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The Sony VAIO Duo 13 is a high-end convertible aimed at graphic designers and artists.
Sony looks to offer one of the most portable 11-inch ultrabooks on the market with Sony VAIO Pro 11.
The revamped Asus ZenBook looks to compete with Apple's MacBook Pro with Retina display adding a 2880 x 1600 15-inch display to its already impressive offering.
Alienware's newest 14" gaming notebook is well equipped with a 1080p IPS display, 4th-gen Intel quad-core processor and Nvidia graphics.
Samsung offers a 15.6" premium notebook with solid design and specs in the ATIV Book 6.
The Lenovo ThinkPad T431s trims the fat to offer an incredibly portable form factor with middling specs.
This 15.6-inch ASUS Vivobook delivers on most fronts, but masters none.
The Lenovo IdeaPad Y510P manages to offer strong performance while remaining relatively cost-friendly.
This second generation of Razer's gaming notebooks features a fourth-gen Intel "Haswell" processor, Nvidia GTX 765M graphics, a sleek metal chassis and innovative touchpad.
This 12-inch business laptop isn't the newest or sexiest Windows PC, but the 2570p is mighty appealing to IT pros looking for a relatively rugged solution for employees.
Lenovo looks to combine the strengths of the Yoga 11 and 13 in the Yoga 11S.
The Xotic PC variant of the MSI GT60 offers cutting edge specs and premium performance at a premium price.
HP goes back to the basics with its hybrid EliteBook Revolve 810.
Alienware's latest 17-inch gaming notebook, now called the Alienware 17 boasts a redesigned exterior and even better performance thanks to the new fourth-gen Intel processor.
Samsung ATIV Book 9 is a slim 13.3-inch laptop with a 0.51" thickness.
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