The distinction between notebooks and laptops is a little blurred. Both seem to have different features and are designed for different purposes.
What is the difference between laptop and notebook?
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Laptops are typically larger than notebooks and designed to substitute your desktop computer so that it can sit on your lap.
Notebooks are smaller and lighter, making it easy to carry compared to laptops.
The differences between the two kinds of portable computer are as follow:
There is an ultrabook which is a relatively recent type of handheld computers. They are small, compact, elegant and quick. Typically, ultrabook does not have a CD / DVD drive or a hard disk.
It functions much like a USB drive with a computer and a keyboard. Ultrabook is lightweight laptops, providing quick and powerful battery backups which use lower electricity.
These portable devices don’t have that much capacity and don’t have an expandable loading space for a solid-state drive. Ultrabook uses strong components and to keep the leanness, it uses a Solid State Drive (SSD) instead of a Hard Drive.