Best Laptops To Buy In 2019
Dhir Acharya - Oct 20, 2019
Here’s the list of the highest-rated laptops of this year. This list includes all the top choices for a traditional clamshell, 2-in-1, and travel device.
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Here’s the list of the highest-rated laptops of this year. Some have made to the list for their great performance and great battery life while others are here for features and styles, and some for the best all-around offerings. That makes this list include all the top choices for a traditional clamshell, 2-in-1, and travel device.
Dell XPS 13: Best Windows ultraportable
This laptop has already been favored for its battery life and great performance as a 13.3-inch device. However, in 2019, its maker has also fixed one major problem by relocating the webcam to above the screen.
Lenovo Yoga C930: Best two-in-one
This laptop gets likes for a number of factors: battery life, design, and performance. If you have to find a downside, it would be better if Lenovo could add another USB port.
At IFA 2019, the company announced a replacement for this laptop, dubbed C940, which packs Intel’s latest chip. The updated device meets the Project Athena standard, meaning some of its performance aspects are phone-like.
The launch of the C940 also means that the C930 should undergo a price reduction.
Microsoft Surface Pro 6: Best 2-in-1 detachable
If you want a tablet that can do everything and double as a laptop, this is the right one. Microsoft has recently announced the Pro 7 but will keep the Pro 6 on sale for a lower price tag, coming with its pen and keyboard.
Apple MacBook Pro: Best balance of battery life and speed
There’s no surprise that the MacBook always makes it to top lists. And this is undoubtedly thanks to a great combination of hardware and macOS’ maximum performance while maintaining class-leading battery life.
But anything comes at its price, the MacBook Pro costs almost twice as much as other candidates in this list.
Razer Blade 15 Advanced: Best Macbook Pro alternative
This laptop can serve you in any situation, no matter if you’re a gamer or a creative worker. This laptop has quite the same price as the MacBook Pro, but it can go even higher if you upgrade to 4K OLED display and get a GeForce RTX 2070.
Apple MacBook Air: Best MacBook device
This laptop is decent for basic everyday use. Earlier this year, Apple has updated the Air with new chips, its True Tone display, and a cutdown in price. While the laptop is much cheaper than the other Apple offerings on this list, it’s still more expensive than many Windows competitors.
Acer Predator Triton 500: Best gaming laptop
This is a gaming powerhouse packed in a light, thin body. Its keyboard is not the best out there, it can heat up and get loud during gameplay, and its battery life is quite short like any other gaming laptop. However, it offers maximum graphics as well as CPU performance for a reasonably portable device.
Asus Chromebook Flip C434: Best Chromebook
With a starting price of $500, this laptop features a brushed-aluminum design, its full HD screen measures 14 inches while its storage and RAM are twice as large as its predecessor besides more powerful options for Intel chips.
Moreover, it’s a 2-in-1 convertible laptop if you’re looking for a device that can double as a laptop.
Acer Aspire E 15: Best budget laptop
This device is a great deal for basic tasks such as word processing, emails, etc. However, it’s closer to the desktop replacement rather than ultraportable, which means you can carry it around your home, but not on your trips.
Dell G5 15: Best budget gaming laptop
This device has made its way to the list due to its excellent performance, design, and build quality for its price. The G-series include gaming laptops at lower prices than the ones of the Alienware division while maintaining the capability of handling AAA games.