 inch screen the model is surprisingly light and is obviously a great gaming alternative. The best buy if you only trust Microsoft with your media devices. It has 16GB of RAM, and it’d all-white layout has got the Microsofties raving already. This too is a total performance piece and can multitask like a pro. You can launch several apps, while you are gaming or streaming, and you’ll never feel slowed down.

SAMSUNG NOTEBOOK 9

This ultrabook has it all, but then it’s Samsung, and it’s hardly surprising. One of the sleekest Samsung outings, this ultrabook was very well received for its Skylake processor, as it makes a real difference with the interface. Recommended by several experts this model is a great choice for IT employees, but not so much for gamers, as it doesn’t have great battery life. It is economical, has a 15-inch screen, stellar display, and a fierce layout.

You can buy them on Amazon at great prices.

If you’re looking for a gamer’s ultrabook, stick to Razer or Microsoft, but if you’re looking for a traveling one, go for the Dell XPS or the Lenovo Ideapad, as they are the biggest all-rounders.

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Karan Khanna is a passionate Windows 10 user who loves troubleshooting Windows problems in specific and writing about Microsoft technologies in general.