Most ultrabooks are great in almost all design aspects: thinnes and slim body, lightweight, high perfomance and long battery life. That’s right – there are things that ultrabooks might lack today, even though, there are at least a couple of latest models that the potential customers might miss, for instance, top ultrabooks with DVD drives.
The latest and lightweight 14-inch Asus S46 ultrabook with optical DVD drive was announced recently, and is going to hit the USA stores very soon. Asus says, that S-series will feature comfortable and durable laptops for professional and home use. All S-series devices will go with dedicated Nvidia GT 630M graphics, a discrete GPU, a 256GB SSD, up to 8GB DDR3 RAM, USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports, HDMI and WiFi, and will be available with an Ivy Bridge Core i7 processor.
The new Dell Inspiton 14z may surprise customers at first since it’s a 14-inch model instead of usual 13.3-inch. This modern Dell ultrabook with an optical DVD drive has a slim design, an Intel Core i5 CPU, 32GB SSD, 8GB DDR3 RAM, a 500 GD hard drive, and discrete AMD graphics while maintaining a very reasonable price – $700 on average.
The slim Acer Timeline U M5-481TG ultrabook with optical DVD drive, discrete Nvidia graphics and a plenty of extra features, including a backlit keyboard, in a affordable package at approximately $780. At first glance this Acer ultrabook seems to be heavier than the average, but if you are looking for an excellent value in a full-featured thin laptop, the new Acer M5 is well above the competition.