Featuring a new styling that adapts to the competitive environment, Dell's XPS 13 is one of the best 13-inch all-round laptops, but the main problem for everyone involved stays the same. MacBook Pro's 2018 15-inch MacBook Pro provides the serious computer muscles longing for among powerful gamers and creativity professionals - but everyone else should hold off until the remainder of the series is out.
Samsung Chromebook Pro will turn many Chromebook sceptics into believers by providing great value, functionality and power for an affordable notebook. From a low price of $250, you can customise these relatively inexpensive laptops...until they're not so inexpensive anymore. Razer Blade's newly designed design raises the bar on slimmer laptops with better graphics and larger screens, but you also need a larger footprint.
It' s sturdy power and long lasting rechargeable batteries make it even more attractive. Although it doesn't necessarily distinguish itself in a busy environment, the Surface laptop has a great look and is a sturdy, travel-friendly clamp shell workstation. Lenovo's 13.3-inch yoga 730 doesn't much alter compared to last year, but what Lenovo has added definitely enhances the pack to make it one of the best thin and lightweight two-in-one yoga equipment you can buy.
Featuring a sleek touch of keypad customization and a better selection of components, this iconic favourite MacBook quickly starts to feel like your daily notebook. ThinkPad X1 Yoga is still the first option for a business-class double pack, but the all-day rechargeable capacity requires a return to its premier features.
The Dell G5 15 still stands at the top as one of the best entry-level game laptops you can buy, even though it's just a small upgrade from its forerunner. MacBook Air is alive to battle for another battle thanks to its popular pricing and long rechargeable batteries, but this classical notebook is definitely at dusk.