Friday 18 September 2015

Top 5 Laptops 2015: Recommendations, Specs, And Prices - Dell, Asus, Toshiba, and More!

Laptop shopping is just as crucial as smartphone shopping. Tens of selections await you and you can't make a mistake! The cost is big, you just can't risk it. So, if you're planning to buy your next lappy, here are a few recommendations that still apply in 2015.
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1. Dell XPS 13
This laptop is one of the best. It is thin, light, and has a revolutionary design. As per TechRadar, fitting in a 13.3 inch into a laptop frame that is only 11 inches, it's no easy feat. Apart from that, this Dell laptop is also a powerful and a long lasting device, making its over $800 worth, all worth it. All these make the Dell XPS 13 one of the best Ultrabooks and Windows laptops there is.
2.  Asus ZenBook UX305
This laptop from Asus may look like a Mac but it may also be a better device in many ways. It is thinner, lighter and more attractive. Its full HD display and good storage space makes this device a great package. Not only that, it is also quite affordable at $670. It has a RAM of 8gb and a screen of 13.3 inches.
3. Asus Chromebook Flip
This Asus laptop can compete with all Chromebooks and laptops with its 8 hour battery life and full metal construction. It doubles as a tablet with its light and premium feels. It has a screen size of 10.1 inches and a RAM of 2GB. The price is at $229. 
4.  MacBook Air 13 Inch
Performance-wise, this Mac can deliver. Not only that, this MacBook Air is also light and thin, perfect for handling your daily activities and even some gaming. It has a RAM of 8gb which is impressive, and it also has excellent battery life. Price is at around $195.
5.  Toshiba Chromebook 2
If you are looking for a long lasting device, opting for a Chromebook may be a good idea, and going for the Toshiba Chromebook 2 is an excellent choice as well. It has 4gb RAM and a screen size of 13.3 inches. It can last a good 6.5 hours of usage and it still remains as one of the more attractive Chromebooks to date. This is pretty much a good deal for a $230 laptop device.

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