Before heading toward mall to buy yourself a new laptop , take a quick look on best laptops 2015 that you can consider to your Wishlist. First of all, decide on what you need beforehand so that you can make the most out of the price that you are letting go off for the product. Function above anything else. But then, with the innovative changes in our life today you can own a great deal out of a new laptop with a compact and exquisite design plus a more satisfying specifications.
What is the type of laptop that suits your lifestyle? Are you a gamer? Are you running your own business? Or are you the cool kid that always travels somewhere? We have numerous categories for laptops.
Apple Mac Book Pro (15 “) at $1, 725.99
PROS: This dazzling creation of Apple still tops the chart list for 2015 because of the upgraded CPU and graphics for adding up a Retina Display. This model of Mac Book has a better battery life than the other versions. Updated inner hardware and longer battery makes it the “Best Power Laptop”.
CONS: Style of the laptop remains the same. There has not been a revamping of the overall style of Mac Book Pro. Remodelling the design of Mac Book Pro is not needed anyway; it is still recognized for its modernist appeal. Also, the Ethernet needs adapter since Apple changed its port.
CPU: Intel Core i7/ 2 GHz
OS: Apple OS X 10.9 Mavericks
Resolution: 2880 x 1800
Apple Mac Book Air (13”) at $923.87
PROS: A better multi touch track-pad for a smoother control of your desktop. There is $100 off the price. It offers a cheaper price than the previous versions of Mac Book. There is a bit of upgrade with the processor that exemplifies an enhanced overall performance.
CONS: The Ethernet port and HDMI port is missing. Mac Book Air requires you to buy an adapter to use these ports. That’s like spending your saved $100 in buying your additional equipment. Nonetheless, this laptop is still a thumb up for us since it offers you greater processor performance.
CPU: Intel Core i5/ 1.4 GHz
OS: Apple OS X 10.10 Yosemite
Resolution: 1449 X 900
Microsoft Surface Pro 3 at $699
PROS: Launching this genius Microsoft Surface Pro 3 is the game changer of their concept of convertibles. If you are always on the go this is the right super PC for you. It’s a combined Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro and Mac book Air. It has the most compromised track-pad functionality than the previous versions. It comes with a stylus as well making it the “Best Windows Tablet”.
CONS: SP3 runs hot suddenly. It has an “OK” battery life only of up to 9 hours.
CPU: Core i3
OS: Windows 8
Resolution: 2160 X 1440
Toshiba Chromebook at $330
PROS: The incredible features of the pc make a zap in the market for its very cheap price for an all-around laptop. Toshiba made a big step forward in cutting down the weight of its very own creation. Picture looks very sharp and the resolution is easily adjusted. Still Toshiba is very thankful for the finish product for it is now the “Best Chrome-book” in the chart.
CONS: It is still slightly larger at 1.2 kg than its competitors.
CPU: 2.58 GHz Intel Celeron N2840 Processor
OS: Google Chrome
Resolution: 1920 X 1080
Asus Zenbook UX302
PROS: Best classy ultra-book as of today. The overall design displays crisp and modernized style that is perfect as an office laptop. Moreover, it offers a lot of storage than other Ultra books. This laptop has a touch screen feature that’s been a trend with the laptops of today.
CONS: Be prepared for the aggressive track-pad
CPU: Core i7-4500U
OS: Windows 8 / Windows 8.1
Resolution: 1080p IPS screen
Acer C720 Chromebook at $229
PROS: It is liked for the very affordable price if you are looking for decent school laptops then go for the Acer C720 Chromebook. It has an outstanding battery life than most of the Chrome-books in the market.
CONS: Not recommended for gamers since Chrome book has only the features to play “simpler” games.
CPU: Celeron 1.4 GHz
OS: Chrome OS (Linux)
Resolution: 1366 X768
PROS: The stunning design and quality of internal features are what makes up of Acer Aspire S7. It has a super sharp screen with the hyper-HD touchscreen you can never go wrong about what this laptop offers you. No more irritating sound for the fan and even the battery’s going to be drained already, it stays cool.
CONS: Touch pad is not centered making it over-react.
CPU: Intel Dual-core (2 core)
OS: Windows 8
Resolution: 1920 X 1080
PROS: We have another contender that makes it to the top chart- HP Chrome book 11. The Android capability of Google plus the powerful system of Microsoft is combined in one device- multiplying the functionality each system has to offer.
CONS: It’s hard to decide if you’re going for a Chrome-book since the OS is “Chrome-limited”. Battery life is a not much to rely on.
CPU: Samsung Exynos 5 Dual 1.7 GHz
OS: Google Chrome OS
Resolution: 1366 X 768 (HD)
Gigabyte P35W v2
PROS: Gamers, hold your horses in and read on for what piece of heaven this gaming laptop can offer you. Gigabyte created a monster out of slender and lighter features bringing a sophisticated gaming experience for everyone. The CPU performance is overwhelming delivering no lags for your best gaming experience.
CONS: Out of many gaming laptops, this one is still considered a poor one.
CPU: 2.5 GHz Intel Core i7-4710 HQ (3.5GHz Trubo)
OS: Windows 8.1 (64-bit)
Resolution: 1920 X 1080 (146.86ppi) with a 15.6” anti-glare LCD
MSI GS60 2PE Ghost Pro
PROS: This is a competitor of Gigabyte P35W v2 but this MSI gaming laptop is way better. It is cheaper for the gaming features that it delivers. As well as the screen is much better. It has a slim-look making it an Ultrabook with more powerful specs for best-gaming experience.
CONS: It can go very hot on top of 90 degree C that is not so recommended to put on your lap.
CPU: 2.4 GHz Intel Core i7
OS: Windows 8.1 64-bit
Resolution: 1920 X 1080 with 15.6” IPS LCD display
Do you have your pick already? One tip though, think before what you need in a laptop so that you can make a good deed of your hard earned money. 🙂 🙂