Ultrabook

  • Review: 2020 Huawei MateBook X Pro

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  • Toshiba KIRA Australian pricing revealed, starts at $1,799

    Toshiba have just launched their 2013 line of notebooks which number no less than 25. The king of them all is the KIRA, an Ultrabook with a difference. This 13” Ultrabook may be small, but packs plenty of premium features. World’s first Ultrabook with Pixel Pure (2560×1440) display –...
  • World’s first 21:9 Ultrabook shows off more Windows 8 tiles

    Now it’s Toshiba’s turn to introduce Windows 8 hardware and there’s one that stands out. The Satellite U840W is features a 14.4” cinematic display is the world’s first Ultrabook with a 21:9 display. The ultra-thin, ultra-light Ultrabook now features a two-tone aluminium chassis, textured palm rest, multiple USB3.0 ports...
  • Dell XPS Duo 12 and XPS One 27 coming to Australia in October

    The recent IFA conference in Europe showcased an enormous amount of upcoming devices. Think of it as the 2nd CES for the year. Dell were at that conference to show off some new hardware  the Dell XPS Duo 10 Win RT Tablet, the XPS Duo 12 convertible ultrabook and...
  • Review: Dell 14z Ultrabook, affordable portability arrives**

    Last month Dell launched their entry level 14Z Ultrabook. We got a chance to spend some time with it here at techAU and now have a detailed review, letting you know if you should throw down your hard earned. Hardware The Dell 14z aka, Inspiron 5423 features a Core...
  • New Series 9 Ivy Bridge at a more reasonable $1,599 RRP

    While Intel has been busy announcing new ultrabooks at Computex, Samsung has a new model of their sexy slim Series 9. Previous models of the Series 9 ultrabooks have been heavily criticised for an exorbitant price ($2,498), out of the reach of most consumers. The latest Ivy bridge based...
  • Apple rumoured to release $799 MacBook Air in Q3

    File this one as a rumour. Tech site Digitimes has yesterday reported that Apple is preparing to blow the latest influx of ultrabook competitors out of the water by manufacturing another addition to the MacBook Air family. This low-cost, low-power ultrabook is — reportedly — set to be unveiled in the third-quarter...
  • Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook now available

    The latest entrant into the Ultrabook category in Australia is Dell, with their thin and light XPS 13. I managed to get hands-on with Dell’s Macbook Air competitor at the recent KickStart Forum. Initial impressions were good, in that it’s weight and therefore portability is very competitive. Weighing 1.4kg,...