If you’re in the market for a new laptop but are having trouble deciding which one would best suit your needs, PCMag.com gives you a break down of the top laptops on the market. You can also read the full reviews here.

 

Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch (Retina Display)

macbook pro

The Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch (Retina Display) is the best way to carry the pixels of a large-screen monitor with you on the road. It’s ideal for people who make their living with visuals. $1,999 list

 

 

Asus VivoBook S400CA-UH

The Asus VivoBook S400CA-UH51 is one of the least expensive ways to get a fully functional Windows 8 ultrabook. It’s a touch-screen ultrabook that gets the pricing and feature set right. $699 list

Asus Zenbook Prime Touch UX31A-BHI5T

 

Asus Zenbook Prime Touch UX31A-BHI5T

With its brilliant, touch-enabled screen, incredibly thin design, great battery life, and $1,100 price tag, the Asus Zenbook Prime Touch UX31A-BHI5T is the high-end ultrabook to beat. $1,199 list

 

 

Dell Latitude 10

You need to work all day and into the night, and you need to be mobile from office to office, whether that’s across the building or across the state. The Dell Latitude 10 can help. It can interface with your corporate network, servers, and programs, while giving you up to 20 hours of continuous battery life. $1,146 list

Dell Latitude 6430u 

Dell Latitude 6430u

With its slick design, excellent keyboard, and great battery life, the Dell Latitude 6430u is an easy choice for those who want productivity for work without having to settle for a drab, utilitarian business ultrabook. $1,328 list

Dell XPS 10

Dell XPS 10

The Dell XPS 10 Windows RT-equipped convertible tablet will truly last all day and most of the night (and certainly cover the longest flight in the world). It has a very small-capacity C: drive, but if your digital life is truly in the cloud, the XPS 10 can totally be the everyday computer that you carry everywhere. $679 list

 

 

Lenovo ThinkPad X230t

Lenovo ThinkPad X230t

The Lenovo ThinkPad X230t plucks the best features from business ultraportables and adds multitouch and quality convertible tablet design. $1,349 list

 

 

Microsoft Surface Windows 8 Pro

Microsoft Surface Windows 8 Pro

The Microsoft Surface Windows 8 Pro is the Windows 8 slate tablet to beat when you need the performance and convenience of a PC in a compact tablet form factor. $999 list

 

 

Origin EON17-SLX

Origin EON17-SLX

The Origin EON17-SLX high-end gaming laptop has the latest and best of everything, from an overclocked quad-core processor to SLI graphics. It’s a mean machine, but it costs serious green. $4,405 list

 

Toshiba Portege R935-P322

The Toshiba Portege R935-P322 takes up the ultraportable torch with features you won’t find on ultrabooks. It offers 9+ hours of battery life, a mobile processor rather than an ultra-low-voltage CPU, and a price that is far less than most ultrabooks. $829 list

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