You can’t wait to check emails till you get home at night. You need a keyboard to write a report when you’re working at the library. And you absolutely want to stream a TV program on Hulu* when you’re hanging at a Wi-Fi hotspot. Thankfully, the Intel Learning Centre is the fastest way to recognize and compare the best laptops and computers with Intel Inside®.
With an Intel® Core™ processor inside your new laptop or Ultrabook™, you’ll notice great visuals with the movies, games, and photos you view. And with low-voltage usage and extended battery life, it’s easy to see why the best laptops and the new Ultrabook, which combines the fun of a tablet with the performance of a PC, can make a big difference in how you work, study and stay connected to friends—regardless of where life takes you.
If you’re the kind of person who thrives on up-to-date news, well-researched answers to your questions, and quality Skype* time with family whenever the need arises, then you’re part of the fast and curious mobile generation. The best laptops are the ones that won’t slow you down or empty your bank account. Consider the following points to make an informed decision about which device is right for you:
Although there’s an ever-growing selection of laptops on the market today, deciding which one is right for you is relatively easy. Your laptop or Ultrabook keeps you socially connected, professionally informed, and personally entertained every day you use it. So remember, with the help of the Intel Learning Centre, just ask yourself: Which device is an extension of me?
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