Which laptop is right for you?

The latest computer in the latest family of laptop categories is not going to set the world alight, but it is still one of the best choices for anyone looking for a modern PC.

We take a look at some of the main contenders, along with their strengths and weaknesses.

The LG Optimus G5 review, the LG Optimus XA5 review and the Lenovo Yoga 3100 review are now available for pre-order from Lenovo.

The Intel Core i5-6600K and the Intel Core m4-6650K are still the top choices, but you can also look at the Lenovo Y700 and the Asus ZenBook UX305.

Read moreThe LG Optimus 615 review is a great deal, even if it does include a USB Type-C port.

The Acer Iconia A5 is a good laptop with a good price, but not an outstanding one.

The HP Envy x360 and the Toshiba Aspire V5100 review both come with an HDMI port, but the HP Envie X360 is the only one we would consider buying for this purpose.

The Lenovo Yoga Y580 and the Acer Iconium E300 are both good laptops, but we would not buy them unless you want a solid, full-size laptop.

Read moreThere is one exception: the Dell Latitude E7110 review.

This is a laptop with excellent specs, but a price tag of over £2,000.

This will definitely make you think twice about a purchase, even when you can pick one up for less than the price of a good Windows 10 laptop.

If you want to take your PC further, the Dell Inspiron 1750 review is another great option.

The Acer Iconix 3100 is a solid choice, even though its £2.99 price tag may not be what you’d expect.

It is well built, the display is gorgeous and its battery life is great.

But we don’t recommend this laptop for everyone.

The Lenovo Yoga 6200 review is one of our Editors’ Choice laptops.

The display is great, the screen size is large and the battery life was great.

The processor is good, but its battery capacity is limited and we think you would prefer a better laptop if you want that.

Read our Lenovo Yoga review for more information.

The Asus Zenbook UX305 review is our Editors Choice, which is an excellent value, especially for those looking for an ultraportable option.

The keyboard is also very good, the keyboard travel is very good and it has a decent trackpad.

The speakers are great too.

The Intel Core 645MX and Intel Core M-series processors are the best laptops in this class.

These processors offer very good performance, and the Core i7-6700HQ is the best desktop chip on the market.

The Core i6-7600HQ and the CPU are also very fast, especially in 3DMark’s synthetic graphics test.

The Ryzen CPUs in this laptop are great, especially the Core m3-7100HQ.

If you are looking for something that is not an ultra-portable and also not an entry-level machine, the Acer Aspire ZBook S5560 is an entry level laptop.

It has a 1080p IPS screen and is the same price as the Intel Haswell-E.

The battery life and the processor performance are better than a regular notebook.

But the lack of a USB-C option is a real problem for anyone wanting to run Windows 10.

The Asus Zen Book S5550 review offers an ultra portable option.

We have included the Lenovo Inspiron 1330 and Asus Zenbooks E-Book X580 in the Editors’ Pick section for the budget-minded user.

These laptops are well-built, have a good display and a decent processor.

The screen size of the Asus is larger than the Dell, but this is not a dealbreaker.

Read our Lenovo Inspirion 1330 review for all our Lenovo laptops.

The Dell Latitudes E7150 and E7250 are great value, but they are only good for those who like to run a full-sized desktop.

They do not have an HDMI ports or an SD card slot, but there are USB-A ports, too.

If there is no room for an SD or USB-M card slot in your PC, these laptops will be the best value.