Hello wonderful people! Today, I have something pretty exciting to share and review with you!
As some of you may have seen from my tweets / instagram, I’ve had the amazing opportunity to play with an Intel Ultrabook Convertible for the past week :) I was incredibly excited to be able to try this out as I’ve never had anything like it. For reference, I normally blog using my desktop but frequently use my laptop, iPad and iPhone to access social media.
This Intel Ultrabook Convertible is pretty much what has been taking up my time this entire week hehe.
I don’t have Windows 8 on any of my actual products so it was fun to play around with a new system!! Plus, having an Intel Core i5 and HD graphics made it an awesome time consuming product to review hehe.
Now, the super amazing thing about this Ultrabook is that ..it’s a laptop and a tablet in one.
I’ve actually always liked the thought of this concept! Sometimes you need to use the touch screen for games or drawing (stylus!), but other times ..you really just want to use a physical keyboard for typing ease!! *_*
But yes, as you can see, using this Ultrabook instead of my desktop was definitely an experience. The ability to just carry this around with you anywhere was great. In fact, I’m probably going to continue typing this blog post ..in bed!! Which is actually pretty awesome, since I’m normally sitting at my desk typing these blog posts (usually at 3am) ..so being able to type at ease in bed is really useful. (I’m not a fan of typing long posts with touch screen ..so yay for keyboard!)
It’s actually really light too so it made holding it in bed much easier (compared to using my laptop at least)
I also decided to let my mum and brother both give it a go to see what they did with it. My brother immediately put it in its portrait tablet mode to start reading his lectures (and later forums haha) whilst my mum used it in its laptop mode (to stand) to watch stuff on youtube while she cooked dinner haha. Definitely was good versatility!
I actually really enjoyed using this Ultrabook ..and with it’s 7 second start up, it’s easy to use anywhere!
What’s your opinion on the Ultrabook?
Where and when would you use it? Do you like that it’s both a tablet and a laptop?