Acer's auto-branded Ferrari One FO200 may look like an 11-inch Netbook, but it sports a dual-core AMD CPU and a mainstream laptop price to match.
You can dive into the various subcategories here for detailed suggestions for every need and budget, but on this page, we present the current laptops that are our personal favorites, because of style, power, value, or just because we like them.
From the Cheapskate: Normally $1,000, this upgraded model includes a Core M7 processor and 8GB of RAM. Plus: two bonus deals!
HP's slim, attractive Spectre x2 follows the road not taken by Microsoft's Surface Pro, using lower-power processors to keep the price down, as well as packing in the must-have keyboard cover.
The dual-core version of the ThinkPad x100e is a much better bet than the original single-core version. Battery life is still an issue, but it's a nice-to-the-touch 11.6-inch business Netbook.
Easily the best-looking Atom-powered hybrid in its price range, the HP Pavilion x2 is still a few tweaks away from being a budget standout.
The magnetic hinge from the Pavilion x2 line is now available in a larger screen size with more storage.
New HP Envy x2 models pack a kickstand and a keyboard that falls off at the drop of a hat.
The redesigned x2 hybrid has the looks down, but not even Bang & Olufsen branding can help its thin speakers.
HP has refreshed its HP Envy x2 and Pavilion x2 lines with new looks and hardware.
In the right configuration, Dell's Inspiron Zino HD will fit seamlessly into your living room as a PC-based video source. Due to its uneven handling of even standard-def video, this $468 build isn't quite up to the task. Fortunately, Dell offers the right upgrades to get you to the hallowed ground of PC-based video content--just be prepared to spend a little bit more to get there.