Finding a right laptop could be a hard choice and chances are you might lose your mind, we are not even kidding here! Laptop for gamers, movie makers, programmers, there are so many options which tends to confuse you more when its time to choose the right laptop.
Well, to save your time and stop you from going insane, we have rounded up 10 "Best Laptops," while keeping in mind a broader range of buyers.
The laptops listed below are for general consumers who prefer a little bit of gaming, programming or even video editing and everything in-between! So, to test these laptops, we put every laptop listed below through a set of benchmark tests to gauge processor (CPU), graphics card (GPU), and SSD performance.
10. Dell Inspiron Chromebook 14 7000 2-in-1
Dell Inspiron Chromebook 14 700 2-in-1 offers excellent performance, and most importantly, it can be both a tablet and a Notebook. This Notebook's all-metal body gives Dell Inspiron Chromebook 14 a degree of style and luster.
Great build quality
Runs on Chrome OS
App support is still limited
Speakers are not optimally positioned.
Nice, eye-catching design
9. LG Gram (14Z980)
This Ultrabook is the best there right now, the LG Gram 14Z980 is slender build, lightweight frame, and weighs a fraction less than a Kg. 14Z980 has three USB 3.0 ports, a microSD card reader, and an HDMI port.
The LG Gram 14Z980’s display is also impressive, offering decent maximum brightness, and respectable color space reproduction. Netflix and YouTube look fantastic.
An ultra-portable machine weighing just 1kg
256GB storage isn’t enough
Fast processing power
Some might expect a dedicated GPU at this price
Superb battery life
8. HP 15-BS179TX 2018
HP laptops are kind of dark horses when they come to the performance, you will never see any big advertisement boasting about their features, but these laptops promise you to give you smooth buttery performance.
This laptop comes with i5 Intel 8 gen processor, 8 GB RAM, and 2GB dedicated graphics card memory.
Good battery life with accelerated charging
Clock speed is 1.6 GHz
Light in weight
Doesn't come with Windows 10 OS
Adequate connectivity ports
Good sound system
7. Lenovo IdeaPad 720S
The Lenovo IdeaPad 720S was launched in 2018; however, it still beats many laptops in its area. This excellent laptop comes with i7 Intel 8th gen processor with 8GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD and an Nvidia GT 940MX dedicated graphics.
This won't be your ideal gaming machine as Nvidia 940MX can't run latest games at the highest setting, but it will handle older titles easily.
Pros: Slim, stylish, all-metal exterior Great screen Excellent overall performance Good connectivity. Cons: Nvidia graphics not necessary for all 14-inch form factor adds weight.
6. Lenovo ThinkPad E590
Lenovo ThinkPad E590 falls under a very renowned series of laptops which already have great fame for its usability. The laptop comes with the latest Whiskey Lake Intel Core i5 processor paired with 8GB of RAM. The device also houses an Intel UHD 620 graphics and comes with a 15.6 inch full HD anti-glare display.
Only microSD card-reader
Rather bad battery life
An excellent mouse input device
Poor color-gamut coverage
very cool & quiet
Backlight-bleeding extremely slow
expandability (2x RAM, HDD + SSD)
PCIe NVMe SSD only one-year warranty
better CPU performance than predecessor
USB port on the right only supports USB 2.0
5. Apple MacBook Air (2018 edition)
The MacBook got its much-awaited upgrades last year, which brought 2560X1600 Retina Display Screen. This laptop boasts extreme levels of color accuracy, the Touch ID, and T2 security chips to make your files more secure.
The stereo speakers are fantastic and offer quality that's among the best, and the battery life is super, which easily gives 9-10 hours of power.
Pros: A classic design, refreshed for 2018 Lightweight, premium-feel body Retina Display screen Pro features for a lower price. Cons: Two USB-C ports.
4. Dell XPS 13 (2019)
The Dell XPS 13 with its new 2019 refresh, features an improved Whisky Lake Processor and moved the webcam back to its right place - "above the screen."
The laptop is available in i5 and i7 Intel 8th gen processor and comes with 16GB of RAM. The XPS is one of the fastest laptops available in 2019.
Top-notch quality and design.
No full-sized SD card reader or USB ports
Improved performance and battery life
Webcam moved back to top.
Screen lacks true color.
3. Asus ZenBook 15 (UX533F)
The Asus ZenBook 15‘s is a lightweight laptop with exceptional battery life and excellent performance. This laptop comes with i7 Intel 8th gen processor, an Nvidia GTX 1060, and up to 16GB of RAM, which means you can get some video editing and gaming done on the side.
Fantastic battery life
Low Adobe RGB and DCI-P3 coverage on anti-glare version
ErgoLift shape makes for easier typing
Dedicated graphics card
2. HP Envy 13
HP Envy 13 is an excellent laptop suited for all; the laptop is reasonably priced featuring near-perfect display, and one of the most comfortable keyboards.
The laptop comes with i5 Intel 8th Gen Processor, 8GB of RAM, an Nvidia GeForce MX250 graphics processor and 256 GB SSD drive.
High-quality touchscreen display
Average battery life (6 hrs)
No Thunderbolt 3
1. Apple MacBook Pro 13 (2018)
Apple MacBook Pro range was recently refreshed in 2018, and it could get any better than this. This 13-inch MacBook Pro features i7 Intel 8th gen processor, 16GB of RAM, and 2TB SSD 2560 x 1600 Retina display is incredibly impressive in terms of detail (227 PPI), color temperature (6514K) and color gamut, covering 100% of the sRGB gamut, 84% of Adobe RGB and 98.9% of DCI P3. Overall performance is excellent, something that’s reflected in the high Geekbench scores of 5378 (single-core) and 18885 (multi-core).
Outstanding design and build
Cramped and uncomfortable keyboard Touchpad depresses awkwardly
High res display with excellent color, contrast, and brightness
Your port options are Thunderbolt, buy an adapter, or go home