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Toshiba Satellite U925t

Like many of the devices on this list, the Satellite U925t is hard to define. Similar to the Sony Duo 11, I would consider this a slider-hybrid. The 12.5-inch HD touchscreen slides back and reveals a spacious back-lit keyboard, transforming it from tablet to ultrabook. It comes packed with an Intel Core i5, 128GB SSD, SD reader, HDMI, USB 3.0 and a full version of Windows 8. All this at just over 3 pounds and under an inch thick.

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