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This Windows 8 Ultrabook features a beautiful 13.3-inch 1080p display, superb build quality and a stylish design.
If you want the portability of an Ultrabook, but don't want to forsake features such as an optical drive and expansion ports, Toshiba's Portege R930 may be your solution.
What kind of a laptop does $249 buy? A better question might be, is this low-cost laptop built around Google's Chrome OS more than a browser in a box?
The old HP Pavilion dv7 is dead.
The Lenovo ThinkPad Twist is the best of both worlds.
This 14-inch Ultrabook offers a Windows 8 experience complete with a touch-enabled screen for $699.
This 13-inch convertible laptop features a unique 360-degree pivoting screen.
This premium convertible Ultrabook features a carbon fiber and aluminum construction, 1080p IPS touch screen and of course Windows 8.
The Dell i13z is a sleek notebook providing users with adequate performance.
The Sony VAIO T13122CXS offers a gorgeous metal design.
HP's latest ENVY family member has a TouchSmart display and Windows 8 combined with premium components.
Our first review of a notebook with Windows 8 already installed is here.
If you want an Ultrabook but don't want to spend $900 or more then Samsung might have the perfect solution: The AMD-powered Samsung Series 5 ultrathin notebook.
This 15.5-inch version of Sony's multimedia notebook features a top-of-the line 1080p IPS display and is less than an inch thin.
If you think the 15-inch Apple MacBook Pro is cool but you want a Windows PC with a slightly softer touch then the Dell XPS 15 might be just the notebook you need.
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