If you're in the market for a high-performance laptop, you have plenty of choices. Unfortunately, you'll have to navigate a minefield of inferior options. Our laptop reviews and buying guides are here to help you find and compare the best 2015 laptops for your needs and your budget.
The Asus Transformer Book Flip TP300 packs impressive Core i3 power into a well-designed 13-inch 2-in-1 for a very attractive price.
The Lenovo Flex 3 11-inch offers multimode functionality in an attractive chassis, as well as strong battery life, but it's on the slow side.
The HP Pavilion x360 crams powerful performance and great audio into a highly flexible 11.6-inch design.
The Asus X555LA thrives while multitasking and offers long battery life, but it feels like a budget laptop.
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The Toshiba Satellite C55DT offers the basics at a low price, but with a cheap design and weak display, you can do better.
The Lenovo Ideapad 100 offers dependable performance for less than $400, but its short battery life and heat issues make it a tough sell.
For as little as $330, Dell's Inspiron 11 3000 offers solid performance; a bright, colorful display; and good battery life in a sturdy 2-in-1 body.
The Lenovo G50-45 is a very affordable notebook with a bright display and lightweight design, but its keyboard and short battery life sour the experience.
The Dell Inspiron 15 5000 offers an alluring design, speedy performance and loud speakers for less than $500.