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This 12-inch business laptop may be easier to fit into a bag, but it's not much lighter than its 14- and 15-inch cousins.
Dell's XPS 13 can't really be a MacBook slayer unless it can compete with the legendary battery life of the Air. We test both to find the truth.
Dell's new XPS13 is a MacBook Air killer that shoehorns a 13-inch screen into a bezel that would normally hold an 11-inch panel. The new laptop also features Intel's new Broadwell U CPU and a high-resolution touch screen.
Dell's new ultralight has all the industrial-design panache of a MacBook Air, but with a larger display. Oh, and it's a proper PC.
HP's new Omen marks the return of Voodoo DNA to gaming laptops with a thin and relatively powerful gaming laptop.
We've tested too many laptops to count, and now we're ready to name the ones we'd spend our own money on.
This fast, stylish laptop carries Voodoo's legacy into a new generation of gaming laptops, HP's first since it dissolved the boutique builder several years ago.
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.