Buyers guide to Notebook, Tablet and Ultrabook

Buyers guide to Notebook, Tablet and Ultrabook

A buyer’s guide will help you decide between the notebook, laptop, Ultrabook and Tablet

A buyer’s guide is practical and welcome when deciding between Notebook, Ultrabook and tablet, because the purchase seldom easy. The offer is really big, and who does not want to lose track between the different devices, each consultation should be used.

First Class between types

Anyone thinking of buying a mobile device for work or play, you have to decide what is to be at all on a device only once. Because there are big differences between notebooks and tablets, which are reflected not only in price.

Buyer’s guide in deciding

The best informed you about important aspects and then decide which device is best suited to their own requirements. This can be done to look at relevant pages and check which mobile computers best to fit what you want to do. Recommended advice before buying advise not only on where the differences between the devices, but especially help in the purchase decision.

Notebooks and Laptops

Notebooks and laptops are absolutely the same, because the two terms refer to the same type of equipment. Mobile computers where keyboard and monitor are connected to each other and can be open, hot notebook or laptop. Notebooks often have almost all the features of a tower PCs: They are quite powerful, are operated via a full keyboard or a mouse and work with the same operating system as larger computers. They also tend to have quite a lot of space and often even a CD-ROM drive, so can install programs and games very easily.

Notebooks as oldest mobile PCs

Notebooks have been around a very long time, so we also used notebooks and laptops are getting low. But here one should not strike blindly at reasonable prices, but read the recommendations in the buyer’s guide. Especially small versions with screen diagonals of 10 inches just are sometimes referred to as netbook.


Ultrabooks are the laptops of the next generation. Not a big difference to a laptop for the layman is recognizable at first glance, because the devices are similarly constructed. Also consisting of screen and keyboard, but see especially next to a conventional laptop much of slimmer and more attractive. The flat design usually includes also good performance and special components, so that the so-called ultrabooks typically are much more expensive than the laptops so they look exactly alike. This is mainly because that the same power must be achieved by much smaller and more compact components here.


Tablet PCs are particularly flat and differ optically clear of notebooks and Ultrabooks. Look for modern smartphones very similar because they too are mainly composed of the screen and are also handled the same way: over its touch screen you can access the most important functions. Because they are operated so different, they usually also have a different user interface, so a different operating system. Anyone who has previously worked only with PCs or notebooks, have to get used to the new control often. Tablets are usually much cheaper than laptops or Ultrabooks. They are similar to them so similar smartphones often offered in conjunction with an Internet or “data plan”.

About the author

Paul Morris

Paul Morris is an entrepreneur, consultant and author. He is an advisor at Xpert Automation, a tech-based business incubator focused on scalable startups, and founder of ContentFy.


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