The best laptops are the ones that help you stay on top of all your different projects and gadgets. Once you’ve equipped yourself with the right machine, you’ll have the speed to power you through all your tasks and battery life to get you through a day’s work without worrying about the nearest power outlet. Finding the best laptop for you can be difficult because you didn’t have more options before. There are highly rated laptops for basic web browsing, mainstream machines with premium components and attractive designs, and gaming laptops that will allow you to play the most important computer games the way they were meant to be played.

1. Lenovo ThinkPad X260

Why Buy This:

Absolutely love this laptop (I’ve had another similar model for years). It’s lightweight, powerful battery life, and great performance. It is used for business and easily runs everything from standard software to more processor intensive elements such as CAD. Ergodyamics is well done for comfortable use for hours. The screen is crystal clear and the webcam/speakers/mic works very well for video conferencing. SSD drive speed and increased memory make it extremely responsive. I definitely highly recommend this laptop and will buy another one in a moment.

2. DELL Laptop E5470

Why Buy This:

Everything I like about this laptop and I am very satisfied, with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of ROM, my gaming experience is more enjoyable than it used to be, and I still feel good about it Although… lol. Email, facebook, tube…everything needed to upload or play a video will be played and uploaded almost instantly. I don’t feel embarrassed when making a presentation because of the small spool wheel in the mat. I had 4GB of RAM and a 64GB ROM and it works great and never had a problem, it was just old so I replaced it and I hope to do it sooner. I need a lot of storage but I’m solving this problem with an external book [hard drive]. I keep it in my house and as long as it has an internet connection I can access it from anywhere. I highly recommend it

When buying…… a smartphone, tablets, laptop or desktop, I always look for the quality of RAM, ROM, processor and video/screen. For those who are not familiar or electronically savvy, the higher the number, the better experience you will get. A lot of people may or may not agree with me. But for those who do not know anything about electronics, this will help you a lot. Don’t look for price or brand unless you care more about brand names than performance. Always try to look for 6GB RAM or better which will give you an idea. Hope this helps you a little more.

3. Dell Latitude E6540

Why Buy This:

I wanted to have a spare computer on my desktop. I was very worried about getting an old laptop but it was in perfect condition. I upgraded to Windows 10 Pro using a USB I purchased and it went very smoothly. I’ve found that the more I use the faster I respond. The only downside is the lack of instructions or use of the information you just checked online. If it continues like this, I will be very grateful.

4.Dell Inspiron 15

Why Buy This:

I got this computer to replace an older HP device that was slow and lacked Bluetooth. It works better than I would have liked! The keyboard is excellent. A responsive keyboard is very important to me, and it doesn’t disappoint. Effortlessly connected to Wi-Fi, Bluetooth is a breeze. I find quite a few differences between WIN 10 on my old laptop to WIN 11 here. I highly recommend it! My main use is entertainment – email, some minimal graphic and video creation, and web browsing. This little gem keeps up with multitasking with ease.

5. ThinkPad T440s

Why Buy This:

The notebook itself is working like a dream but when I was messing around with the settings to change my wallpaper it told me I had an illegal copy of windows 10 pro and that buying a new key would cost more than I paid for the device.

6. HP EliteBook Folio 9470m


Why Buy This:

This laptop rocks! The i7 is very fast, mix it with 8g of RAM or more, plus an SSD and this thing is moving. I like the fact that it doesn’t have a DVD drive to waste space, increase weight and reduce battery life. With a basic hardware profile, with the screen being reasonably bright, I can get 3 or more hours of battery life. If I’m in trouble, I can lower the brightness to the lowest setting to get about 5 hours, depending on how heavy the CPU load I go with.

It’s the perfect size and weight to use as a carry-on bag for trips to do some work or even watch a movie, because its extended battery life and speed make it easy. For personal or business use, this is a great laptop. Why 4 stars? Amplifiers. I get the desires for lightweight and power savings, but when you turn the speaker volume up to the max, it’s still pretty quiet for that level. I expect it to be double what it is currently. If this is fixed, this will be 5 stars. Other perks though, make up for it, plus if you’re using headphones, you’re good to go.

7. Lenovo IdeaPad 3

Why Buy This:

If you are wondering if this laptop will at least run your favorite games on medium or low settings, yes. Don’t let the low price fool you, AMD has upped the game laptop with this processor. I’m running Fortnite at a steady 120fps on 1080p high settings. And that’s just stick with 8 GB of RAM. If you add another 8GB stick, which costs $50 or so, you will increase the performance a lot because this AMD processor relies on occupying both RAM slots to work better. I only use an 8GB stick and it works fine, so if you spend the extra $50 you’ll have a really good casual gaming laptop for the same price as the PS4 now. We’ve come a long way before when all the PCs you could even think of to play any kind of game cost at least $700, and that’s for the desktop.

8. Lenovo ThinkPad X1

Why Buy This:

Configuration Details: Lenovo 20XW003GUS
Processor: 11th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-1165G7 Processor (2.80 GHz, up to 4.70 GHz with Turbo Boost, 4 Cores, 8 Threads, 12 MB Cache)
Operating System: Windows 10 Pro 64
Display Type: 14″ FHD+* (1920 x 1200) IPS, anti-glare, low-power, 400 nits
Screen to body ratio = 86%; aspect ratio = 16:10
Memory: 16 GB LPDDR4x 4266MHz
Hard Drive: 1000 GB PCIe SSD
Battery Up to 16.7 hours* 57Whr (MM18), 65W AC Adapter Rapid Charge
Graphics: Integrated Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics
Camera: IR & 720p HD with HP
Fingerprint Reader: Smart Power On fingerprint reader integrated with power button (match-on-chip)

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