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Apple MacBook

This is not the perfect laptop for everyone, but I found myself appreciating Apple's exercise in strictly enforced minimalism and I turned to it more and more often, especially for on-the-go computing in coffee shops around New York.

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HP EliteBook Folio G1

HP has cooked up something that looks and feels a lot like the 12-inch MacBook, built for professional Windows users, but still stylish enough that anyone can feel comfortable using it.

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (OLED)

The latest 14-inch ThinkPad model, called the X1 Yoga, adds an OLED display (in its highest-end pricing configurations), making it one of the first laptops anywhere to have this stunning new type of screen.

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Alienware 13 (OLED)

The headline here is gaming on an OLED screen, which is the super-bright, super-clear display technology now found in only the highest-end big-screen televisions. This is one of only a small handful of laptops with that kind of display.

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Dell XPS 13

Dell's XPS 13 has an amazing-looking edge-to-edge display, in both the cheaper versions and the gold-toned high-end model seen here.

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HP Spectre

At least for the moment, this is one of the world's thinnest laptops, at under 10mm thick, even though it rocks a speedy Core i7 processor.

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Acer Chromebook 14

This is a solid mainstream Chromebook, which makes it a perfect gift for those who aren't computer experts, as it's difficult to do too much accidental damage in Chrome OS.

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Samsung Notebook 7 Spin

A big-screen version of a 360-degree hybrid, this Samsung includes an HDR mode for its display, which boosts brightness and contrast for video, much like the latest high-end televisions.

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Microsoft Surface Pro 4

Still the kind of the hybrids, the excellent fourth-generation Surface Pro has a killer clip-on keyboard cover, excellent stylus, and a powerful processor behind its slim, high-resolution screen.

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Lenovo Yoga 900

The new Yoga 900 keeps the watchband-style hinge from the older Yoga Pro 3, which takes up less space than a traditional hinge (and just looks cool), but trades up to new Intel Core i7 processors rather than the slower Core M.

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Typical Price: $2,199.00

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HP Spectre X2 Touch

Essentially HP's version of the Microsoft Surface Pro, this one actually wins on price because it includes the keyboard cover in the base price, rather than requiring a separate purchase.

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Typical Price: $1,699.00

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HP Spectre x360

A really fantastic value in a mainstream hybrid with a 360-degree hinge, full-size ports, and plenty of battery life.

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Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Series

The Dell Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 series is truly exceptional. These 13- and 15-inch laptops don't merely punch above their price bracket, they do it without removing any of the features you'd want and expect from a PC in 2016.

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Lenovo Yoga Book

This superportable two-in-one laptop/tablet hybrid includes a Wacom sketching pad that can instantly transform into a QWERTY keyboard. The result is a fun, highly portable device that instantly appeals to creative professionals.

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Razer Blade Stealth

Rather than another highly designed gaming laptop, the Stealth is a pure ultrabook. It may lack the gaming graphics of other Razer PCs, but it includes the company's signature Chroma backlit keyboard, an under-the-fingers lightshow unmatched by anyone else.

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Asus ZenBook 3

There's a new contender for most MacBook-like, and it's called the Asus ZenBook 3. It's a close-to-total clone, at least on the outside. But under the aluminum chassis, this ambitious, slim laptop trades midtier Intel Core M processors for a low-voltage Core i7 CPU.

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Acer Swift 7

A hair slimmer, on paper, than even HP's own Spectre, this sub-10mm 13-inch laptop has a sharp gold-and-black design and two USB-C ports (plus some handy connection dongles come in the box).

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