For Long Battery Life
Few notebooks can compete with the LG gram when it comes to battery life. The latest version of LG’s most compact notebook features power-efficient 8th generation Intel Core processors and a large battery for a claimed battery life of 21.5 hours – enough to keep you entertained on a flight from Singapore to San Francisco!
For Movie Lovers
Dell’s latest XPS 13 notebooks are fitted with gorgeous 4K displays. On top of that, they also feature Dell Cinema technology, which is a suite of software designed to improve your movie experience by enhancing visuals and boosting sound — an absolute win for any movie lovers.
For Those That Can’t Decide Between A Notebook And Tablet
The Yoga C930 is the latest offering in Lenovo’s long line of convertible notebooks. Thanks to its unique hinge, which now features an integrated soundbar, it converts instantly from a notebook into a tablet. Who says you can’t have the best of both worlds?
For Those Looking For A Stylish Option
Fashionistas should definitely check out the HP Spectre. Weighing just 1.11 kg and measuring just 10.4 mm, the Spectre is the epitome of sleek and svelte. On top of that, it looks gorgeous in dark ash with copper accents.
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For Those That Want A Tablet And A Notebook
If you prefer tablets, then the Microsoft Surface Pro is for you. It is primarily a tablet, but with the optional Surface Pro Type Cover keyboard, it does a convincing job of being a notebook.
Obviously, the Type Cover keyboard can’t quite match a conventional notebook’s keyboard, but it comes very close.
You Want Something Light With A Big Screen
It sounds physically impossible, but ASUS has done it. The ZenBook UX430 packs a Full-HD 14-inch display into the size of a 13-inch notebook.
It is rather portable too, weighing just 1.25 kg and measuring just 15.9 mm thick. What’s more, it even features discrete graphics that enhance the screen’s colour spectrum.
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You Love The macOS
If you need to run macOS, then the MacBook Pro is your best bet. The models with Touch Bar cost more, but then they come with faster processors and four USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports so you can charge multiple devices.
The models without only come with two USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports. Take your pick, you can’t go wrong with either.