Wipro Ego Ultra is what the best the company can offer for Indian market. While its first two thin laptops (Aero book and Aero Alpha)barely had any elements of true ultrabook, this one, the Ego Aero Ultra does satisfies ultrabook’s definition the most, thanks to its powerful Core i5 2467M processor and super thin chassis. However, this Wipro ultrabook still lacks an SSD – one of the vital components of a true ultrabook. It completely relies on the mechanical hard disk for storing data and booting the OS and apps. Somehow, we still cannot recommend it to the users. Even Dell ultrabooks are better than this by a mile.
If you want 2 year old technology packed in an ultrabook shell, get the Aero Alpha from Wipro. While Wipro wants us to call the Aero Aplha an ultrabook, we would not be able to do so. It features Core i5 470UM 1.33GHz processor (which is ultra slow) and comes with no SSD – a must for us to call something an ultrabook. It is slow, thick and has poor build quality. Heck, there is not even built in Wi-Fi. Instead the company is giving the user a mini PCI-E slot to add it himself.
Wipro Ego Aero Book is an India-only ultrabook that features a 11.6 inch display like like Vaio T 11 ultrabook, but packs the outdated Core i5 2467M processor. Available in only white color, there is no USB 3.0 port or a mention of SSD anywhere, which will make die hard ultrabook fans a bit angry. Also, since Wipro just imports laptops from China and slaps them with ‘made in India’ logo, we cannot recommend them to anyone.