The DroiX Ultrabook Sale is Live until this Friday!

That’s right! If you’re looking to upgrade your laptop in the new year, why not consider going with one of DroiX’s many types of ultrabooks for your next device!

Laptops vs Ultrabooks

You’re probably thinking to yourself: “what IS the difference between a laptop and an ultrabook?” The answer might be simpler than you think.

Technically, the term “Ultrabook” is a marketing term coined by Intel in the early 2010’s. Designed to embody a line of small-form-factor laptops with long battery life and sleek designs. As these features have become more commonplace in laptops overall in the past few years, the term has fallen out of usage somewhat. But nontheless, an Ultrabook will generally be much more portable than your average laptop.

In this day and age, many people prefer to travel light when they’re out and about. So why weigh yourself down with a large, somewhat unwieldy laptop, when you can opt for a laptop with a fraction of the size but all of the perfromance?

What devices are on sale?

Every ultrabook currently being sold by DroiX is on sale for 10% off! To view our full range of wares, check out the Ultrabooks category on droix.co.uk.

If you’re unsure on what to buy, we also encourage you to check out some of the best Ultrabooks available in our recent blogpost on the topic.

The DroiX Ultrabook Sale is live until 14/01/2022 at 23:59 (so essentially, midnight on Friday!)

How do I participate?

Partcipating in the sale is easy! To claim your 10% discount, you need to enter the code “UB22” at the checkout, BEFORE purchasing the item.

On droix.co.uk

On our main site, droix.co.uk, you can find the area to enter the code on the shopping cart section of the site. As long as you have an applicable item, they will be discounted.

On droix.net

Much like on droix.co.uk, you can also enter the code on the shopping cart page.

benjamin
Mild-mannered support agent by daylight; even milder-mannered tech blogger under cover of night. Fond of gaming, virtual reality, and sleeping; not necessarily in that order.

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