The Best Laptops


Buying a new laptop is always good because you know you are going to get a better, faster performance. It can be quite difficult to decide which laptop fits your needs though.

Depending on what you use your laptop for you will find some options better than others but there are some great choices out there that will fit any budget.

If you are going to be using it on the move you might want to opt for something like a Chromebook or a smaller laptop with a screen size of 11 inches.

Gamers will benefit from having a good graphics card so that is something you should be looking out for when searching for a new computer.

As far as budget goes you should be looking at under £500 for cheaper laptops or chromebooks that you won’t be running too many programmes on, £500-£750 for a decent lap top that should be able to handle most requests. Anything over that and you will be looking at the higher end of the market where you can pick and choose the computers features.

Things like screen size, weight and battery life are all really about your preference. If you are going to be using it on the move much, or if you plan to stream TV and movies you should take all this into consideration before you start looking.

Lenovo Ideapad 320s

1.7kg, 14 inch screen, battery life of 7 hours.

For under £300 you will struggle to find a better value laptop than the Lenovo Ideapad 320s. You will get 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SD for storage. This is ideal for someone that will use the laptop for internet browsing or will be ideal for students.

Lenovo Yoga Book

0.689kg, 10 inch screen, 15 hour battery life

A tablet, laptop hybrid that doesn’t have a keyboard ( a virtual keyboard appears when its on) it is a stunning design.

The touch screen makes it great for digital art and other projects like this so if you are looking for something a little bit out of the ordinary then this could be perfect for you.

Dell XPS 13

1.29kg, 13.3 inch screen, 13 hour battery life

The 8th generation Intel processors give this laptop a real boost of power making it a great challenger for the MacBook Pro. If you need to run a few programmes on your laptop and are willing to spend a bit more then this will be ideal for you.

Buying a laptop is an expensive investment so making sure you have the right one is essential. Take you time to check out all the specifications and compare it with other models. It will be in your best interests to compare your prices too because you can save a lot of money by searching around before you commit.


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