UpdatedA 2-in-1 with a stunning design and impossibly thin dimensions, what's holding Lenovo's new flagship Ultrabook back especially with a cheaper price tag.
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The stylish, UHD-resolution Asus ZenBook Pro UX501 nearly hits all the marks, save for portability and longevity.
Fine for most normal applications, this 4K gaming laptop isn't fit for its price and not ready to play at max resolution.
It's well-made and has an office-friendly specification, but can the Latitude compete with rival notebooks?
Lenovo put the Thinkpad X1 Carbon back on the path of the traditional business laptop, but it's simply too expensive for its own good.
Lenovo has compromised too much to build the ThinkPad X250, which straddles the line between enterprise-class mobile workstations and consumer-friendly Ultrabooks.
This is a sleek and versatile machine that packs a value for money punch, but there are issues here.
MSI's GT80 Titan is an 18.4-inch powerhouse with a mechanical keyboard that pushes the limits on what you can call portable.
This is a very portable laptop with a hell of a lot of power crammed in, although you'll pay a premium here.