'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. '
'We were able to draw with all of our fingers at once in Windows Paint.'
'Typing does feel soft without being mushy and there's a fair amount of travel despite the shallow body.'
'its heft is barely noticeable in a backpack.'
A 14in Ultrabook that's designed to appeal to big business
An elegant yet robust ultrabook
Very good looks and value, not a lot of choice
Dell’s Inspiron 14 7000 Series is a slim, aluminum laptop with a nice 1080p touchscreen and solid battery life. We just wish it included an SSD.
Slick and Stylish
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.
Yoga's winning hybrid design, now available for less
The new Yoga 2 boasts a 1080p touchscreen and 4th-gen Intel processor, but it doesn’t keep pace with the latest from Acer, Dell and HP.
Pros: Decent display colour, light and portable.
Long battery life, a bright IPS screen, and one of the best typing experiences available make this the best compact business laptop we’ve tested yet.
Lenovo's ThinkPad X240 is a very different beast compared to the X230, but still one of the best small laptops on the market
a good (if slightly heavy) Ultrabook for business users
Though we wish it had more ports and the keyboard didn't have those minor frustrations, overall, we have no trouble recommending this Ultrabook.
A flexible hybrid tablet
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