The main logic behind the invention of the Ultrabook was to make laptops a bit more convenient, and at the same time powerful enough for most tasks. The term Ultrabook was discovered by Intel and all the devices are equipped with Intel Core i3, Core i5 or Core i7 processors, fast SSD storage to some degree, and now USB 3.0 connectivity for speedy file transfers.

 Top 5 Ultrabooks Available in the Market Creative Commans/Intel Free Press
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The Ultrabooks have a price tag of nearly USD999 in the lower end, increasing to nearly USD2,000 at the very high end. Ultimately, you will have to pay a price of between USD899 and USD1,500 for a newer model. We bring to you a list of top 5 Ultrabooks that are available in the market at the moment.

Acer Aspire S7: It has a super sharp QHD display with a pixel resolution of 2560 x 1440 suitable for hyper-HD content. It also has aluminum and Gorilla Glass frame. The Acer Aspire S7 has a price tag of USD1,349.

Dell XPS 13: The device is available at a price of USD1,299. It is powered by Haswell (4th generation) Intel Core processors, 8GB of RAM, an SSD and a snappy keyboard. It has a brilliantly thin and light 13-inch screen with 1080p touch screen.

Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro: It has a price tag of USD1,099. However, it has a low battery life but is equipped with a gorgeous 3200 x 1800 display.

Samsung Ativ Book 9 Plus: The device is priced at USD1,399. It has a thin body with shiny, chamfered edges lining its all-aluminium chassis. The device is focused towards the business user as well as the coffee shop regular.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon: The business laptop is available at a price of USD1,186. The device features a brand new design along with some fantastic new features. And to keep the no-nonsense business user happy, this is a plenty powerful piece of hardware.