Sporting a gorgeous, all-aluminum body; a silent, fanless design; and up to an Intel Core-i7 CPU, Huawei's MateBook X is like a MacBook that runs Windows, but better.
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HP's Spectre x360 is a superb 2-in-1 with a stunning design, great battery life and top-notch performance.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will impress you with its gorgeous HDR display, premium design and S Pen. But $600 is a lot to pay for a tablet.
While its battery life leaves a lot to be desired, the HP Spectre is one of the thinnest, most powerful and best looking ultraportables on the market.
While its $220 price tag isn't cheap, the Peak Design Everyday Messenger is an almost perfect bag for creative professionals or people who just like nice things.
Lenovo's Yoga 910 pushes the limits of premium 2-in-1s, thanks to its nearly bezel-free display, speedy 7th-gen Intel CPU and more than 10 hours of battery life.
Now offering even better performance and twice the graphics power, the Surface Book with Performance Base is the clear choice for demanding creative pros.
Sporting Nvidia's GTX 1070 GPU, the Asus ROG G752VS OC Edition offers better gaming performance than last-gen systems for hundreds less.
Acer's powerful Predator 17 X offers even better performance than a lot of top-tier boutique gaming notebooks, but for hundreds less.
Huawei's first Windows PC is a good-looking 2-in-1 with a vivid screen, but weak battery life makes this a less-than-impressive debut.
CybertronPC's Osiris 14 packs powerful gaming performance into a compact, 14-inch case for a pretty attractive price, but the machine's battery life is poor.
With a top-notch detachable design, strong security features and comfortable keyboard, HP's Elite x2 is our top pick among business hybrids.