Last Updated on Thursday, April 11, 2019 by WorldTechpedia

Hey, how’s it going! Welcome to World Techpedia’s brand new blog post. Here are the very best ultrabooks that you can get in 2018. These are the ultrabooks with the best value and for the best price. Also, let us know your favorite ultrabooks of 2018 in the comment section down below.

  1. Microsoft Surface Laptop

Coming in fifth place is the Microsoft Surface laptop which is a full-on traditional laptop designed by Microsoft. From the Italian important fabric decorating keyboard to the gorgeous 13.5 inches 3.2 PixelSense display, there’s a lot to like about the surface laptop in terms of design and aesthetics. And when you spend a little bit more time with this machine, you’ll find a computer that’s actually a lot more competent than apples more expensive 12 inch MacBook. You’re getting a minimum of an intel core i5 processor, four gigabytes of RAM, Intel integrated HD graphics 620 and 128 gigabyte SSD, but you can obviously scale that way up. And honestly, may be complaining about the surface laptop ultrabooks is the fact that it runs Windows 10 S which definitely limits the number of things that you can actually do on this machine. We really feel like Microsoft should just put the full version of Windows on here to make it as functional as possible. But again, that’s a trade-off considering how well designed to this computer is.

  1. Asus Zenbook 3

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Now moving right along to fourth place we’re giving the nod to the Asus Zenbook 3 which is another computer that’s gonna make you think of the 12 inch MacBook. This is one of the thinnest and latest laptops and it actually packs a pretty decent punch, you’re getting an Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, 16 gigabytes of RAM and 512 gigabytes of storage. And the screen looks really nice, it’s a 12.5 inch full HD display. There are just a couple trade-offs and first is the Keyboard. Asus tried in imitating what Apple did with the butterfly mechanism for the keys, but they definitely didn’t quite succeed and the keyboard is just as effective feeling kind of mushy and then also the fingerprint scanner for this laptop is actually in the top right corner of the trackpad which is going to make dragging your finger around a little bit more concerning. Another thing that you’ll be very familiar with ultrabooks by Ausu is that if you use the 12 inch MacBook is the very limited number of ports. You’re just getting a single USB C port. We guess that Asus has figured that since Apple was doing. It was okay to do it as well, but it’s definitely inconvenient only being able to plug one thing at a time. Overall though if you are in the market for a laptop as thin and as light as this one, you’re gonna have to be okay with some tradeoffs and despite the facts Asus Zenbook 3 laptops are honestly not that bad.

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  1. Lenovo Yoga 910


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Coming in at number three is the Lenovo Yoga 910, which in our opinion could be the very best flagship two-in-one the Lenovo has ever made. You’re getting a starting configuration with a 1080p touchscreen, a speedy Intel Core i7 7500 U processor, a respectable eight gigabytes of RAM memory added 256 gigabyte SSD. What’s really impressive about this laptop is the fact that Lenovo kept the Yoga 900 same frame size and fiddle larger 14-inch screen inside. The trade-offs that you’re getting with this laptop or the fact that it heats up and gets loud fast and also the battery life is definitely just average and not seems as it had shown in its advertising. It gets about a 10-hour battery life but realistically, you’re probably only going to be getting about four and a half hours while you’re watching movies or doing anything that keeps the screen on the entire time. Speaking of watching movies, though the Yoga 910 ultrabooks stream delivers a really amazing picture, it’s got much the resident before the laptop and also it spots really amazing speakers. So there are a lot of really good reasons to go out and get this as your ultrabook pick for 2018.

  1. HP Spectre x360

Now in the second, we have to give to the HP Spectre x360. This is definitely on our runner-up pick last time around and it’s just an amazing overall computer. It’s among the first to support the seventh generation Kaby Lake processors, but it’s way more than just to CPU upgrade. It’s thinner and lighter than it was before. And it’s actually even more stylish and this was already one of the best-looking computers on the market. This time around to the spectra 360 is only 13.8 millimeters thin and it only weighs about 2.8 pounds. So it’s a whole lot more comfortable using tablet mode than the old version was. To accommodate the new thinner shape HP has changed up the hinge mechanism and we’ve also introduced the keyboard travel, but it’s still just as comfortable to us as it was before. The only significant downgrade is the fact that the SD card reader has gone, the HDMI video out gone in exchange for two USB C ports. Another thing we really do like about the spectra x360 is, especially in comparison to the Lenovo Yoga 910 is the fact that this actually gets really good battery life. HP says you get up to 15 hours. We don’t know if you’ll get exactly that much. We should get about seven to 10 hours of use on an average charge. If you’re looking for an all-round excellent hybrid laptop and when they can actually be scaled up to an ultra HD display; the HP Spectre x360 is definitely the choice for you.

  1. Dell XPS 13 (Dell XPS Ultrabooks)

But with that said, we now come to our choice for the very best ultrabook of 2018 and this year in the first place, we do have Dell XPS 13. This has been one of our favorite laptops for many years now and the latest updated the XPS 13 is even better than before. It’s got a new stunning 4k Ultra HD display option and then also a beautiful new option called rose gold on outline white. For about price of $999, you’re getting an Intel Core i5 eighth-generation processor, four gigabytes of RAM, and 128 gigabyte SSD. Also, you can scale up to an i7 processor, you can scale up to 16 gigabytes of RAM, you can scale it up that beautiful QHD plus 3200×1800 touchscreen that we have already mentioned. And you can also get it up to a one terabyte SSD inside. There’s seriously almost nothing to dislike about this laptop. Our biggest complaint is probably the webcam is under the screen, rather than above it and that’s such a small complete is barely even worth noting, you also getting very decent battery life, even with that QHD plus screen and there’s something we always appreciate an ultrabook (Dell ultrabooks) of this class.

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