We've put together a list of the 10 most exciting laptops and convertibles you can buy in 2016.
Our all-encompassing list includes devices that run the gamut when it comes to operating systems - with Windows, OS X, and Linux all getting a look in.
We'll be updating it with notable new releases as the year goes on, so be sure to check back.
This isn't a countdown as such, so don't read too much into our numbering system.
10.Dell Latitude 13 7370
Dell has taken design elements from the popular, if consumer-focused, XPS 13 and applied them to its business laptop range.
If products like the Latitude 13 7370 are indicative of the whole series, that tactic seems to be working out just fine. It has all the Dell-branded management and security software you'd expect to see on Dell's enterprise machines but is crafted into a tasteful, durable and light form factor.
The XPS 13's distinctive carbon fibre finds its way onto the lid, and the nearly bezel-free InfinityEdge display is replicated to brilliant effect. Overall, it measures 305x211x14.3mm and weighs as little as 1.1kg - music to the ears of any commuter.
Prices start at £1,029 for a base i5-6300U configuration with 14in 1,366x768 display, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD.
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