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Discover what laptop is the best for you with our list of the best laptop reviews. Select your requirements and we'll show you what laptops should be at the top of your list including the best tablets, Android tablets, netbooks and iPad as rated by our experts and our users.

  1. MSI GE72 2QD-037UK

    MSI GE72 2QD-037UK

    This sub-£1,000 gaming laptop is packed with high-end components

  2. Toshiba Kirabook (2015)

    Toshiba Kira (2015)

    Toshiba's latest ultrabook has a 2560 x 1440 pixel touchscreen

  3. hp pavilion x2

    HP Pavilion x2

    A good two-in-one that's up against fierce competition

  4. HP Omen 15-1502na

    HP Omen 15-1502na

    The HP Omen is slimmer, lighter and slicker than its rivals – and more expensive, too

  5. HP 255 G3

    HP 255 G3

    An Ubuntu business laptop offering great value for money

  6. lenovo n20 chromebook

    Lenovo N20 Chromebook

    Good value for money, but not without its flaws

  7. HP ZBook 14 G2

    HP ZBook 14 G2

    This super-charged Ultrabook has a Core i7 processor and discrete AMD graphics

  8. Acer Aspire R13

    Acer Aspire R13

    Is this twisting, turning and tilting hybrid from Acer your next portable?

  9. Aorus X3 Plus v5

    Gigabyte Aorus X3 Plus v5

    Shock and Aorus

  10. Asus ROG GL552VW

    Asus ROG GL552VW

    Can this gaming laptop deliver smooth 1080p frame rates for less than £1,000?

  11. AsusTP200SA2

    Asus Transformer Book Flip TP200SA

    An affordable laptop/tablet hybrid with some performance issues

  12. acer aspire switch 12

    Acer Aspire Switch 12

    Versatile and reliable, but overpriced

  13. Toshiba Satellite Click Mini L9W-B-100

    Toshiba Satellite Click Mini L9W-B-100

    The smallest hybrid yet costs only £250 – what's the catch?

  14. Toshiba Prestige PX60 2QD-049UK

    MSI Prestige PX60 2QD-049UK

    A high-end laptop with Core i7 power in a 20mm-thin chassis

  15. Toshiba Satelite Radius 11 L10W-B

    Toshiba Satellite Radius 11 L10W-B

    Toshiba tries to replace laptops and tablets with its smallest hybrid yet