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The best notebook for PowerPoint presentations is preloaded with the PPT software and is dedicated to providing a user friendly interface

Since PPT is used mainly for presentations in businesses and schools your notebook must be projector compatible, and excel in long battery life, say 7 – 8 hours.

Windows and Mac are best compatible to PPT software though PCs generally do not come pre loaded with the program. PowerPoint presentations typically involve texts, graphics, movie and video clips and therefore it is best to have a basic graphics card to enhance those applications. The best notebook for PowerPoint also includes an inbuilt Wi-Fi to achieve the best performance

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HP Chromebook 11
Sony VAIO E14 Series(2013)
Samsung Series 9(Jan'13)
Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga
HP Pavilion Chromebook 14
HP Chromebook 11 (White/Blue) Laptop
Sony VAIO E14 Series SVE14132CXW 14-Inch Laptop
Samsung Series 9 NP900X3D-A04US 13.3-Inch Ultrabook
Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 13.3-Inch Convertible Touchscreen Ultrabook
HP Pavilion Chromebook 14
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Release Date
Oct 2013
Feb 2013
Jan 2013
Oct 2012
Feb 2013
Display Size
11.6 in.
14.0 in.
13.3 in.
13.3 in.
14.0 in.
Platform
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
Display
11 in. IPS
14-inch LED-backlit
13.3 in. LED HD+
13.3 in LED backlight
14 in. LED backlight
Hard Drive
16GB eMMC
500 GB Serial ATA, 5400 RPM
128 GB SSD
128 GB SSD
16 GB SSD
Installed Memory
2GB DDR3L
4 GB (DDR3 SDRAM)
4 GB (DDR3 SDRAM)
4 GB DDR3L SDRAM
2 GB (DDR3 SDRAM)
Operating System
Google Chrome OS
Windows 8
Windows 8
Microsoft Windows 8
Google Chrome OS
Processor
Samsung Exynos 5250
Core i3 2.5 GHz
Core i5-3317U 1.7 GHz
Core i5 1.7 GHz
Celeron 847 Dual-Core 1.1 GHz
Laptop Type
Chromebook
Mid-Size Laptop, Budget
Thin and Light Laptop
Convertible laptop, Ultrabook
Chromebook

  • If you've been thinking about a Chromebook, HP's Chromebook 11 might be the one that sways you thanks to a slim and stylish design, lots of complimentary extras, and battery life to take you through the day.


  • The HP Chromebook 11 delivers a vibrant display and sleek design for less than $300, but you'll sacrifice some battery life and performance.


  • Even though the HP Chromebook 11 is completely different from the high-end Pixel, it gets the same rating because it achieves the same mission. It advances Google's Chrome OS platform not with what it does, but how it does it. It exudes style and even a bit of unapologetic Chromebook pride. HP says the Chromebook 11 will ship on October 16. I expect that the white ones will sell better, and a canny retailer will bundle a microfiber cleaning cloth with each one.


  • The Vaio SV-E14A3M2ES impresses with its good applications performance and the long battery life. We also liked the low system noise in idle state and low temperatures of the case. In addition, the notebook has a handy keyboard. The touchscreen works perfectly and leaves a good impression, but is nothing more than a fancy gadget. It is available at Sony's online shop at a surcharge of 100 Euros (~$130). Those who can do without it will save money.


  • The Sony VAIO Laptop E Series SVE14132CXW confident with a good application performance and long battery life. Even the quiet operation in idle mode and the low temperature rise like. In addition, the laptop is equipped with a usable keyboard and leaves a good impression.


  • The Samsung Series 9 NP900X3D is an attractive 13-inch laptop that is easy to cast as Samsung's alternative to the MacBook Air. However, it shouldn't be dismissed as being all about style. Its combo of low weight, thin frame, a matt screen and SSD storage makes it incredibly portable and convenient. This helps to offset that it doesn't offer a great amount of power for the price.


  • You can tell, can't you? I really like the Samsung Series 9 and it's hard to beat as one of the most ultraportable 13" Ultrabooks for style, quality, performance and extreme light weight. The only drawback? It lacks a touch screen, and Windows 8 is easier to use with touch. That said, if you spend most of your time in the traditional Windows desktop UI with Word, Excel, Visual Studio, Photoshop and other Windows staples as your constant companions, you probably won't miss the touch screen.

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    The Samsung Series 9 2012 is a great laptop with a stunning design. It's not always easy to see how things really "feel" in the real world when all you have are photos and videos, and Samsung should do anything it can to put these in people's hands. It is amazing to see that a 15" laptop can be so light (3.63lbs), and yet feel so well built.

    As nice as it is, it's not perfect: the display view angle and the touchpad driver would be the main thing that I would like to see improved in a subsequent update.


  • The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 is a solid ultrabook, but as a tablet, it's a little too big for comfort. Otherwise, the Yoga 13 has the best hybrid design we've seen so far.


  • The Yoga 13 is both a cautious and valiant effort at introducing a unique, yet ThinkPad X220T-like experience for the first time to IdeaPad users. The patented hinges are more than a novelty and the tablet functionality works wonders after acclimating to the uneven weight distribution. It's not as easy to pick up and play as with a tablet, but the duality and versatility of the Yoga combined with Windows 8 make the convertible leagues beyond what any available dedicated tablet can offer.


  • The IdeaPad Yoga 11 gives you a notebook and tablet in one device along with epic battery life, but you'll have to deal with Windows RT's limitations and a sensitive touchpad.


  • The HP Pavilion Chromebook 14 is the first Chrome device from HP, blending the best of a budget Pavilion with the web-friendly Chrome OS.


  • HP knows what it's getting into with the Pavilion 14 Chromebook, and that's why it's targeting the consumer market. No matter how you slice it, there are still too many quirks surrounding Chromebooks-such as the storage limitations and internet connectivity requirements, or the inability to run many business applications-to recommend the platform wholeheartedly to business users. The Pavilion 14 Chromebook, therefore, is meant for casual use around the home, much like a tablet or (at one point in history) a netbook.


  • The HP Pavilion 14 Chromebook brings Chrome OS to the big screen for a reasonable price, but the display could be brighter.