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The new 2014 MacBook Air offers a small speed increase in processor speed, but it's still a good value. (This review has been updated to include the $1099 11-inch MacBook Air with 256GB of flash storage.)
This Ultrabook feels great, even if it is thicker and heavier than most.
You'd be hard-pressed to find a flaw in this nicely realized 12-inch, touchscreen Ultrabook.
It's the right size and weight and it's built for business.
If you're sold on the idea of a hybrid notebook/tablet with a detachable display, Toshiba's Portege Z10t does it best.
This 15-inch UltraBook is a general-purpose machine with some special powers. But its keyboard and chassis quality might disappoint you.
Whether you're a business user or a consumer, this is the best Ultrabook so far.
Find out what workstations Ergotron has developed for Mac users.
Dell needed a Chromebook for the education market, and this 11-inch model works fine. Now let's see something bigger for the rest of us!
This detachable 2-in-1 isn’t the value proposition it could be.
Rapid Review: HP Spectre x2
Most of the original Kirabook's shortcomings have been addressed, but Toshiba's competitors haven't stood still.
This business-oriented portable delivers on speed and battery life, but its support options are staid by corporate standards.
This third iteration of Dell's tiny laptop is definitely the best.
With super-easy access to internals for upgrades and repairs, good looks, and comfortable ergonomics, this 14-inch business laptop sedately shines.
It's not too small, it's not too pricey, and it lasts a good, long time. This is a Chromebook a lot of people could like.