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Lenovo Yoga 720

Dell XPS 13 (late 2017)

Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Edition

Razer Blade Pro (2017, Nvidia 1060)

Asus ZenBook Flip 14

Apple iMac Pro

Acer Predator Orion 9000

Windows 10 Fall Creators Edition

Mac OS High Sierra

8th-gen Intel Core CPUs

iOS 11

Price: Starts at $650

Availability: October 2017

Outlook: Lenovo has managed to fit a 12-inch screen into roughly the same body as last year's 11.6-inch model. Updated features include pen support, a fingerprint reader and a USB-C/Thunderbolt port to drive an external display.

See more of our Fall Tech Preview here. 

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Price: Starts at $799

Availability: Mid-September

Outlook: One of the world's best 13.3-inch laptops gets new 8th-gen Intel Core i-series CPUs for what should be a big performance boost. 

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Price: Starts at $999

Availability: Fall

Outlook: One of our favorite budget gaming laptops gets a face-lift and a power boost just in time for your holiday gift list. This slightly slimmer version gets a GPU bump to the VR-ready Nvidia GTX 1060.

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Price: $2,299

Availability: September

Outlook: By cutting the resolution down to standard HD and knocking the GPU back to a still-excellent Nvidia GeForce 1060, one of the coolest-looking big-screen gaming laptops gets a serious price cut. 

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Price: About $1,000 

Availability: Fall

Outlook: Asus claims the 13.9mm ZenBook Flip 14 (UX461) is the world's thinnest two-in-one laptop with discrete graphics. It packs a Nvidia GeForce MX150 card. 

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Price: $4,999 

Availability: December 2017 

Outlook: This 27-inch space gray workstation-class computer features a Retina 5K display, a pro-level Intel Xeon processor, AMD's Radeon Vega graphics and up to 128GB of RAM.

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Price: Starts at $2,000 

Availability: December 2017

Outlook: This wild-looking gaming desktop can be configured to pack top-of-the-line everything, like an 18-core Intel Core i9 Extreme CPU, four-way Radeon RX Vega or dual GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GPUs, up to 128GB quad-channel DDR4 and so on. 

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Price: Free for Windows 10 owners

Availability: October 2017

Outlook: This late-year series of upgrades is aimed at content creators, with new photo- and video-editing tools, and support for a new generation of mixed reality headsets. 

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Price: Free for current MacOS owners 

Availability: December 2017

Outlook: New features coming to Macs via a free upgrade include support for external graphics cards, autoplay-video blocking and a new file system called APFS. 

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Price: Built into laptops roughly $800 and up

Availability: September 2017

Outlook: These low-power chips are jumping from dual-core to quad-core, allowing for better multitasking, and they promise great support for 4K video and mixed-reality content. 

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Price: Free for compatible iOS owners

Availability: September

Outlook: Big changes include an expanded dock, better split-screen multitasking and an improved file system, something long-missing from iOS. 

See more of our Fall Tech Preview here. 

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