Definition of Ultrabook in English:

Ultrabook

noun

trademark
  • A thin, lightweight form of laptop having similar functionality to an ordinary laptop but lacking some of its hardware features.

    ‘if I want a PC I will buy a desktop and if I want something more portable I'll buy an Ultrabook’
    • ‘A device can be marketed as an Ultrabook only if it uses a specific processor manufactured by Intel.’
    • ‘HP also revealed that the HP Envy X2 Ultrabook it unveiled in Berlin will also use Clover Trail.’
    • ‘Most interesting features were the suggestions that forthcoming ultrabook laptops will incorporate touch, so that zooming in on a webpage will be as easy as it is on a tablet currently, but typing will offer the familiar laptop experience.’
    • ‘A typical ultrabook weighs about three pounds, uses an Intel quad-core processor, boasts a 5-8 hour battery life, and frequently lacks any hard drive storage in favor of lighter solid-state drives (SSDs).’
    • ‘A touchscreen will add at least $100 to the price of an Ultrabook.’

Pronunciation

Ultrabook

/ˈʌltrəbʊk/