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Thursday, May 19, 2016

PC Magazine- Laptops and Notebooks


Check out PCMag's latest hands-on reviews of Business LaptopsCheap LaptopsGaming Laptops,Mac LaptopsUltraportablesand Tablets.
  • Acer Predator 15 (G9-591-74KN)05.19.2016
    Bottom Line: Acer's Predator 15 (G9-591-74KN) offers a lot of what you want in a midrange gaming laptop: Top speed, graphics performance, and long battery life. But it all comes at a steep price. 
  • Razer Blade (2016) 05.18.2016
    Bottom Line: This year's Razer Blade gaming ultraportable delivers premium design, solid performance, and high-end features all in a very slim build. It even adds a few extras over its predecessor for $400 less. 
  • Bottom Line: The LG gram 15 is a super lightweight laptop with fast performance and a nice 15-inch 1080p display. The build feels a bit flimsy, but the low price helps mitigate complaints. 
  • Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (4th Gen, 2016) 05.06.2016
    Bottom Line: Durable and long-lasting, but slick and thin, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is the business laptop to beat. 
  • Raden A22 Carry05.05.2016
    Bottom Line: Raden's A22 carry-on is the most design-centric smart suitcase we've seen, with useful built-in features and space to spare. 
  • HP EliteBook 745 G305.04.2016
    Bottom Line: The HP EliteBook 745 G3 is a competent business laptop, but it doesn't excel in any particular area. It's less expensive than much of its competition, but lagging performance and a subpar display aren't worth the relatively minor savings. 
  • Dell XPS 13 Touch (2016 Gold Edition)04.22.2016
    Bottom Line: The Gold Edition of the XPS 13 Touch adds faster processing to the excellent build quality, feature set, and gorgeous display of the original. But the higher price and decreased battery life means this high-end ultraportable laptop may not be for everyone. 
  • Apple MacBook (2016)04.22.2016
    Bottom Line: The insanely sleek 12-inch MacBook is still the lightest Apple laptop, but competing Windows laptops have caught up in thinness, weight, and screen quality. 
  • Bottom Line: You'll pay a pretty penny for it, but the HP Spectre x360 15t amps up the convertible-hybrid laptop game with premium construction, plenty of forward-looking technology, and just over 12 hours of battery life. 
  • Bottom Line: The 4K HP Spectre x360 15t premium convertible-hybrid laptop is well designed and constructed and delivers very good performance. It's ideal for working at home, as well as watching movies at higher-than-HD resolution on the couch.