Best laptops

Best laptops


Six years ago, with the advent of the iPad analysts were expecting laptops to be ousted by tablets at this point. For Pc makers, fortunately, that never happened. In fact, with the recent debut of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update alongside Intel’s new Kaby Lake processors and Nvidia graphics cards and new AMD, the Best laptops on the market continue to thrive.

Between thin and light stylish budget notebooks such as the HP Chromebook 13 and thick, robust powerhouse computers like the MSI GT62VR Dominator Pro laptops are on their way up rather than out. Even Apple’s MacBoook sees persistent success year after year despite all the changes MacOS has undergone since 1984.

However, finding a laptop that suits your needs doesn’t come easy considering all there is to choose from. Those seeking the fanless and fast will be enticed by Ultrabooks. Though heavy-duty performance hogs may necessitate for discrete GPUs and i7 processors. If you fancy flexibility meanwhile, perhaps a convertible 2-in-1 laptop in the cards.

We’ve gathered the Best laptops narrowed and around them down to a list of 5 below for whatever the case may be.

1. Dell XPS 13


The Dell XPS 13 is one of the top overall laptops as it offers a 13-inch screen in a more compact package than its competitors. As well as with a winning combo of comfort, performance, battery life, and design. Everyone has been trying to catch this ultraportable in its introduction. But no one has been able to knock off the champ. Dell has now raised the bar even higher with an update to it’s XPS 13. That is starting at $799, $1,099 as tested. That adds the latest 7th generation Intel Core CPUs like Kaby Lake. Even more, it contains stronger Wi-Fi performance and battery life.


  •  3.1-GHz Intel Core i5-7200U processor.
  •  Windows 10 Home Operating System.
  • 8GB RAM.
  • 256GB of SSD Hard Drive.

Pros :

  • It consists of Superb battery life.

  • Good 7th-generation Core performance.

  • This has Excellent Wi-Fi range.

  • It contains more ports than on competing laptops.

  • It is a carbon-fiber deck, soft-touch, and Comfortable.

  • Attractive rose-gold color option.

Cons :

  • This has Awkward webcam placement.

  • It is not as light and thin as some competitors.

Verdict :

The Dell XPS 13 improves upon our top-rated laptop by offering even faster performance, longer battery life, stronger Wi-Fi in an equally compact design.

2. Asus ZenBook UX305



Asus Zenbook UX305 is one of the lightest and thinnest ultrabook with premium build quality. It consists of powerful internals with decent connectivity options. This sports all aluminum metal case, weighs 1.2 Kg and measures 22.6 x 32.4 x 1.2 cm. The connectivity features of this ultrabook are 2 USB 3.0 port, 1 USB 2.0 port, 1 micro HDMI port, a full sized sd card reader and a headphone jack.

Specifications :

The application load time, the booting time, multi-tasking and browsing experience are good. Though it is not a gaming laptop, the games such as Asphalt 8 can be playable without any problems. The video watching experience and sound output are good. Keyboard and touchpad are the pleasure to use. It sports 13.3 inch IPS full HD display screen with a matte finish. The viewing color, reproduction, brightness and angle are good.

  • 13.3 inch IPS full HD display screen.
  • 45Wh battery.
  • 256GB of SSD Hard Drive.
  • Intel Core i5 5200U processor with 8GB of RAM and Intel HD Graphics 5500 GPU.
  • 2 USB 3.0 port, 1 USB 2.0 port, 1 micro HDMI port, a headphone jack and a full sized sd card reader.

Pros :

  • Quite, fanless design.
  • This is light weight, thin and full aluminum body.
  • 10 plus hours of battery life.
  • Bright matte displays screen with good viewing angles.
  • Good day to day performance such as watching videos, browsing etc.
  • Good audio output.

Cons :

  • No touch screen option.
  • No backlight keyboard.


Asus Zenbook UX 305 is powerful yet very compact. It is a very good value for money device. The long battery life coupled with premium build quality makes it a worthy contender for Macbook. However, it is thinner and lighter than MacBook air.

3. Toshiba Chromebook 2


The Chromebook 2 is the follow-up to the original Toshiba Chromebook. When it launched early last year, we really liked it. It’s a 13-inch laptop that comes in two various versions. One with a full HD screen (1,920 x 1,080) and one with an HD screen (1,366 x 768). That are available for £249 and £199 respectively.

Specifications :

  • Intel Celeron processor
  • 1,920 x 1,080 IPS display
  • 13.3-inch screen
  • 4GB RAM
  • 16GB built-in storage
  • 1.35kg
  • Manufacturer: Toshiba


  • Simple, attractive design
  • Good battery life
  • Excellent Full HD display
  • Outstanding value for money
  • High-quality keyboard and trackpad


  • Fragile lid

4. 13-inch MacBook Air


The new MacBook is lighter, more portable, has a gorgeous high-resolution display. It can go for almost as long as the Air on a single charge. Now that Apple has refreshed its 11 and 13-inch MacBook Air models with Intel’s fifth-generation Broadwell processors and Intel HD Graphics 6000 and Thunderbolt 2. They suddenly look much more appealing, even if it’s business as usual on the outside.

Specifications :

The MacBook Air 13-inch measures 12.8 inches wide and 8.94 inches long, and it weighs 2.96 pounds. This tapers in thickness from 0.68 inches at the back of the system to 0.11 inches at the front. Other 13.3-inch laptops such as the Acer Aspire S7-393-7451. The Asus Zenbook UX305FA-ASM1 and the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro $847.77 at Amazon are slightly lighter and thinner. On concord, you will still have no trouble toting the MacBook Air around with you. The 12-inch MacBook is currently Apple’s lightest and thinnest laptop at 0.52 by 11 by 7.75 inches (HWD) and 1.98 pounds.


  • Updated Intel Core i5 CPU.
  • Elegant design.
  • No bloatware.
  • More than 17 hours of battery life in testing.


  • Lacks Ethernet and HDMI ports.
  • Limited storage capacity.
  • Relatively low-resolution display.
  • Only upgradeable at time of order.


  • The latest upgrade of the 13-inch Apple MacBook Air brings a more powerful Core i5 processor.
  • As well as an astounding 17.5 hours of battery life.
  • It remains our top choice for ultraportable laptops.

5. Samsung Notebook 9


One computer design trend I have been enjoying lately is the growing number of laptops that fit big 15-inch screens into relatively light, thin bodies. A 13-inch laptop such as the Dell XPS 13 or MacBook Air for many years. It was as big as you dared go in screen size for a system intended for regular travel. Any bigger than that, and the laptop would inevitably be a 5-pound-plus monster that would weigh down your shoulder bag. We have all seen on the go office warriors dragging themselves, slump-shouldered, across the street. As we all know that, no one wants to be that guy.

Specifications :

If you need a 15-inch laptop that will go anywhere in a briefcase or backpack without adding heft. You will want to consider the Samsung Notebook 9 15-inch. Samsung has slipped powerful components such as a Core i7 CPU, a 256GB solid-state drive, and a vibrant 1080p display into a $1,200 laptop that weighs just 2.77 pounds. Moreover, we wish the super svelte Notebook 9 offered a comfier keyboard.
Pros :

  • Bright display with wide viewing angles
  • Great touchpad
  • Extremely light
  • Strong performance

Cons :

  • Screen colors can be too warm
  • Shallow keyboard

Verdict :

The Samsung Notebook 9 15-inch combines a big display with extreme portability and strong Core i7 performance.

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