Ultrabooks and Tablets Worth Renting
Are you tired of the same old laptops, which are packed with the best of features, but have nothing new to offer in terms of appearance? If you are looking for something that not just performs well, but is also visually appealing, here are our top three picks. Rent them from a computer rental store first, so that you can make a pick easily.
ASUS Transformer Book T100
First on our list is ASUS Transformer Book T100. This tablet breaks free from the standards followed by tablet providers, where a long battery life would come at a higher price, but would still not deliver in terms of performance. This affordable 10-inch Windows tablet is loaded with features that you would love. What’s more, you can take attach the keyboard in its dock to have a handy notebook for all the important business presentations and meetings. Running on the Bay Trail platform by Intel, the Transformer Book can take on all the productive tasks that you allot it. Its overall performance has been rated as PC Mark 7. The gadget won our hearts with its incredible battery life. It kept running for a whooping 12 hours 30 minutes on a single charge. Now, that is impressive enough to rent it, right?
Sony Vaio Duo 13
Next on our list is the delicate-looking, stylish, Sony Vaio Ultrabook. So what is unique about this one? Well, its has a keyboard that slides out, which makes it different. It is a hybrid between Dell XPS 12 and Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga. Now, this kind has been said to be the worst crossbreed due to its weight and bad typing experience. However, Sony Vaio Duo 13 is quite light. It is less than 1.5 kg, which makes it easy to carry almost anywhere. The 13.3-inch screen offers Triluminos IPS display. The touch digitizer responds well too and is smooth to work with. The Ultrabook also comes with a stylus to make things easier for you.
Acer Iconia W4
Our last recommendation to you is the Acer Iconia W4. This handy 8.1 inch tablet adds to its utility with the backing of a powerful battery life. Take this little one in your hand and you will find enough reasons to rent it. Its body is rugged, making it suitable for everyday use. The picture quality of the device is sharp and clear. It is especially great if you prefer to work mostly on text-based apps, as text appears crisp even when zoomed to extreme levels. Its sound quality is fine, nothing great about it. The battery life however, is a solid 8 hours 25 minutes.
So which of these three have you decided to rent from a computer rental? We suggest you try them all.