Ultimate ultrabook shootout

Testing of eight Windows 8 ultrabooks reveals that users looking for a sleek form factor will have to accept tradeoffs
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We tested eight thin, light, stylish ultrabooks, all with touchscreens and all running Windows 8 Professional. They are: the astonishingly thin Acer Aspire S7 and Asus Zenbook UX31A, the flip-screen Dell XPS 12, HP’s Envy 400t-12, Lenovo’s business oriented ThinkPad Carbon X1 and the flexible Yoga 13, Samsung ATIV Tab 7 that transforms into a tablet, and the Sony Vaio T-15. Our favorite, because it was the easiest to type on and the easiest to use overall, was the Lenovo ThinkPad Carbon X1. Here are the reviews:

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