The PC Specialist UltraNote II is a mid-range laptop manufactured by the UK-based manufacturer of mobile and desktop PCs. The machine is in the middle of everything. It is not very expensive but not cheap either. It is not very powerful but not underpowered. It scores high in design, usability and value but scores moderately in the features and performance department.
The machine is equipped with a screen size of 15.6 inches and has a weight of 2.2kg along with a black and dark grey plastic chassis of 25mm. The UltraNote II is available in different price ranges with the low-end model starting at £387 inclusive of VAT and the upgraded model goes up to £516 inclusive of VAT.
The machine is powered by a 2.6GHz dual-core Intel Core i3-4110M processor along with an 8GB DDR3 memory. The device’s graphics are supported by Intel’s HD4600, a chip that performs well but lacks the sheer gaming grunt of the Iris range. Its screen has a pixel resolution of 1920 x 1,080 along with an IPS display. The UltraNote II is also available in a screen size of 14 inches.
The machine provides a wide range of options in the storage section. The user has the option of large hard disks, hybrid disks and full-sized SSDs from companies like Intel, Samsung and Kingston. Additionally, you also have the option to add an SSD to its mSATA slot.