If you want the “best” Windows laptop right now, it’s hard to argue with stuff like Dell’s XPS 13 2-in-1 or HP’s Spectre x360.
But a lot of the time, people don’t want the “best” laptop so much as they want the best laptop they can get for a certain amount of money.
In the last couple of years, a few of Asus’ midrange Zenbooks have done a nice job striking a balance between price and features.
The $700-ish Zenbook UX305 laptops in particular were easy to recommend, though the Zenbook Flip model that debuted at the same price had a few too many flaws for our liking.
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