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Best Laptops

Nowadays, smartphones and tablets have offered a more mobile way to stay connected to your digital life. But now it isn’t the time to say goodbye to our laptops. For the laptops can do all the things a tablet can do and even more. The best laptops must have fast efficient processors, sufficient memory, and large storage space, additional features are also strongly affect the user experience of the laptops, and although laptops won’t be as portable as a smartphone or tablet, the portability is still an important criteria.

Top 10 Laptops 2015

Here we presents the Top 10 Best laptops in the market, which outperform their competitors on pricing, quality, performance and customer service. They will be your best choice if you plan to get a laptop in 2015.

MacBook Pro Alienware 17 ThinkPad T440s HP Envy Asus Zenbook Prime ThinkPad X240 Sony VAIO S 15 Samsung Ativ Book 9 Plus Latitude E7440 HP Pavilion 15
Best Laptops Top 10 Laptops - Alienware 17 Best Laptops-Thinkpad T440s Best Laptops-HP envy Best Laptops-Asus Zenbook Prime Top 10 Laptops -Thinkpad X240 Best Laptops-Sony VIAO S 15 Best Laptops-Samsung ATIV 9 plus Best Laptops-Dell Latitude E7440 Top 10 Laptops -HP Pavilion 15
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List Price $1999 $2,099.99 $1749 $1099.99 $1799 $1399 $1249.99 $1399.99 $1149 $579.99
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Price $1699 $2,099.99 $1428.44 $812.49 $1474.99 $985 $979 $1259 $979.57 $475.95
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Design MacBook Pro Alienware 17 ThinkPad T440s HP Envy Asus Zenbook Prime ThinkPad X240 Sony VAIO S 15 Samsung Ativ Book 9 Plus Latitude E7440 HP Pavilion 15
Screen Resolution 2880×1800 1920×1080 1920 x 1080 1366 x 768 1920 x 1080 1366 x 768 1920 x 1080 3200 x 1800 1920×1080 1366 x768
Body Size  9.73″ x 14.13″ x 0.71″ 23.03″ x 4.76″ x 16.22″ 13.03″ x 8.89″ x 0.80″ 9.87″ x 1.18″ x 14.94 “ 325*223*18.3mm 8.19″ x 12.03″ x 0.80″ 14.9″ x 10″ x 0.9″  12.6″ x 8.8″ x 0.5″ 13.2″ x 9.1″ x 0.80″ 15.18″  x 10.16″  x 0.89″
Weight 3.35 pounds  16 pounds 3.5 pounds 5.6 pounds 1.3kg <3 pounds 4.41 pounds 3.1 pounds 3.85 pounds 5 pounds
Screen size 15″ 17″ 15″ 15″ 14″ 13″ 15″ 13″ 14″ 15″
Performance MacBook Pro Alienware 17 ThinkPad T440s HP Envy Asus Zenbook Prime ThinkPad X240 Sony VAIO S 15 Samsung Ativ Book 9 Plus Latitude E7440 HP Pavilion 15
Procssor i7-4750HQ I7-4700MQ i5-4200M i7-4700MQ i7-3632QM i5-4200U i5-3210M i5-4200U i5-4300U AMD
Processor Speed(GHZ) 2 3.8 2.6 2.4 3.1 2.9 2.5 1.6 1.6 1.5
Basic Video Card Intel Iris Pro 5200 NVIDIA  GeForce GT 650M Intel HD 4000 AMD Radeon™ HD 8750M NVIDIA GT650M Intel HD 4000 Nvidia GeForce 640M Intel HD 4400 Intel HD 4000 AMD Radeon HD 8450G
Memory(RAM) 8GB 16GB 4GB 8GB 4G 4GB 6GB 4GB 4GB 4GB
Primary Solid Drive 256GB N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 128GB 256GB N/A
Primary Hard Drive N/A 750GB 500GB 1 TB 500GB 500GB 640GB N/A N/A 750GB
Battery Life 8.5 h 4 h  6h  4 h 7.5 h 8.7 h  4.5 h 7.5 h 7.5 h 5 h
Features MacBook Pro Alienware 17 ThinkPad T440s HP Envy Asus Zenbook Prime ThinkPad X240 Sony VAIO S 15 Samsung Ativ Book 9 Plus Latitude E7440 HP Pavilion 15
No. of USB 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 3 3 2
Webcam yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes
Buit-in Mic yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes
Wi-Fi yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes
Bluetooth yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes
HDMI Port yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes
Memory Card Reader no yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes
Review MacBook Pro Alienware 17 ThinkPad T440s HP Envy Asus Zenbook Prime ThinkPad X240 Sony VAIO S 15 Samsung Ativ Book 9 Plus Latitude E7440 HP Pavilion 15
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How to Choose a Laptop?

In our opinion, the best laptops are not the most powerful ones or the most expensive ones. The best laptop must be the one that fits your needs most at every aspect. If you simply rely on a laptop to check emails, browse the Internet and listen to music, that buying a entry-level laptops will cover all your needs, why bother to spend extra money for the function you will never use? Or you are using your laptops to edit video, design graphics or play high-end 3D games, and you’ll need to choose the right device with large hard drive, high performance GPU, plenty RAM and a powerful processor.

So, first of all, to understand what you will do with a laptop.

Second, set the criteria to evaluate laptop computers

Performance: The CPU is always the first thing to consider, a fast and powerful processor will always be a price booster. Now the latest and greatest processor is Intel Core i7, 4th generation of the Core series. So to balance your cost, you should consider how much power you really need.

If you’re a dvanced gaming, powerful graphics is essential. So choose a discrete graphics card will make your device capable to run the high-end 3D games. RAM is to store applications and data you are currently accessing, so with more memory in your laptop, the more applications will your laptop run at the same time. As now most of the laptops have equipped with Windows 7 or Windows 8 operation system, we recommend to choose the RAM not less than 4GB.

For the storage, there are now two choices for the customers, the tradition Hard drive (HDD) and a solid-state drive (SSD). HDDs offer more storage spaces that SSD, but SSD are more anti-crashes than HDDs for they have no moving parts. And if you choose the SSD that means more money would spend on this part.

Speaking about battery life, we consider this to be very important criteria if your laptops will need to be operated in travel most of the time. The longest battery life in our best laptops can around 9 hours on a single charge, for most of the users a battery life for more than 7 hours can be a good choice. But don’t consider this part in a gaming laptop, for most of the gaming laptop, at around 4 hours battery life has been a good performance.

Design:There is an irony in the laptops, they are designed for portability, but once the laptop to be small and light enough and we will find it to be less powerful and full-featured. So choosing a laptop you should to balance the design and the performance. If you prefer your laptop to do as a desktop, your laptop will be larger and heavy, without compromising the power and features, but if portability is your first choice, so take consider the body size and weight in the first place in your choice, the laptop should be light and small enough for your carring.

Connectivity:The laptop offers several connection options, like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, are now normal connectivity. With Wi-Fi you can connect to internet without bother by wires, and with Bluetooth you can connect with some wireless device, such as Bluetooth earphone and keyboard. Other connect ports like HDMI, VGA, and important USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 also have their important functions.

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