Here Comes 2016 and With It the Best Laptops You Must Look Out For
2016 is literally days away and if you’re a tech person, then you’re probably on the hunt for a new laptop. Well, you’re going to be spoilt for choices because the laptop world has plenty to offer. Settling on one is going to be quite a challenging task. Lucky for you, since you can rent these laptops from a number of computer rentals stores as well. To make things a little easier for you, here is a list mentioning some of the best options available. So, take a look and decide which laptop suits your requirements the best.
Microsoft Surface Pro 3
From the house of Microsoft comes this crafty little device called the Surface Pro 3. It’s basically a laptop and tablet combo. The Surface Pro is an impressive piece of machinery. However, user feedback indicates that this is better as a laptop and not so great as a tablet. But, if you’re a stickler for multi-tasking ease, then the Surface Pro might just be the ideal choice. You won’t have to face the burden of shifting between multiple devices.
Acer Aspire V3-574G
The Aspire V3-574G from Acer is a budget laptop and it’s got quite a bit to offer despite the low price. You get an IPs screen, a solid CPU, and a precision based trackpad that makes navigating so much easier. To add to the awesomeness, you even get NVIDIA graphics that offer pretty smooth gameplay in 720p resolution. But the best part is the battery life; you can get up to 5 hours, making it a perfect laptop for those who need to move around a lot.
Dell XPS 13 9343
The Dell XPS 13 9343 might be higher side of the price spectrum, but it is probably one of the best Windows laptops money can buy. It’s compact and beats out the rivals in areas such as display and screen quality. However, there are heating issues and the touchscreen integration does complicate matters.
Microsoft Surface Pro 4
The Surface Pro 4 is another great “Surface” offering from Microsoft. To begin with, it’s slimmer and lighter than the Surface Pro 3. The scree is brilliant to say the least and power has definitely not been compromised. Most of all, the type cover is a vast improvement form the Surface Pro 3. However, ease of use is a little reduced due to the awkward design and the pricing can seem a bit too much.
Retina MacBook 13 Inch
The new Retina MacBook might look similar to its older counterparts, but it’s quite a bit more advanced. For starters, the storage speed is twice of what it used to be and to be honest, the old speeds weren’t exactly low either. Plus, you have the latest Force Trackpad that offers brilliant touch control and the co-processor provides excellent assistance in learning the user’s digital movements.
The Broadwell processor is probably the best new addition and it contributes greatly to improving the overall battery life. Graphics are probably not as good as one would expect. Nevertheless, the Retina MacBook sets the standards for other laptops.
HP EliteBook Folio 1040 G1
The HP EliteBook Folio 1040 G1 is an ultraportable and unlike most ultra portables, this particular model from HP is more than capable. In fact, some say it even outperforms the MacBook Air, which is the Holy Grail of ultra portables. It runs on the Windows OS and offers slid build quality combined with top notch components. However, it does cost a fortune.
Retina MacBook Pro
Some fans were disappointed by the latest Retina MacBook Pro because it did not offer the quad-core Broadwell processor. Nevertheless, that doesn’t change the fact that this is probably one of the best laptops that you can get your hands on. It has improved graphics and a much better battery life than its predecessors. Plus, it comes with the brilliant Force touch track pad. The flash storage has been improved, helping it retain its position as the king of productivity focused laptops.
Alienware has and always will be the gamer’s choice and the new Alienware 13 pretty much stands testimony to that fact. It can accommodate any Windows game on the planet, while packing all the power in compact body. Though the design might feel chunky, this is still a very easy to carry machine.
Aorus X7 V2
The Aorus X7 V2 is the biggest and the baddest of them all. It’s composed of an all metal body, which makes it a sturdy piece of equipment. However, weighing in at 3 kilograms, it is a fairly heavy laptop. But, none of that matters because, with a dual-GPU, it is the most powerful gaming system sold in the market right now. Be ready to spend a lot to own one of these. It’s practically a gamer’s fantasy come true.