Dell offers lots of laptops designed for business use, so it should be the first stop for anyone looking for good processing power and lightweight design. Dell's Latitude 2-in-1s are designed to give businesses a "PC first, tablet second" mobile device.
The Latitude 7000 comes with a 12-inch screen, 128GB SSD, an Intel Core i5-7Y54, 8GB memory, a detachable keyboard and wireless charging, a world-first for a laptop. A 13-inch version is expected to be available in August. It's thin, light, and versatile, but you'll need to pay extra for the charging mat and WiGig wireless dock on top of the normal starting price of £1,338.
The Latitude 5000 also has a 12-inch screen and 128GB SSD, but an Intel Core i3-7100U processor, 16GB memory, and a 360-degree hinge to transition between laptop, tablet, stand and tent modes. The device has the world's longest battery life in a convertible.
We also like the Dell XPS 15 which provides a sharp 1080p screen which is two inches bigger than its sibling the XPS 13 but remains remarkably compact compared to competitors of the same listed dimensions. The XPS 15 offers 8GB of RAM and a 32GB SSD and comes with a one-year on-site warranty, lots of ports but sadly the battery is six hours, less than some of the other laptops on our list.