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Reasons Students Need an Ultrabook

Ultrabooks are extremely thin and light laptop computers. In fact, according to the specifications they are supposed to be less than 0.71 inches thick if their displays measure less than 14 inches. They are also supposed to be able to handle almost all of the same tasks as a standard notebook. Being this thin and light makes them extremely portable but also comes with the minor limitation of not having an onboard optical drive; fortunately, those are not absolutely necessary these days.

The concept of the Ultrabook is less of a technical specification than it is a marketing term coined by Intel to categorize certain computers featuring its technology. This Intel Technology includes the Core i3, i5 and i7 processors. These ultra-thin ultrabooks are primarily Windows computers the dimensions of which could be compared to Apple’s MacBook Air.

How Ultrabooks can Help Students

These days much of the work done in high schools and universities requires the student to have a fast computer, p…

Toshiba PORTEGE Z830 Slimmest and Lightest ULTRABOOK

Toshiba has introduced lightest Ultrabook Portege Z830 to market. This is one of the lightest 13 inch Ultrabook in digital world. Its 0.63 inches thick and weighs 2.45 pounds (1.1kg).

Its made up of sleek aluminium and magnesium alloy which make it more light weighted and durable.

Few Specification and features :
Intel Sandy Bridge Core i3,i5 and i7 series processors
Integrated Graphics
Multiple SSD capabilities
Light Weighted
Two USB 2.0 ports
one USB 3.0 port
SD card reader slot
3.5mm headphone jack
8 Cell (47Wh) battery which last upto 8 hours.
Large Backlit keyboard with a chicklet design
Front In-built Webcam

Cost : Basic model will be less than $1000
Source : alltechnoblog

Dual screen laptops in market

In this 21st century, in order to ease work, many computer companies are providing dual monitors to their employees.
Even many computer geeks use this dual monitor concept.
Yes using dual monitors increases the productivity.Many developers desks are equipped with dual screens and single CPU.
No matter it is VGA out or DVI out, if you have dual monitors, its boosts your work. In the same line, for the first time, gScreen corporation has come up with dual monitor concept in laptops.

Dual 17.3-inch LED-backlit display screens 1920 x 1080 HD
Intel® Core™ i7- 740QM Processor
Genuine Windows® 7 Professional
Hard Drive 320-500 SATA HDD 7200rpm
Memory: 4-8 GB DDR3
Video: 1GB NVIDIA® GeForce® GTS 250M GPU
Hard drive. 250G-500 . Support SATA II HDD.1 x 2.5” (9.5mm) HDD, 7200rpm
Optical drive: DVD dual (DVD + / -rw) , super multi (DVD + / -rw + DVD- RAM) .

gScreen corporation is an R&D company with a focus on developing dual screen laptops for filmmakers,
photographers,video and …