The top 6 laptops you can buy right now
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Dell XPS 15
If comparisons have to be made, we'll go ahead and say it: If you like the MacBook Pro, but prefer Windows, the Dell XPS 15 is a worthy competitor. Both share the same screen size and thin profile, although the XPS 15 is a touch lighter. The screen resolution is also on par with the Mac's Retina panel, with a 3,200 x 1,800 display available as an upgrade option. And yes, the internals are just as robust as Apple's model, too. There's an Intel Core i7 processor, a 2GB GPU and up to 1TB of internal storage. You never know, dude: You might be getting a Dell.
Samsung ATIV Book 9 Plus
The Samsung Series 9, one of our all-time favorite Ultrabooks, is back with a new design. Dubbed the ATIV Book 9 Plus, this model still has a razor-thin body, but the screen resolution has been kicked up to 3,200 x 1,800. That hasn't affected battery life much -- in fact, it's longer than ever, offering about nine hours of video playback. The Book 9 Plus also pumps out respectable audio, especially for such a slim system. Our biggest complaint is the price, but even then, it deserves its high marks.
Acer Aspire S7-392
Acer has finally perfected the formula for a near-perfect Ultrabook. The S7-392 has a super-slim, 2.87-pound chassis with a 1080p (or even 2,560 x 1,440) touchscreen. The battery life is decent, considering the lack of space for a large cell, and it's much quieter than its predecessor. All in all, if you can afford to give it a shot, you'll almost certainly be happy with your purchase.
Apple MacBook Pro with Retina display (13-inch)
If you're leaning more towards performance than portability and you're a Mac fan, then Apple's MacBook Pro with Retina display is your best bet. The battery life is almost as good as the Air, clocking in at around 11 hours and it's only a touch heavier as well. The 13-inch version costs considerably less then the $1,999 15-inch Pro, albeit without a disrete GPU option. Even so, that's not necessarily a dealbreaker.
Dell XPS 12
The XPS 12 has been around for nearly two years, but when it's this fine a device, why change it? Its flippable screen gives the Lenovo Yoga a run for its money in terms of flexibility and the 1,920 x 1,080 display is easy on the eyes. This iteration has improved specs, including Intel's latest Core i7 processors and battery life rated for nearly nine hours. Factor in the durable build quality, and the XPS 12 maintains its spot as one of the best ultraportables on the market.
Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro
Lenovo's Yoga line set the trend for ultra-flexible formats and the Yoga 2 Pro is no different. It packs a comfy keyboard, slim design and solid build quality. And no matter which way you look at it, the 3,200 x 1,800 display is a bright, beautiful eyeful. Those light-packed pixels will cost you some battery life, but people have always made some concessions for a "convertible." Although at this price, money's not one of them.