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.
The groundbreakingly-thin EliteBook Folio G1 provides a first-class design and productivity experience, but suffers from second-class battery life.
Although we'd like more battery life, the ThinkPad T460s offers solid performance and wide viewing angles in a compact, durable chassis.
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.
A great choice for business travelers, the ThinkPad X260 pairs a fantastic keyboard and lightweight body with over 17 hours of battery life.
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.
The ThinkPad T460 empowers workers with a great typing experience, long battery life, strong build quality and solid performance.
Dell's XPS 15 combines style and speed using a slick design, resulting in a premium 15-inch system that's a joy to use.
Lenovo's flagship 2-in-1 is the total package when it comes to hybrids, featuring a stunning design, solid performance and a supersharp display.
With a carbon-fiber and magnesium-alloy body, the Dell Latitude E7450 is a sturdy and light business Ultrabook that does most things well.
The ZenBook UX305 stuns with a gorgeous all-aluminum body, a thin, fanless design, and 9-plus hours of battery life -- all for just $699.