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Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 Laptop

The XPS 13 is one of the most popular Windows laptops around. The Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 Laptop isn't a full-on replacement — but it does gain some new tricks. As the name suggests, the InfinityEdge display now sits on a hinge that lets it work in four different modes. It's powered by Intel's latest Core M processors, and has two USB Type C ports, a machined aluminum shell, carbon fiber palm rest, support for the Dell Active Pen, and your choice of a Full HD or Quad HD+ display. In other words, what it loses in performance, it more than makes up for in versatility.

  • HP Envy AIO 27 Desktop

    For years, the iMac has served as the gold standard of all-in-one desktops. The new HP Envy AIO 27 Desktop makes a strong argument for the title. Instead of trying to cram all its electronics behind the screen, the Envy lays them out in a slim rectangular box that helps to support the thin-framed 27-inch display that floats atop a metal stand. Spec-wise, it can hold up to 16GB of RAM, is powered by 6th-gen Intel Core processors, has SSD-based storage, optional Nvidia graphics to help power the Quad HD display, Bang & Olufsen audio, and, for the paranoid among you, a combo HD camera and mic that pop-up when needed and hide behind the display when they're not.

  • Colorware Retro Macbook

    Like the Retro iMac before it, the Colorware Retro Macbook is a limited edition throwback to Apple's past. This modified 12-inch model has the same Retina-grade screen as its standard counterpart, but is painted an Apple IIe-like putty color, with faux vents on the side and the all-important rainbow Apple logo — illuminated, no less — in the center. Other specs include a 1.3GHz Intel Core m7 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 512 GB of flash storage. Limited to just 10 examples.