Dell's new XPS 13 2-in-1 brings a stunning design with powerful functionality. The first laptop with Intel's 10nm 10th Gen CPU and Iris Graphics deliver performance and decent battery life, dazzling HDR display, with an excellent inking experience. While there are a few things missing Dell gets more right than wrong with this premium convertible Ultrabook. However, the competition is catching up, which keeps this laptop from being the very best.
The HP Pavilion x360 14 starts at a bargain price and doesn't climb much higher, yet it has the features needed to be your next daily driver. We took a deep dive into what it has to offer to determine whether or not it could work as your next PC.
Dell's refreshed XPS 15 (7590) for 2019 brings a 4K OLED option, newer 9th Gen Intel processors, a bumped up GTX 1650 GPU, and Dell finally fixed the webcam. What does that all add up to? One of the best 15-inch laptops available. But Dell also let this laptop slide in other areas.
HP, ASUS and others offer excellent portable secondary displays, but Lenovo's new ThinkVision M14 blows them all away. Being the lightest screen and the only one with a flexible hinge makes it an easy sell. Here's what else you need to know.
The all-new Razer Blade 15 Advanced offers new display options for a 240Hz refresh rate or a 4K OLED panel from Samsung. Improvements to audio, the addition of Windows Hello facial recognition, a new 9th Gen Intel CPU, and that sweet 'mercury white' color make this one of the best hybrid gaming-creator laptops around. But it's not perfect.
The Blade Stealth for 2019 now has thinner bezels, an MX150 for graphics, and a new low-watt full HD display. While on paper there is nothing special about this laptop, in use it's one of the most fun, enjoyable, and cool looking around. The Blade Stealth also does well against the MateBook X Pro, and if it's on sale, is an easy choice to recommend.
Those looking for a 14-inch Ultrabook that will last nearly two days on battery, has optional 4G LTE, and is also a 2-in-1 with a "magic" camera, the Latitude 7400 2-in-1 is a great option that wins our "Best" award for ticking all the right boxes. Its price may be high, but the resulting power and user experience make it worth it for road warriors, or anyone needing a robust laptop...
The ThinkCentre M720q Tiny brings plenty of hardware configuration options wrapped up in a compact body. It has loads of ports, RAM and storage can be easily upgraded, and it has the security features to make an IT department happy.
The ThinkPad L390 is a minor refresh of last year's L380, and while the display is still lacking in color and brightness, gone is the slow SATA SSD in lieu of a speedy PCIe option. There's still the excellent ThinkPad keyboard, plenty of ports, upgradeable hardware, all-day battery life, and durable build available in silver or black colors.
MSI paired a power-efficient Core i7 processor with a beefy GeForce GTX 1050 GPU to create a light 15.6-inch laptop with a battery that can hit at least 10 hours. Unfortunately, there's one major flaw in this unique laptop.