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Despite its slim, 0.6-inch thick dimensions and 2.7-pound weight, Dell's laptop offers nearly 16 hours of battery life with its standard, 1080p screen.
Add to that an Intel 8th Gen Core i5 or i7 CPU, a speedy PCIe SSD and plenty of ports and you have the best consumer Ultrabook around.
Thanks to a quad-core, 8th Gen Core i7 CPU and a speedy PCIe SSD, the Yoga 920 can handle productivity tasks with aplomb.
However, you may be distracted from your tasks when you spend time staring at its gorgeous bronze-colored chassis, super-thin bezel and colorful display. Pros: Attractive bronze chassis; Powerful 8th Gen Core i7 performance; Rich audio playback Cons: Somewhat shallow keyboard Key Specs: 13.9-inch, up to 4K display; NVMe PCIe SSD; 16GB of RAM; 3 pounds One of the best bargains in tech, the Acer Aspire E 15 E5-575-57D4 (say that three times fast) has really strong specs for the money and even stronger battery life.
Pros: Great keyboard; Colorful screen; Hot-swappable battery; Light weight Cons: No Thunderbolt 3 port; Mediocre battery life with 3-cell battery Key Specs: 12.5-inch screen; Up to 1920 x 1080 resolution; Up to Core i7 CPU; 3 pounds / 3.4 pounds (with 6-cell battery) To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Think Pad, Lenovo has taken a T470, dialed up its components to 11 and added a few cool retro design elements.
In place of the standard island-style keyboard, Lenovo has put the classic 7-row keyboard, which offers a superior user experience thanks to its dedicated media controls, enlarged Esc and Delete keys and page forward / page back buttons.
A durable, MIL-SPEC-tested chassis helps this long-lasting business notebook stand up to the rigors of all-day business travel.
Pros: Best-in-class keyboard; Speedy PCIe SSD; Durable design; Thunderbolt 3 charging; Cons: Relatively-dim screen; Tinny sound Key Specs: 14.1-inch display; Up to 1920 x 1080 screen resolution; Up to Core i7 CPU; 3.48 pounds / 3.88 pounds (6-cell battery) The Dell XPS 13 9360 uses a nearly-bezel-free Infinity display to pack a 13-inch panel into a chassis that might otherwise hold an 11-inch laptop.
Pros: Attractive design; Colorful display; Strong sustained performance; Very light Cons: No USB Type-A port; Webcam looks up your nose Key Specs: 13.3-inch screen; Up to 4K resolution; Up to Core i7 CPU; 2.65 pounds; Thunderbolt ports; 2.65 pounds; 0.46 inches thick.Because Dell shaved 0.14 inches off of the thickness and 0.13 pounds off the weight, the XPS 13 9370 has smaller battery and three hours less endurance.However, this sleek and sexy ultrabook still lasts nearly 12 hours on a charge and offers stronger performance and a more attractive screen than the 9360.A luxurious soft-touch deck and deep key travel provide an excellent typing experience while an optional infrared camera lets you log into Windows 10 using facial recognition.Pros: Colorful display; Durable chassis; Strong typing experience Cons: Plain design; Expensive Key Specs: 13-inch, 1920 x 1080 screen; Up to Core i7-7600U CPU; 2.75 pounds Lenovo's flagship consumer 2-in-1 has great performance and even better aesthetics.
Note that, in February 2018, we switched from Laptop Battery Test 1.0, which surfed the web at a lower, 100 nits of brightness, so scores have gone down to reflect the more aggressive (and realistic) test.