Of all the flooring that is offered in laminates, glueless is the most popular. Obviously without a mess, it is extremely convenient and easy to work with. These designs come in a variant of wood and ceramic styles. Instead of a printed sheet, some manufacturers even have a real hardwood veneer they can use. With this, it really gives the look of true hardwood flooring.
When getting the floors installed, laminates need a thin plastic layer to be installed under the floors, in order to seal out any moisture. Moisture with any flooring is harmful. Most laminates require a 4 mil poly to be used. This helps the laminates to float freely over the subflooring. The other method to be used is a vapor barrier or noise reducer. These can be put underneath the laminates as well. After the underlay, the flooring can be installed using either planks or tiles.
Another option is using laminates that have an attached under lay. These laminates have an attached underlayment that helps reduce noise.
If you are looking to really give your room that finished look, using laminate moldings can do the trick. Naturally your laminates will move and expand on top of the subfloor, and these moldings cover that space. It gives a seamless finished look to your new floors and can help transition into neighboring flooring.
The manufacturers who produce your flooring often produce a molding that matches well with your floors. Although they were designed to coordinate, often these are not a perfect match for everyone and their home style.