Whether you’re buying a gift for yourself or someone you care about, there’s a laptop for everyone, given their specifications and desires. This lot is definitely worth the mention, just don’t blame us for some of the price tags.
Apple MacBook (Pro)
You might go with the most basic model or kick it up a notch with higher specs. This shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone in the market looking for an impressive line of laptops. While Apple hasn’t made any leaps and bounds in its design or features, the MacBook Pro line-up still leads the pack. The brand’s extreme minimalistic approach and easy-to-use functionalities really makes the MacBook Pro a desirable purchase.
HP EliteBook Folio G1
Putting aside personal distaste to HP laptops, the G1 somewhat looks and feels like the 12-inch MacBook. However, this is no pretender; it’s made for professional Windows users, with plenty of style and comfort in using it. And if it really matters, it’s slightly more affordable than the MacBook counterpart. Slightly.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga
With so much fuss and focus over Apple and other leading Windows devices, we tend to forget the outsiders who continuously produce solid laptops. The 14-inch ThinkPad has a new OLED display, which is one of the first laptops anywhere to possess this stunning new addition. A little higher on the price tag spectrum, taking a look at the screen will tell you why it’s rated so highly.
Dell XPS 13
A Windows laptop brand that you can always rely on is Dell. The new XPS 13 looks sleek and sexy with its edge-to-edge display.
Acer Chromebook 14
Not everyone is a tech saavy laptop user. Some of us simply want the basics to get the job done. Here is a solid mainstream Chromebook that will find it ridiculously easy with the updated Chrome OS. And don’t forget how ridiculously affordable these things are, which start around $300 (roughly Tk24,000).
Samsung Notebook 7 Spin
We can excuse Samsung for the exploding devices for now, but at least their laptops haven’t made the same disastrous turn. The 7 Spin is a big-screen version of a 360-degree hybrid, which includes an HDR mode for its display. It also boosts the brightness and contrast for video, a lot like their high-end televisions.
Asus ZenBook 3
You’ll see more and more MacBook lookalikes in the market with upgraded specs to really consider. The outside has plenty of similarities of the Apple laptop, but the aluminium chassis boasts a low-voltage Core i7 CPU.
Acer Swift 7
We weren’t kidding about those clones, as this number has two USB-C ports come in an attractive gold and black design. Just a bit slimmer than the HP’s Spectre, it also has some very handy connection dongles in the box when you buy it. Maybe something to consider, Apple? Hey, we can dream can’t we?