Windows 10 is out, and it largely succeeds in delivering a quality hybrid desktop/touchscreen experience. The system requirements are also pretty modest, so it can run on a large range of high-end and low-budget hardware.
Still, a good operating system deserves a good device to run it on, so we've assembled 10 of the best machines to show off Windows 10's strengths.
Some are brand-new products which are available with Windows 10 pre-installed, some are old favourites which can be upgraded from Windows 8.1 free of charge, and all of them are fine vessels for Cortana and company.
Dell XPS 15
The XPS 15 was revealed during Microsoft's keynote address at Computex in June, and was supposedly designed specifically with Windows 10 in mind.
Its main draw, though, is the 15.6in touchscreen. It has a remarkably dense 3200x1800 resolution and 1000:1 contrast ratio, and is one of the best-specced laptop screens around. The ultra-thin bezel looks great as well.
The rest of the XPS 15's hardware is similarly high-end. It includes an aluminium and carbon fibre chassis, a 2.3GHz quad-core Intel i7-4712HQ processor, up to 512GB of SSD storage, a 2GB Nvidia GeForce GT 750M graphics card and a gigantic 16GB of RAM.
Starting from £1,319, the Dell XPS 15 isn't cheap, but it's a great choice for those in the premium market wanting to make Windows 10 look better and run faster.
HP Spectre x360
The Spectre x360 is one of a new breed of convertibles; the touchscreen doesn't detach, but is on a 360-degree hinge that allows the keyboard section to act as a kickstand or rotate all the way to the back of the screen, effectively creating a tablet.
This makes the Spectre x360 perfect for taking advantage of the Continuum system in Windows 10, which optimises the UI for touch controls or a keyboard and mouse/trackpad.
The Windows 7-style desktop view is ideal for the laptop configuration, and this can be switched instantly to Tablet Mode - with a more Windows 8.1-influenced interface - when rotating the display to use as a touchscreen.
This display itself is 13.3in diagonally at 1920x1080 resolution, and there's a choice between Intel Core i7 5500U and Core i5 5200U processors. Both include 8GB of RAM to keep that interface-switching swift.
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