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Apple outs another predictably solid MacBook Air, but is the 2015 edition worth the upgrade?
The portable, colorful Acer Aspire Switch 10 E sure can go all day on a charge, but this laptop does so doing very little.
Acer packs Intel's latest Broadwell processor into the Aspire S7's luxurious glass and metal design, white aesthetics and slim build.
The age of cheap, chintzy Chromebooks is over. The Asus Flip is an all-metal, 2-in-1 laptop with a vibrant touchscreen and an almost excessive battery life.
A stunning screen, classy exterior and well-balanced specification make this laptop a high-quality rival to the MacBook Pro.
Acer wants to master the education and budget laptop market. However, the Acer C740 is a bit too basic, even at a low price point.
Lenovo helped pioneer the hybrid laptop industry. But is the market ready for a 15.6-inch, business-class convertible?
Dell's 13-inch convertible notebook offers up both appealing tablet and laptop features in one device.