CNET/Microsoft has the best of the best at CES 2016, and we’re here to show you which Dell and Lenovo laptops are the best in the world.
CNET has partnered with the Computer History Museum and the International Center for Information Technology Studies to curate this year’s CES 2017 edition of the top laptop list, which includes the Dell Latitude E5500, Lenovo IdeaPad Y50, and the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon.
But the Dell laptop category has also grown in recent years, and now includes a range of models that were launched before the new Dell laptops.
The Dell Latitudes E5580 and E5585, for example, were released in 2009 and 2010, respectively.
But this year we’re going to focus on the E5590, a new model introduced this year.
It’s a solid upgrade over the E5400, and one that is a great upgrade over any other model.
The Latitude models have some pretty good features, like a full-sized SSD, a decent processor, and a nice display.
But it’s the touchscreen, and especially the touchscreen on the right side of the machine, that makes the Latitude a winner.
And, if you want a great value laptop, this is it.
The Lenovo IdeaPads Y50 and Y50X, on the other hand, are good, but not great.
The ThinkPads are nice, but a little too expensive for most users.
The most expensive Lenovo Thinkpad X1 comes in at $799, and that’s without the display, which is one of the better things about this machine.
The X1 is also a good value if you’re looking for a new computer.
But if you can afford the $1,299 Lenovo IdeaPen or the $699 Lenovo IdeaTab, the X1’s screen and keyboard make it an excellent value.
Dell’s new laptops don’t have a screen, but they do have a decent GPU and a great keyboard, and both of these are great upgrades.
The bottom line: You’ll be happy to know that we have the best laptops in the Dell category, and this year the Latitudes are the ones to buy.