Hands-on with some of our favorite computers, from Chromebooks to tabletop PCs
Among the 2014 highlights, we saw a much-improved version of the Lenovo Horizon, an ambitious 27-inch tabletop PC -- which basically means it's a giant tablet with a built-in kickstand. We also saw the popular Yoga line get a lower-priced model, the Yoga 2 (as opposed to the Yoga 2 Pro), that cuts some of the higher-end features you may not need, but keeps the excellent fold-back hybrid hinge.
Chromebooks that run Google's stripped-down Chrome OS have captured the attention of a price-conscious public. At CES 2014, we've seen the first 13.3-inch version from Toshiba, which doesn't offer much different from other Chromebooks, but hits that perfect productivity/portability size.
Another very interesting system (unfortunately not featured in our video above) is the Asus Transformer Book Duet TD300, a 13-inch hybrid that runs both Windows and Android, switching between them at the press of a button -- fast enough to be captured in a 6-second Vine video.