'The latest Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch with Retina display is still an excellent laptop with a high-resolution screen and enough power for content-creation tasks. '
'The 15-inch MacBook Pro has a brilliant Retina Display, powerful processor and new graphics card options, plus faster flash storage and a new Force Touch trackpad.'
'The base spec is very good, but it’s arguably overpriced and non-upgradeable.'
'The MacBook is thin, light and striking.'
'With its slim, lightweight chassis, however, the X1 Carbon Touch is a great choice if you travel for work. '
'The X1 Carbon is a notebook that stays pretty cool to the touch.'
'Battery life good but not the best. '
'Still, for a casual yet powerful commuter Ultrabook the X1 Carbon has got most things right. '
'The Omen is a very pleasant surprise, fun to use and reasonably priced (but not a bargain).'
'However, more powerful and well-rounded laptops are available for less money. '
'Intel Core i7-4710HQ CPU and Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M graphics'
'On the other hand, the extra wide trackpad was a pleasure to use. '
new, but not necessarily improved
Better-than-HD ultrabook gets smart function keys
Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch retains almost everything that is good about the original X1 Carbon while adding the touchscreen many value in a Windows 8 machine.
More Beast Than Beauty
Lower price tag than previous generation
Better battery life, Faster flash storage
Haswell chips and Mavericks increase battery life
small, fast and in a league of its own
Not a Retina MacBook Air, but awfully close
Eye-pamperingly gorgeous Retina display
While the new Pro with Retina isn’t a huge leap forward from its predecessor in anything except battery life, its generous price drop offers good value and makes ultrabook alternatives look over-priced.
Impressive performance, Fancy backlit keyboard
Matte, high-end Full HD screen
Fast overall performance and gaming
Excellent gaming PC
Very Quiet for a Gaming Laptop