The HP Spectre 13 Ultrabook features Windows 8.1 and an unique large touch pad that supports special gestures.
A dazzling touch screen and lightweight design make for one seriously sweet laptop, especially at this price. (Update: Now it's even less.)
This well-appointed portable usually sells for at least $200 more.
The Vaio Duo 13, is a slidey sequel to last year's Duo 11, with a 13.3-inch screen that swooshes back to reveal a proper keyboard.
The tablet alone is worth $150, making this one of the more compelling ultrabook deals in recent memory.
It's refurbished, and it runs Windows 7 -- which might just be a good thing.
It may not be the sexiest model around, but it offers a pretty comprehensive Windows 8 experience for a budget price.
That's for the Windows 8 version. If you don't mind a refurb and want Windows 7, you can get it for even less.
Dell's XPS 13 ultrabook finally gets the high-resolution display the design deserves.
No new MacBooks at WWDC 2014, and that may be a good thing.