If you want a portable Windows laptop, consider getting an Ultrabook: a super-thin, ultra-light laptop that wakes from sleep quickly. We've reviewed all the best Ultrabooks, including those with touch screens and the latest Intel processors.
With Intel Kaby Lake inside, the Razer Blade Stealth remains one of the prettiest, most powerful ultraportables on the market, but it could still use more battery life.
The Dell XPS 13 improves upon our top-rated laptop by offering even longer battery life, faster performance and stronger Wi-Fi in an equally compact design.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga is a sleek business 2-in-1 that will last a full workday whether you're banging out spreadsheets or drawing on the screen.
The Dell Inspiron 11 3000 2-in-1 is an affordable convertible with not much else going for it.
The groundbreakingly-thin EliteBook Folio G1 provides a first-class design and productivity experience, but suffers from second-class battery life.
The updated MacBook packs more performance and battery life into a wonderfully thin and light design, but Apple didn't address the biggest drawbacks.
Although we'd like more battery life, the ThinkPad T460s offers solid performance and wide viewing angles in a compact, durable chassis.
With long battery life, a sharp screen and an awesome keyboard, the ThinkPad 13 is a productivity powerhouse with an affordable price
With a brilliant screen, long battery life and awesome keyboard, the 2.6-pound ThinkPad X1 Carbon is as pleasant to use as it is to carry.
The Portege A30t has a vibrant, high-res touch screen and lightweight chassis, but weak battery life, a shallow keyboard and some missing business features limit its utility.