Have you wondered how much time you consumed in studying if you were from…let’s say like your grandmothers time? Meaning all books in the library and no technology! Gosh it gives me goose bumps just thinking about it. Good thing some of us were lucky enough to be born in a year where technology was being developed already and now that were n the 20th century, technology is a must. So now for the real deal… laptops or notebook or portable personal computer, whatever you want to call it.
Computers have helped us in so many ways but seriously it can be a disadvantage especially when you go outside but you want to use one. That’s where laptops come in. Like I said portable which means it can be carried.
Laptops like any computers also have different LCD sizes. If you want small then go for it, or you want to have a big screen then there is that too. Some also are very than others even if they are of same sizes. There is also a lot laptop brands out there like Lenovo, Acer, Toshiba etc. So now here are some lists on the best laptops according to what they are most known for:
Apple MacBook Air (13 inch)
This laptop is best known for having the longest battery life. It has a thickness ranging from 0.11-inch to 0.68-inch and speared over the larger footprint of the 13-inch chassis. It is about the same as other MacBooks but there is a minor upgrade to the stock CPU which gives a more improved performance. The industry’s best is still its multi touch track pad and this MacBook is a lot cheaper with its price ranging at $948 to $999, $100 less than the previous model. The disadvantage of this is that it is missing the newer features like touch screens and higher-resolution displays.
This one is known for being the best windows tablet. Yup it’s a tablet and laptop in one. It is a 12-inch display with high screen resolution but don’t worry because despite it 12 inches, it is a lot more light and thinner compared to the two previous versions of it. It also has a kickstand that can be adjusted to nearly any angle between 22 to 150 degrees which makes it easier to set up and use and also the keyboard is A-ok. It also comes with a digital pen. Though the touchpad was improved, it just doesn’t measure up yet and the keyboard cover is not included in its base price of $699 to $ 747.89 and the chassis lacks pen storage.
This one is the best Chromebook so if you want the all-around solid Chrome OS experience then you better get this one. The first Chromebook was a 13.3-inch screen so it was bulky but then while this Chromebook 2 also retained its 13.3-inch, Toshiba shaved off as much as possible and the ending result is that there is more screen to work with and the keyboard is a lot more spacious to type on though it stll takes up too much room in your bag. It has an excellent 1080p screen and it also has a set of nice features like a full-size SDXC card slot, great-sounding speakers and fast 802.11ac wireless. Its price ranges from $329 to $389.
While Lenovo is best known for its business-friendly ThinkPads and transforming Yoga hybrids, it actually is also known for its best-kept secret as a great PC gaming. It has great features which include mainstream graphic cards, touch screen and a full 4K resolution. While this 4K display is more fantastic than the dull 1080p predecessor, the problem is that not many games can be cranked up to that high resolution so really, it limits on the games you want to play but other than that it’s great. The price for this one is $1148.