Playing your favorite games at maximum settings doesn’t mean you have to buy a desktop PC: a modern gaming laptop has all the necessary power. Here’s everything you need to know before you buy the right one for you, along with our list of the best of them.
Best laptop 2023 [January]
Our list of laptops encompasses a variety of brands, prices, and features. In it you will find the best laptops money can buy, and no matter what kind of device you are looking for, or your budget, we are confident that you will find the perfect model for you. We know that a large number of choices can be counterproductive, which is why we have correlated it with our buying guide.
Apple MacBook Air review: the best Mac for most people
The new Apple MacBook Air (2020) corrects many flaws of the previous models. It’s more powerful and comes with a new, completely redesigned keyboard – which is much better than the previous one -, double the storage capacity and a lower price to boot. However, the screen is a bit dull and the autonomy is only average. But, if you’re a macOS fan and want a basic laptop for office productivity and to surf the web, we highly recommend the new MacBook Air.
Acer Predator Triton 700 review: gaming has never been easier
The Predator Triton 700 fascinates me, in many aspects. It fascinates me with its style, design, beautiful 120Hz display, the speed of the NVIDIA GPU, and also with certain original features, such as the mechanical keyboard (the true hidden gem of this device!). It fascinates me so much that I can forgive it for the position of the touchpad, and the laughable autonomy. Sadly the real drawback is its price. If you can digest that, the rest is easy.
Acer Predator Helios 300 review: an honest gaming laptop!
If you are looking for a low key gaming laptop the Acer Predator Helios 300 is the one for you. It is not perfect, but it delivers on the promise of gaming without costing an arm and a leg. There are very few gaming laptops that can top this.
Dell XPS 15 review: a truly luxury high-end laptop
After the success of the XPS 13, Dell decided to apply the same frame-less design to its 15-inch premium range, and it works great.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon review: hard to do better
Lenovo has renewed the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, its professional ultrabook, that continues to be the benchmark of the business segment.
Lenovo Yoga 920 review: over 12 hours of autonomy and top performance
If you are looking for a 2-in-1 with high autonomy, a high-quality screen, a stylish and robust chassis, the Yoga 920 is for you.
Acer Swift 3 review: a high-quality budget ultrabook
If you are looking for a budget ultrabook and the latest Core i7 processor, take a look at Acer’s Swift 3, which has also a good construction quality.
Dell XPS 13 review: the new diet improves performance
The new XPS 13 has many new features in addition to its color: connections, performance, security, and autonomy.