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The outlook: Lenovo took its winning Yoga 2-in-1 design and traded integrated graphics for an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 graphics card, making this an interesting option for an entry-level gaming system.
The outlook: The Book One basically one-ups Microsoft's portables by combining the Surface 4 Pro and Surface Book into one design.
The outlook: Asus says this is the lightest 14-inch business notebook around (2.31 lbs). The keyword is "business," though. It runs on Windows 10 Pro with support for its SimPro Dock USB-C docking station, which has dual DisplayPort, USB-C and USB 3.1 ports, VGA, HDMI, LAN and an SD Card reader.
The outlook: Asus knows how to make an attractive and powerful ultraportable laptop. This one nearly eliminates the bezel around its 14-inch display, taking it down to the size of your average 13-inch clamshell.
Availability: 15.6-inch available now; 17-inch TBD
The outlook: Samsung's first laptops made for gaming come in 15- and 17-inch models with midrange Nvidia 10-series graphics, full HD matte displays and interesting designs that Samsung is known for.
The outlook: This 2-in-1 is built to MIL-spec standards, but with looks so nice you'll want to take it into any boardroom meeting.
The outlook: The Lenovo Miix 320 is a budget-friendly 10-inch Windows 10 tablet PC with just enough performance for daily tasks, but with 10 hours of battery life.
The outlook: If the 12-inch crazy-sharp super-AMOLED screen doesn't grab your attention, the full PC-like potential inside of an ultracompact build will.
The outlook: A complete redesign of 2014's G1, the new 12-inch x2 is a Windows tablet with all the features business users need.
The outlook: This stripped-down Android version of the company's Yoga Book is basically a 12-inch tablet attached to a virtual keyboard on 360-degree hinges.
The outlook: Lenovo's newest 12-inch Windows 10 tablet has a detachable keyboard cover with a touchpad, pen support and Thunderbolt 3.