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It's the thinnest convertible laptop to date with a beautiful screen, and packs Intel's new Core M chip too.
Think hard: How eager are you to tote a 15-inch tablet?
This Pentium-powered convertible is priced right, but be prepared to accept some compromises in construction and performance.
This latest flippable Yoga clone delivers solid performance for the price, but it's too heavy for hardcore travelers.
The Lenovo Flex 2’s touchscreen with a 300-degree hinge is a nice feature for the price. While it delivers decent benchmark results, however, its keyboard, display, and battery life disappoint.
How do you get Intel and AMD in the same laptop? Lenovo uses and Intel CPU and an AMD GPU.
This stylish machine games up to 1080p and is an all-around nicely realized laptop.
This detachable doesn’t deliver an ideal experience in either role.
Three business laptops—including one 2-in-1 model—top our list of the best notebook computers of 2014. But the year isn't over yet.
Take an 11-inch Chromebook, add a touchscreen with a 300-degree hinge, and you suddenly have a model that's versatile and interesting. Too bad it can't be a tablet, though.
Most 11-inch Chromebooks are just basic browsing machines, but the N20p Chromebook stands out--literally--because its 300-degree hinge lets you flip the touchscreen display so it can be used as a stand for movies or presentations.
Low-cost Chromebooks have fairly little to brag about. The Chromebook C200 is typical in many ways, but its stamina in our tests makes it one of the better choices in this price range.
A good display doesn't redeem Dell's consumer laptop from its myriad failings.
A strong CPU and GPU don't make up for a crummy LCD.
This laptop is pretty enough on the outside that you'll wish it had more going for it on the inside.
Acer's Switch 10 convertible truly has a split personality. Its button-free release mechanism is a great idea, but the rest of the device doesn't match up as well.