It might look like a simple laptop, but Samsung's lightweight 15-inch Notebook 9 has several features that help it stand out from its ultraportable competition.
If you like your two-in-one pretty and sufficient for streaming video, lots of typing, ink-based markup or casual sketching in proximity to a power outlet, the HP Spectre x2 hits the mark.
The LG Gram 15 is an ultraportable that doesn't make you sacrifice screen size or some runtime for less weight.
If it’s something you’re planning to take on the go, the Aero 15’s gorgeous slim design and robust battery are big selling points.
For creative work, it's still top-notch, but the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar is no longer a no-brainer buy.
The featherlight, flexible Portege X20W-D shows Toshiba hasn't lost its touch when it comes to business laptops, delivering a solid 2-in-1 that's ready for long flights, boardroom presentations and coffee shop brainstorms.
With a subtle tweak to the keyboard and better component choices, this cult favorite mini MacBook suddenly feels like it can be your everyday laptop.
The Razer Blade is an elegantly subdued mainstream gaming laptop with great performance.
A giant gaming laptop fine-tuned for peak performance, the Origin PC Eon17-X can be as powerful as your wallet will allow.
While it doesn't necessarily stand out in a crowded field, the Surface Laptop has a great design and is a solid, travel-friendly clamshell PC.
It's a super high-end, super-expensive gaming laptop. File this one away under "aspirational."
Samsung’s S Pen is graduating from the Galaxy Note to its own 360-degree convertible touchscreen laptop.
Gigabyte's budget range isn't exactly affordable, but it makes up for it with an impressive offering.
This machine is totally icebox when it comes to chasing down desktop-level performance.
The Taiwanese company's mainstream notebooks get a more premium look.
Equipped with Intel's Core i7-7700HQ and Nvidia's GTX 1050 TI discrete graphics, the Asus ZenBook Pro UX550 is a beast.
The Origin PC Eon15-S delivers the typical gaming performance for a laptop with its specs, but it's the nice display, Mini DisplayPort connector with G-Sync support, surprisingly comfortable keyboard and removable battery that boost it beyond similarly priced competitors.
If you don't mind paying extra for a thin chassis and a 17-inch 4K-resolution display, the MSI GS73VR Stealth Pro 4K is worth looking into, but you can get more performance for your money if you keep looking.