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Apple 12-Inch Macbook

The iPad of laptops is back with better specs and a change of clothes. The Apple 12-inch MacBook was already a lust-worthy object, weighing just two pounds and measuring only 13.1mm at its thickest point yet still offering up to 11 hours of battery life, a 12-inch Retina display, and a completely silent, fanless design. It just wasn't that great for actual work. The new model improves the situation, adding sixth-generation, dual-core Intel Core M processors with Turbo Boost speeds of up to 3.1 GHz, faster graphics, and speedier storage. It still has only one USB-C port, but that's less of a hassle than it was when it first launched, and for the fashion-conscious, it's now available in rose gold, alongside the prior silver, space gray, and gold finishes.

  • Microsoft Surface Book

    Up 'til now, the Surface has been stuck in a weird limbo between tablet and laptop. No more. The Microsoft Surface Book is designed to be a killer laptop and a killer tablet. Its unique hinge lets you detach the screen from the keyboard, turning it into a tablet, and reattach the screen facing out, letting you take advantage of the powerful, MacBook Pro-besting processor, RAM, and graphics built into the keyboard base without giving up the highly responsive, pressure-sensitive stylus and finger-ready touch surface. You can also pair it with a Surface Dock for desktop use, but even if you don't, it's the most interesting device that we've seen out of Redmond in, well, ever.

  • Wood Kubb Computer

    Even the best designed computers still look like technology, giving them a cold edge. The Wood Kubb Computer means to do the opposite by appearing to be nothing but a single block of wood. It measures roughly 5" x 5", is available in three finishes, and despite its small body still has full-size specs, with Intel Core i3 or i5 processors, Intel HD graphics, SSD storage, and up to 16GB of RAM. You'll still be responsible for adding a monitor, keyboard, and mouse, but at least it will be one less thing in your life made from plastic, metal, and glass.