Asus UX30 is a solid laptop that you can get with a variety of specs – up to a Core2Duo processor , 4GB of RAM, and 500GB hard drive. It’s all neatly wrapped up in a super-thin brushed metal case with a full-size keyboard, large trackpad, and edge-to-edge glass. And you can get one for as low as $849. On luxurious side is Sony VAIO Z, Sony’s high-end ultraportable, and it boasts a spec sheet that crushes most laptops twice its size. You can get one configured with up to a Core i7 processor, dual – yes, dual – 256GB SSDs, Blu-Ray, and 8GB RAM. Pricing starts at $1899. Want a compact 13” display? We’ve got plenty, like Toshiba t-135, the two machines mentioned above, and Lenovo x301. Shopping for price? How about an Acer Aspire Timeline 5810tz for $500? Need something totally off the wall, like a machine that weighs about a pound (Sony VAIO X) or one that does conductive charging and wireless docking (Dell Latitude Z)?