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Ivy Bridge Ultraportables + tablets pricing guide (2012 - 2014)

This page is not done, but here's what I have so far. Some of this data is from June 2016.

Hello everyone looking for something portable? Computers in the 12 inch & below category is just that for you, there are notebooks, netbooks, tablets (slate & convertible) and even ultrabooks! We are gonna delve into some Android/iOS/WinRT machines too as its presumed that people get these sort of computers as an secondary or auxiliary device. Not to say these machines aren't good for a primary, I used my X61 Tablet for years when I got it in 2011.

With that said, ultraportables kick ass! Especially so with an SSD inside. Seriously though, I love ultraportables, although some may be hindered by smaller heatsink fans they still have a good amount of power and if you got a /biz/ ultraportable you can rock the socks of ultrabooks in performance.

Not much information posted this time, kinda disappointed to be honest.
I added a few tablets to make up of it!

Disclaimer: These prices pos…

Ivy Bridge Big laptops - 15", 16", 17", 18" (2012 - 2014)

Almost complete! A few laptops will be updated once finished but this!

Hey everyone! Other than the research I found for 'best laptops of 2012' or 'best ivy bridge laptop' I based rest of these sales from popular items sold on eBay that were Ivy Bridge and 15" and up. Because of this, not all Ivy Bridge bigsize laptops are here, if you believe there was a model or specific I had missed, let me know and I will look it up and add it here regardless of information found. New laptop sales are declining for a reason; people don't need newer hardware when the laptops, and in this generation these laptops are still gud.Since Sandy Bridge, Intel's tick/tock method hasn't been all its up to be, only energy efficiency is what you gain with maybe 20% of a performance increase. Does that justify paying six times more buying new than used?Comparing the previous models these laptops replace, there isn't much of a price difference despite being "better" …