In this article we are going to show off the best tech advances in PCs, from the latest CPUs to the latest GPUs and of course Windows 10.
If you still don’t know what laptop you want to buy don’t worry we are going to help you pick the best of the best for your budget and usage too. So in this article we are going to highlight the best portable PCs on several categories.
Note that this is just the author selection based on several reviews and sources, but there are other good laptops that we can’t all list in this article.
-Best Ultrabook: Dell XPS 13
The XPS 13 is without doubt is the best compacted Ultrabook out there for this year, this laptop has a super thin bezels and a 13 inch of vibrant and sharp display. Under the hood Intel’s 5th generation processor Broadwell, but now Dell is packing the new laptops with Intel Skylake processors and it has also a PCIe SSD which make it fast and very powerful. It is the best Ultrabook you can get for the money.
-Best 2-in-1 Laptop: HP Spectre x360
With the aluminum body all around, you can flip the screen so you can use it as a tablet or tent mode when you need it. Performance is perfect even that some people has been issuing some problem in controlling the thermals by throttling the CPU speed but you still get performance you paid for, also it has great sound and awesome battery life.
-Best Budget Ultrabook: ASUS UX305
The UX305 is really the best budget Ultrabook in the market now. For less than $700 you get 8GB of DDR3, 256GB of SSD, without forgetting the gorgeous 13inch QHD display and the super thin body. Everything is running under an Intel Core M 5Y10 ( dual core, 3MB cache, 800MHz stock clock and up to 2GHz with turbo boost) . The UX305 is a hell of deal for an Ultrabook with these specs.
-Best Luxury Laptop: Microsoft Surface Book
There’s no way to describe to describe Microsoft’s Surface book as anything but a luxury item. The configuration you want isn’t even available until you slam $1,900 onto Satya Nadella’s desk. A beautiful and high resolution 13.5 inch screen, a GeForce option, with a Skylake dual core and exceptional battery life. You can remove the screen to use it as a tablet and the keyboard with an included pen. Performance in general is near the top. Those who can afford it are going to get what they want
-Best Gaming Laptop: Razer Blade
The Razer Blade has been one of the best slim gaming laptops for a while, thanks to its successful combination of power and portability. This $2,399 machine has a 14 inch 3200 x 1800 display, an Intel Core i7-4720HQ running at 2.6GHz with Nvidia GeForce GTX 970M GPU, 16 GB of RAM and 256GB SSD drive. A slim stunner making it a lightweight gaming powerhouse.