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Toshiba Satellite P55t

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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Razer Blade 14 (14-inch, 2014)

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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Toshiba Kirabook

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.


Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon

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.


Apple Mac Pro

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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Dell XPS 18

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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