Lenovo's new ThinkBook lineup starts with the 13s, an aluminum Ultrabook that's a blend of IdeaPad and ThinkPad. It's intended for use with small and home businesses, and it asks a rather reasonable price.
Updated for 2019, the Inspiron 13 7390 2-in-1 "Black Edition" is quite the looker. It's slim, it comes stock with a 4K touch display, and there's a new spot for the full-size active pen. Is it your next laptop?
If you're in the market for a 15-inch notebook with 4K display, the LapBook Plus might have come up in your search. It certainly has a lot going for it, especially at the bargain price, but it does have one major drawback.
Available with IT management and security features, LTE connectivity, and plenty of hardware options, the Dell Latitude 7200 2-in-1 is a solid business PC ... if you can afford the relatively high cost.
Dell Latitude 7300 is a compact business laptop with excellent battery life and strong performance. I used it daily as my main device to see whether or not it's the right choice as your next Ultrabook.
These two 15-inch laptops can offer a smooth gaming experience, though there are some significant differences you should know about before making a final decision. We go deep comparing the two gaming PCs.
If you're looking for a laptop that can be upgraded after purchase to keep it relevant longer, Dell's XPS 13 (7390) is probably not the best option. However, the XPS 15 is a more powerful PC with upgradeable hardware.
ThinkPads are known for their comfortable keyboard, and the second-gen X1 Extreme continues the trend with plenty of travel, smooth action, and a backlight to help with working in low-light situations.
These two 15-inch devices have similar performance hardware options, though one is a stylish convertible and the other is a durable notebook. We compare the two to help you decide which one makes the most sense as your next laptop.
If you're interested in a laptop that can handle some games once in a while, the ThinkPad X1 Extreme will be able to handle the load. However, for a true gaming experience, we recommend something like Lenovo's Legion Y740 15.