Did you know that ever since the global pandemic began, over 71% of Americans switched to working from home?
Working away from the office shouldn’t slow you down. It’s a new type of environment but with the right tools, you can improve work efficiencies. One such tool is the new kind of laptop: an Ultrabook.
What is an Ultrabook and how does it help? Discover the answers below with our in-depth dive into the technology behind Ultrabooks and what they offer to improve your work:
One of the biggest benefits of owning an Ultrabook is the hardware. Unlike other types of laptops, you get premium hardware right from the get-go. That’s the whole point of an Ultrabook.
Take a look at the Intel EVO platform for a good example, which you can find at www.lenovo.com. A laptop can’t carry the Intel EVO label if it doesn’t come with powerful hardware. This means even the weakest Ultrabook from Lenovo will carry these parts, ensuring both efficiency and power even without having to look under the hood.
What kind of hardware will an Ultrabook carry? Expect the highest quality screens, the latest motherboard, high-grade speakers, and durable metal and plastic casing. This means you’ll get a durable and beautiful Ultrabook that lives up to its price tag.
Speaking of guarantees, every Ultrabook has to follow a few Key Experience Indicators or KEI. Otherwise, they won’t earn the Ultrabook or Intel EVO platform label.
What indicators do these Ultrabooks need to follow? The device needs to feature:
- 11th-generation Intel i5 or i7
- At least 256 GB SSD storage
- 8 GB RAM
- Instant wake up
- 9 hours of real-world battery life
- Modern connectivity capabilities
- Precision features such as a high-end touchscreen and keyboard
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