In the two year that we have been seeing them, Ultrabooks have been pretty much all over the place. They have been ultra-thin, they have been slim, they have bulky and they have been light. But companies have really struggled to nail the Ultrabook brief. They all made portable devices, but when all of them had ultrabooks at different sizes and prices, it only became harder for consumers to pick a standard. The confusion over the size, weight and price prevails, but if you wanted to set a template for Ultrabooks, then the new Inspiron 7000 series from Dell can fit the slot perfectly.
At 0.8” thin and available with 3rd Gen Intel® Core™ processors, the fully featured Inspiron 14z Ultrabook ™ packs the power you need into an ultramobile design.
The Windwows 8 Ultrabook we tested had a Core i5-4200 (2.5 GHz) with 6GB RAM. The 14-inch HD display is backlit touch LED with Truelife. The internal storage is capped at 500GB. There are two USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI port and an SD card reader. The device has a maximum thickness of 15.3mm and weighs 1.99 kg.
The price is set at (BHD 400) is available at most of the retail stores & malls in Bahrain.