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How to buy the best laptop

Best touchscreen laptops

By Callum Tennent

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We round up our top-scoring touchscreen laptops, to help you find the best laptop that offers versatile touchscreen functionality.

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The best touchscreen laptop for you

Touchscreen laptops, once nothing more than a novelty, now form a major part of the laptop market. These laptops work not because they're based around their touchscreen, but because their touchscreen functionality complements the conventional set-up so nicely. This page features the three best touchscreen laptops we've tested. To clarify, they have been selected based on their overall score, not on the rating of the touchscreens themselves.

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86%

Unlike the other two models in this table, you can entirely remove the screen of this Best Buy convertible and use it like a tablet. It's no one-trick pony though – the specs are superb, too.

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85%

This convertible laptop has both style and substance in spades. In fact, it's very difficult to pick any flaws in it at all – it scored well in our tests across the board.

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84%

When used in tablet mode, this convertible's touchscreen really shows what it can do. The 3200x1800 resolution display is superb and the 2.5Ghz processor is fast enough to cope easily with most tasks.

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