There has been a lot of talk about tablets these days, but there's definitely still some innovative stuff going on in the laptop/netbook space. Laptops are now emerging with “instant on” operating systems, integrated 3G and external graphics, all with great looking style. We’ll take a look at a few of the best looking new laptops we’ve seen, after the jump.
Sony VAIO Z - Combine an ultra portable laptop with the power of a desktop and you have the Sony Vaio Z. It has the style and portability of a Macbook Air and has an external box that you plug it into using Light Peak (aka Thunderbolt). The box houses AMD external GPU, Blu-Ray, HDMI out, ethernet and a USB 3.0 port.
ASUS EEE PC X101 - This netbook from ASUS is just as thin as a Macbook Air and $600 cheaper. The "instant on" MeeGo version comes at the cheap pricetag of $200. Running on a single core 1.33 Atom processor, it’s the fastest netbook we've seen with an amazing price and expensive looks.
Samsung Series 5 3G Chromebook - If you’re looking to purchase a Chromebook you have a two choices from either Acer or Samsung. The Samsung has a more polished look and is available in either silver or white. With instant web and integrated free 3G, this Samsung Chromebook is a great option.
HP Envy 14-2050SE Beats Edition - The Beats Edition of this PC notebook is incredibly sleek looking with a black aluminum finish. It features Beats Audio for studio-quality sound and a full-sized red backlit keyboard. Photos and videos can be streamed to your HDTV using Intel Wireless Display and you can print wirelessly and sync the Envy with your smartphone and other devices using integrated bluetooth.