Those on a budget with just $550 may want to consider Honor's MagicBook 14. While it runs a last-gen AMD Ryzen processor, the core features of this notebook are better than most in this price range. Here's our quick review of why you should (and shouldn't) get this affordable laptop.
The Surface Book 3 and Razer Blade 15 aren't really targeted at the same type of buyer, but there's still a good bit of crossover between the two. So which should you get? That mostly depends what you want to use it for.
HP refreshes its budget-friendly ENVY x360 13-inch laptop for 2020 by embracing AMD's latest Ryzen Mobile 4000 chips. With pricing starting as low at $650 and excellent design and display, it's easy to call this the best budget convertible pick for 2020.
The Surface Book 3 sports new internals, but keeps the same design we've grown used to with the previous versions. That can be a good thing or bad thing depending on your outlook. For MrMobile's take, check out his full video review right here.
The new XPS 15 (9500) from Dell could very well be the laptop of the year. We just got our hands on it for the first time, so here are some photos and quick thoughts about why this juggernaut is so awesome.
Love the ThinkPad line but don't want to shell out the big bucks for one of the premium options? The L13 Yoga, successor of the L390 Yoga, aims to deliver a worthwhile package while keeping the price within an affordable range.
Although it's too early for a review, here are some initial benchmarks from the new Surface Book 3 15-inch with a Core i7 and NVIDIA GeForce 1660 Ti (Max-Q) and how it compares to Surface Book 2 and other premium laptops. Spoiler: While the CPU is just OK, that 1660 Ti definitely bumps up the Book 3's potential.
The Surface Go 2 fixes many of the wrongs with the original Surface Go including a much faster Core m3 processor, thinner bezels, larger display, and modern networking. Unfortunately, the only model people should buy if they plan to use the Surface Go regularly is the more expensive one at $629.
The 15.6-inch AeroBook Pro has a 4K display that's great for media, but its keyboard and touchpad make productivity work a frustrating experience. Does the low price still make it an option for a secondary device?
Samsung's new 15-inch 2-in-1 convertible laptop drops in a siloed S-Pen, QLED display, decent speakers, and slim profile. There aren't many 15-inch convertibles, but Samsung managed to fill a nice niche with the new Galaxy Book Flex. And if you find 15-inches too big, Samsung also has a 13.3-inch model too.
What happens when you combine a new, svelte 14-inch gaming laptop from ASUS with the power of AMD's new 7nm 35-watt octa-core Ryzen 9 processor? You get what looks to be the most powerful 14-inch laptop on the planet. Here are some early benchmarks to prove the point.
Lenovo's Yoga C740 is a refresh of the Yoga 730, and it acts as a solid mid-range convertible for those who don't want to shell out big on the Yoga C940. We used it for about a week to see how it holds up and whether or not it's worth a buy.
HP's Elite Dragonfly is a new class of super premium business-class Ultrabook. Featuring a 2-in-1 design, support for Wacom inking, Windows Hello, 4G LTE (and soon 5G), all-day battery life, and a gorgeous iridescent blue finish there's a lot to like about this do-it-all laptop. But a few early issues keep us from loving it. Find out if you should buy the Elite Dragonfly or wait until the next version.
LG's gram 17 is still really the only 17-inch Ultrabook option on the market, but luckily for us, it's also awesome. Weighing under three-pounds with MIL-STD-810G ruggedness the gram 17 is basically a 13-inch laptop with a giant screen, but without the increased weight. Here's why it's still one of the coolest laptops around and what's new in the 2020 model.