HP offers a tones of laptops in wide range with is stylish aswell as sleek looking.
HP’s Main Strengths
Top reviews score: With a 36 out of 40, HP turned in the highest score in the reviews category. And it also earned a class-leading 9 Editors’ Choice Awards.
Stellar designs: Just one look at a system like the leather HP Spectre Folio tells you that HP is leading instead of following, not to mention thoughtful touches like angled USB ports.
Great innovations: Integrating a helpful kill switch for the webcam on multiple laptops and its improved SureView screen for business laptops are two great examples.
Lenovo's our top-rated laptop brand for good reason. The company offers an extensive product lineup with some of the best notebooks you can get from any manufacturer. Lenovo makes laptops for just about every type of user, from children in school to gamers and business executives.
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The company made some strong innovations heading into 2019 (including the impossibly slim Acer Swift 7), and continues to offer one of the best overall selections around, with mainstream and gaming machines for every budget.
Acer’s Key Strengths
Excellent value and selection. Acer’s laptop lineup truly has something for everyone, from entry-level machines like the Acer Chromebook 15 and Acer Aspire E15, to speedy ultrabooks like the Acer Swift 7 and mammoth gaming machines such as the Predator Triton 500.
An eye towards innovation. Acer continues to push the envelope when it comes to laptop designs, delivering the thinnest laptop ever in the Acer Swift 7 and the multi-mode design of the Triton 900.
Good customer support (over the phone). Acer’s phone agents proved swift and reliable in our recent tech support testing, providing accurate answers in a timely manner.
Dell continues to be one of the most consistent and forward-thinking laptop brands out there, maintaining its third-place spot in our rankings for the third year in a row
Dell’s Key Strengths
Premium powerhouses. Dell’s high-end laptops remain the best in the business, with the XPS 13 and XPS 15 topping our round ups of the best laptops and best 15-inch laptops.
A laptop for every need. Dell’s value and selection is near-unparalleled, as the company offers everything from high-end mainstream and business notebooks like the XPS and Latitude series, to the surprisingly strong budget gaming laptops found in the G series.
Innovative, attractive designs. Dell fixed the one glaring problem with the XPS 13 by finally getting a webcam at the top of the machine’s impossibly slim bezel. And the latest Latitude 7400 2-in-1 redefines how smart a business machine can be.
The most loved Mac is about to make you fall in love all over again. Available in silver, space grey and gold, the new thinner and lighter MacBook Air features a brilliant Retina display with True Tone technology, Touch ID, the latest-generation keyboard and a Force Touch trackpad. The iconic wedge is created from 100 per cent recycled aluminium, making it the greenest Mac ever.1 And with all-day battery life, MacBook Air is your perfectly portable, do-it-all notebook.
With a resolution of 2560x1600 for over 4 million pixels, the results are positively jaw dropping.Even though it weighs just 1.25 kilograms, the new MacBook Air packs quite a punch. An eighth-generation Intel Core i5 processor helps you power through daily activities, from reading email and browsing the web to creating Keynote