A hybrid computer is really two gifts in one, whether you go for a two-in-one model with a detachable screen, or a fold-back laptop with a 360-degree hinge.

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Microsoft Surface Book

Microsoft has built its "ultimate laptop," and it includes a Surface-like surprise -- the screen pops off to form a lightweight part-time tablet, while much of the battery and some of the components stay in the hefty base.

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Acer Switch 10 E

This system's very functional magnetic hybrid hinge kept me coming back to the Switch 10 day after day, even with more powerful hardware at hand.

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Toshiba Satellite Radius 12

This new hybrid has practically everything you'd want in a thin and light Windows 10 laptop, including an ultra-high-definition 4K-resolution (3,840x2,160-pixel) screen.

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Microsoft Surface Pro 4

The latest Surface Pro adds new processors, a slightly larger screen, and a handful of hardware and software tweaks. At this point, the Surface Pro is less about pitching the very concept of the Surface to wary shoppers, and more about seeing how far it can go in refining the finished product.

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Lenovo Yoga 900

Lenovo's latest Yoga keeps the slim watchband-style hinge from last year's model, but give the processors a big upgrade to mainstream Intel Core i5 and Core i7 chips, for a big power and battery life boost.

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