Ultraportable laptops & Ultrabook reviews
The latest Ultraportable laptops & Ultrabook reviews at PC Advisor. Ultraportable laptops & Ultrabook user reviews, ratings, buying advice and price comparison
- Asus (33 reviews)
- Hp (30 reviews)
- Lenovo (28 reviews)
- Dell (24 reviews)
- Acer (21 reviews)
- Toshiba (19 reviews)
- Apple (18 reviews)
- Samsung (18 reviews)
- Sony (12 reviews)
- Fujitsu (10 reviews)
- Computers (8 reviews)
- Msi (8 reviews)
- Microsoft (4 reviews)
- Siemens (4 reviews)
- Advent (3 reviews)
- Bell (2 reviews)
- Elonex (2 reviews)
- Packard (2 reviews)
- Philips (2 reviews)
- Ems (1 reviews)
- Everex (1 reviews)
- Flipstart (1 reviews)
- Flybook (1 reviews)
- Getac (1 reviews)
- Grade (1 reviews)
- Hi (1 reviews)
- Higrade (1 reviews)
- Htc (1 reviews)
- Intel (1 reviews)
- Ionics (1 reviews)
- Medion (1 reviews)
- Nokia (1 reviews)
- Novatech (1 reviews)
- Olpc (1 reviews)
- Oqo (1 reviews)
- Panasonic (1 reviews)
- Pcnextday (1 reviews)
- Rm (1 reviews)
- Stone (1 reviews)
- Viewsonic (1 reviews)
At just over 1.1kg the Latitude X1 from Dell is aimed at people who travel around a lot in the course of their work. Even with the external optical drive it'll slip…
£1,217 inc VAT
We've lost count of exactly which generation of tablet PCs the TravelMate C312XMi is part of, but Acer tells us it's the fourth, and who are we to argue?
£1,174 inc VAT
Samsung is well known for its innovative and unusual designs, so it's no surprise to find one or two unique features in its X1. The most obvious one hits you as soon…
£1,409 inc VAT
Though it's been on the market for a little while now, the Flybook is still the IT industry's baby, drawing admiring glances from many quarters.
£1,400 inc VAT
Imagine our excitement when a brand-new Q1 from Samsung – one of the much-hyped Origami devices that have been in the news so much – arrived at PC Advisor.
£799 inc VAT
The N800 is a compact device that's finely tuned to give users access to the web, email, RSS feeds and, to a limited extent, instant messaging and VoIP.
£269 inc VAT
Intended to be used as an alternative to a smartphone and an ultraportable laptop, the FlipStart is stylishly designed, powerful and reasonably lightweight.
With a shiny black lid and real leather wrist rest, the £1,399 Asus U1F puts the "ultra" in ultraportable. The lightest Windows Vista laptop we've reviewed, the Asus…
£1,399 inc VAT
The Medion RIM1000 ultra-mobile PC has some great touches and is jam-packed with features.
£799 inc VAT
The Samsung Q1 Ultra is a well-designed UMPC (ultra-mobile PC) that's full of potential. Unfortunately, much of the Samsung Q1 Ultra's potential remains unrealised.
£800 inc VAT
The Asus W5FE 2P025E hits the elusive ultraportable laptop sweet spot.
£1,299 inc VAT
In the ThinkPad X61, Lenovo has introduced its successor to the Lenovo ThinkPad X60 ultraportable PC.
£1,300 inc VAT
There's lots to like about the Samsung Q40: it's a neat and trim 12.1in laptop with a brushed aluminium finish that weighs a scant 1.2kg, making it worthy of the term…
£1,299 inc VAT
Let's deal with the obvious first: yes, the Hi-Grade Notino D2200 is a pink ultraportable laptop, and yes, there's every chance Hi-Grade sent us this version to…
£640 inc VAT
The Sony Vaio TZ10MN/N is a stylish, dinky laptop, with a display just 11in from corner to corner.
£1,499 inc VAT
A tidy little 1.9kg unit, the tablet version of Lenovo's ThinkPad X61, the Lenovo ThinkPad X61t ultraportable lacks an integrated optical drive, but it has a great…
£1,400 inc VAT
MSI enters the ultraportable market with the PR210, a stylish and attractive laptop whose 12.1in screen allows the weight to be low enough to allow for frequent carrying.
£699 inc VAT
Instead of calling the Fujitsu LifeBook U810 an ultraportable or ultramobile portable PC, Fujitsu calls it a mini-notebook, which might be more of a marketing term…
£500 inc VAT
At first glance the Research Machines (RM) Asus miniBook doesn’t seem like much, it’s tiny at 22.5cm wide, 16.5cm deep and just 3.5cm high. Plus, it weighs less than 1kg.
£169 inc VAT
To PC Advisor, the ultra-small, ultra-lightweight computer remains the Holy Grail. Unfortunately, you generally still pay a premium for miniaturisation. The £220 Asus…
£220 inc VAT
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