As much as we can recall from recent memory, discussions about “the best laptop” started and ended with the screen size and feature set of whatever MacBook you had in your bag. Despite the fact we all love to hate on the brand defined by a logo of a piece of fruit with a bite taken out of it, they produced the most stable, best in class hardware–even if you weren’t interested in their native operating system. But now, things might have shifted back to the world of Microsoft Windows-native hardware with the most recent line of Vaio Z Laptops. As many of you know, Vaio is Sony’s premier line, and they’ve done their due diligence with these Vaio Z Laptops that pack the world’s first three-dimensional molded carbon fiber body design that make them even more sturdy and lightweight than all the other aluminum options out there. What’s more, since they’re packing options like a 14″ 4K screen, 11th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, unique hinged design, facial and fingerprint recognition, and SSD storage, these are the sleekest, most stylish and most capable laptops on the market today.