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Toshiba Satellite P55t

Razer Blade 14 (14-inch, 2014)

Toshiba Kirabook

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon

Apple Mac Pro

Dell XPS 18

This 15.6-inch clamshell features a 3,840x2,160 native resolution, the same found on the current generation of big screen 4K televisions, which should be of great interest to students of film, video, and photography.

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A sleek gaming laptop that doesn't look like it belongs in a dorm room, the new Razer Blade 14 includes a stunning 3,200x1,800 touch screen, along with an Intel Core i7 CPU and Nvidia GeForce 870M GPU, all in a slim, lightweight package.

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A graduation gift that feels like a premium step up from whatever you were using at school, the Kirabook's thin, light body is made of a magnesium alloy, which is both lighter and stronger than aluminum, and the desktop footprint is noticeably smaller than the 13-inch MacBook Air or Pro.

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A grown-up laptop with just enough style, the X1 Carbon will fit in at any job or internship, while still fitting in at the coffee shop.

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The Mac Pro is a consumer extravagance, but its ability to handle professional tasks, especially as it relates to the growing field of 4K video, is unmatched.

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Thanks to its light weight and portability, the Dell XPS 18 is probably the most useful of the current crop of tabletop PCs, and it's fun for playing touch-friendly games. Rather than a built-in kickstand, it uses a heavy dock that stays anchored to the table (and that acts as a charging base), allowing you to pick up the tablet part and walk away easily.

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