If you are thinking to gift a new laptop to your loved one, this would be the best time to buy one. Below is the list of some laptops we thought one should definitely consider before buying.
Avita Liber V
If you are looking for a powerful laptop that is also feature-rich and gives you amazing battery life like 10 hrs or more, the Avita Liber V is the obvious choice for you. With amazing battery life, it also has impressive specifications with an Intel 10th Generation Core Processor which delivers top-notch performance. It also boasts an SSD storage for lightning-fast boot time and loading speed. Talk about convenience and speed! But that’s not all the Liber V has to offer: the functionality, too, is out of this world. It comes with a backlit keyboard to facilitate typing in the dark. There’s a Full HD IPS display with amazingly narrow bezels for a truly immersive experience.
Asus ExpertBook B9450
The Asus ExpertBook B9450 wowed us with its battery life score. If you need a laptop with one of the best battery life scores of all time, the ExpertBook will keep you comfortable for an insane 16 hours and 42 minutes. You can literally get through two workdays without having to charge this beast. Asus also equipped the ExpertBook B9450 with a speedy SSD — Its 1TB M.2 PCIeNVMe SSD duplicated 4.97GB in 6 seconds at a rate of 771.1 megabytes per second.
HP Spectre x360
The latest HP Spectre x360 is practically perfect, even with its battery life, which nailed a wild 13 hours and 20 minutes on our test. It’s super light, at 2.7 pounds, and thin, at 0.7 inches thick, that we can’t help but love the footprint on top of the elegant aluminium design.
Acer Chromebook 314
It’s easy to use, reliable and has a 14-inch crisp, bright display that gives you more screen real estate for your productivity needs. It also has a keyboard that is satisfying and a joy to use, as well as a touchpad that interacts well with all your fingers’ movements and commands. More importantly, it has an impressive battery life
Apple MacBook Air
If you’re comfortable with macOS but don’t want to spend much on a newer MacBook, you can go with a previous-generation Apple MacBook Air. It comes with a 13.3-inch Retina display and is powered by a 5th-generation Intel Core i5 processor, coupled with 8GB of RAM and Intel HD Graphics 6000. The MacBook Air also has 128GB of onboard storage and packs a battery that is claimed to deliver up to 10 hours of battery life on a single charge. The hardware won’t be top-notch as it’s an older MacBook Air model, though you shouldn’t face problems from this, thanks to Apple’s software optimization.