1) Microsoft Surface Book.
Display: 13.5″PixelSense display 3000 x 2000 (267 PPI) (3:2) 10 point multi-touch.
Processor: 6th Gen Intel Core i5 or i7
RAM: 8GB or 16GB RAM.
Storage: Solid state drive (SSD) options: 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB.
Graphics: i5/i7: Intel HD graphics / i5/i7: NVIDIA GeForce graphics.
Battery Life: Up to 10 hours of video playback.
The new Surface Book is but a minor upgrade over the original, but that’s still enough to help it hold its rank as one of the best laptops available. Yes, there are some purpose-built notebooks that are still better at certain things: gaming PCs that are better at gaming, and ultraportables that are better at … being portable.
But taken as a whole, the Surface Book continues to offer a remarkable all-around experience, ticking off not all, but many, boxes for many shoppers. That includes fast performance, premium design, long battery life, a great screen, a comfortable keyboard, a relatively decent selection of ports and even a smooth trackpad. Yes, you will pay for the privilege of using it, but there also isn’t anything else quite like it.
2) Microsoft Surface Pro 4.
Display: 12.3” PixelSense Display 2736 x 1824 (267 PPI) (3:2) 10 point multi-touch.
Processor: 6th Gen Intel Core m3, i5, or i7.
RAM: 4GB, 8GB, or 16GB RAM.
Storage: Solid state drive (SSD) options: 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB
Graphics: m3: Intel HD graphics 515 / i5: Intel HD graphics 520 / i7: Intel Iris graphics.
Battery Life: Up to 7.5 hours of video playback.
We want to give the Surface Pro 4 a higher score. The PixelSense display is superb bit of engineering, and the new 6th Gen Intel chip delivers the kind of swift performance We’ll looking forward, but the 6-hour battery life holds the SP4 back from glory. For stylus aficionados, the increased pressure sensitivity and optional pen tip give more depth to your drawings, but probably won’t do much to improve the chicken-scratch notes everyone else is making. Instead of the leap we saw on the Surface Pro 3, the SP4 is an iterative step forward with a sizeable step back on battery life.
3) Hp Spectre X360.
Display: 12.3 ” LED backlight 33.8 cm FULL HD 1080P, 270 nits.
Processor: Intel Core i7 (5th Gen) 5500U / 2.4 GHz.
RAM: 8 GB (provided memory is soldered) 1600MHz LPDDR3 SDRAM.
Storage: 256GB Of SSD Provided.
Graphics: Intel HD 5500 Graphics.
Battery Life: Upto 8 Hrs Of Video Playback.
With long battery life, good performance and an attractive design, the HP Spectre x360 is one of the best convertible notebooks you can buy. While not as light, or convenient, in tablet mode as the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro, the x360 is less expensive, has a more powerful processor and lasts longer on a charge. If you’re not interested in a convertible, the nontouch version of the Dell XPS 13 offers similar performance and much longer battery life in a smaller package. But if you want something that can adapt with your needs, the Spectre x360 is a very good choice.
4) Lenovo Yoga 710.
Display: 14″ Full HD (1920 x 1080) IPS Touch, 300 nits.
Processor: Up to 6th Generation Intel Core i7 Processor. (6700HQ).
RAM: Up to 8 GB DDR4 RAM.
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX940 MX(Optional).
Storage: Up to 256 GB SSD.
Battery: 52 WHr; 8 Hours Local 1080p Video Playback at 150 nits.
The Lenovo Yoga 710 is a small, attractive 2-in-1 with a great display for far less money than some of its competitors. Frankly, We surprised how much you can get for just $800.
5) Dell XPS 13 2-IN-1.
Display: 13.3” FHD (1920 x 1080) InfinityEdge touch display
Processor: 7th Generation Intel Core i7-7Y75 Processor (4M cache, up to 3.6 GHz)
RAM: 16GB LPDDR3 1866MHz
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 5500.
Storage: 256GB Or 512GB PCIe Solid State Drive.
Battery: Upto 7.5 HrsOf Video Playback [4-Cell (46Whr)].
Yes, we’ve seen convertible laptops like this, but none with Dell’s XPS styling. And, based on my conversations with potential PC buyers, that alone could be enough to tempt them away from rival machines. While Dell made some concessions with the XPS 13 2-in-1, I’m ultimately impressed that it managed to deliver a premium convertible laptop that mostly lives up to its beloved predecessor.
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