Buying a laptop is a huge decision. You can use it for years before purchasing a new one. Here is a list with best laptops you can buy.
1) New Apple MacBook Pro
The new entry-level machine features Intel processors of the 8th generation, a Touch Bar, Touch ID, and a T2 Security Chip, as do the more costly MacBook Pro models of 13 and 15 inches.
With the new update, the entire MacBook Pro lineup of Apple has similar specs and features as well as a base model starting point of $1,299.
The 15-inch MacBook Pro offers up to 32 GB of RAM, while the 13-inch model is up to 16 GB. With a larger Force Touch Trackpad, an OLED Touch Bar with Touch ID remains to be included.
Pricing on the 13-inch MacBook Pro starts at $1,299 for a 1.4GHz Core i5 CPU, 8 GB Memory, and 128 GB Storage, while the middle 13-inch MacBook Pro model features a 2.4GHz Core i5 CPU, 8 GB Memory, and $1,799 256 GB Storage. Pricing starts at $2,399 for a 2.6GHz Core i7 processor, Radeon Pro 555X, 16 GB RAM, and a 256 GB SSD on the 15-inch MacBook Pro. For an extra cost, custom configuration choices are accessible.
2) Microsoft Surface Laptop 2
This model of Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 includes a basic Intel i7-3960X processor, RAM 8 GB and a solid state drive of 256 GB. This laptop will manage all the needs of your browsing and office software in an incredibly slim package.
The Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 is a strong intermediate-range laptop that combines good quality with a solid monitor and strong battery. It performs excellently, does all you expect a laptop to do without weird compromises.
On the left hand side of the laptop, the Surface Laptop 2 involves three distinct ports, a USB-A port, a mini-display port, and the headphone jack. There is a magnetic surface connector port on the correct side of the device. The Surface Laptop 2 has been criticized for not including a port for USB-C and Thunderbolt 3.
This may be the default laptop option for Windows clients and even those who are not happy with MacBook options.
3) Dell XPS 13
Its gets even better for one of the best laptops you can purchase! Dell presented an upgraded XPS 13 at IFA that holds the same look as CES ‘ previous release in 2019, but now packs more of a punch.
Another main upgrade comes in the new laptop: Intel WiFi 6 Chipset-based Killer AX1650 (22), which allows wireless connectivity three times quicker than the prior generation.
Dell XPS 9370 is a 1920×1080 pixel resolution Windows 10 laptop with a 13 inch display. It is powered by a processor Core i5 and comes with 8 GB RAM.
The New XPS 13 from Dell is slightly thicker, slightly heavier, and much quicker. This Core i5 is more quicker than many Core i7 laptops with greater quality cooling.
4) Huawei MateBook X Pro
In almost every way, the 2019 MateBook X Pro measures, weighs and appears the same as the 2018 model. The only differences are cosmetics, as the new Huawei flower logo and the Handel Gothic logo in favor of an austere, all-caps branding are ditched. ⠀
This potential user could be all about that aluminum body designed laptop, 3:2 display, and keyboard speakers that blast from the left and right of the keyboard… but they can’t use OS X.
The laptop comes in two configurations with a base model using an 8th-generation Intel CoreTM i5-8250U processor with 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB of SSD storage and Intel UHD Graphics 620, while the higher-end model packages an 8th-generation Intel CoreTM i7-8550U processor with 16 GB of RAM, 512 GB of SSD storage
The MateBook X Pro delivers decent performance with a seriously stunning display. It’s a great option for those who seek a well-rounded computing.
5) Samsung Notebook 9
Notebook 9 is another excellent laptop for Windows as it is fundamentally an extended version of the 13-inch model Up to 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, 16 GB DDR4 RAM, 1 TB PCIe SSD storage, and a dedicated NVIDIA MX150 GPU are available with this version.
The 75 Wh battery provides uptime of 10 hours before it needs to be supplemented with a power outlet, enabling you to get the job done away from the desk. To hook up all your favorite accessories and peripherals, there are countless ports.
The 15-inch Notebook 9 from Samsung isn’t flashy— it doesn’t have a detachable design or a 4K screen— but it gets all the important things right, making it one of the greatest laptops. Highlights include good battery life, fast performance, and a comfortable keyboard.
6) Acer Aspire E 15
This laptop has a built-in DVD drive, a feature I haven’t seen since 2014 with this price. That’s why Aspire E 15 is so much better than other computers.
The key elements of the Aspire provide relatively average efficiency in general computing functions (including web page rendering, company productivity apps, and digital media creation work), but testing to get the MX150 graphics card to work is where things get interesting.
Here you will discover that video benchmarks and gaming framerates are about 3 to 4 times better than integrated graphics systems, though GTX graphics card systems (like the MSI GF63 mentioned below) typically double what the Aspire MX150 can do. That’s nice enough to make it possible to play most contemporary games on the system, even at reduced video environments.
7) Lenovo Flex
The Flex 14 2019 is well-built and compact for a 2-in-1 in general. The overall design is understated and uninspired in the end. The Flex 14 does not stand out in any specific manner and is readily mixed into a classroom or company setting.
The left side is featuring an HDMI port, a Type-C port USB 3.1 (Gen 1), and a jack headset. The right side contains the energy button, a half-depth SD card reader, and two Type-A USB 3.1 (Gen 1) ports, one of which is always on and can be used to load mobile devices even when the Flex 14 is off. Although ports are sufficiently selected, the Flex 14 could benefit from side-mounted volume checks.
Lenovo’s Flex 5 is an affordable 2-in-1 that looks and feels great for the price with plenty of integrated ports. Is a great laptop that you can use for entertainment or productivity.