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We've tested and reviewed more than 500 laptops over the years, searching for the best of the best. But to earn the crown as the best laptop in 2023, it needs to have it all: gorgeous design, killer performance, a productive keyboard, long-lasting battery life, and much more.


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Each of the laptops below has been vetted thoroughly, whether it's an affordable Chromebook or a decked-out gaming laptop. Our pick for the best laptop we've tested, the Dell XPS 13, is the option we recommend to most people, but something from the list below should suit your needs.

The Dell XPS 13 is a gorgeous little laptop priced like no other. The base configuration tends to fluctuate in price, ranging between $749 and $999 so it works out as one of the cheapest ever XPS laptops. It has all the premium features like a comfortable keyboard, great touchpad, killer IPS screen, and 512GB of storage. It's compact too with remarkably thin bezels although that does mean no more headphone jack. Its performance may be a little lackluster compared to other 12th-generation Intel-powered laptops but it's worth it given its price, great battery life, and great style.

The M1 MacBook Air might be two years old and since overtaken by the M2 MacBook Air, but it's fantastic value, especially for anyone seeking out the best MacBook. The game-changing M1 chip continues to transform the landscape, making this impressively powerful, yet offering insane amounts of battery life, all while being completely fanless. Two years on, there's still no Windows laptop that can compete. The only downside is that you can only connect to a single external monitor, but you do at least get two USB-C ports and a MagSafe 3 charging port. Simply put, there's a lot here for the price, and it's hands-down one of the best laptops for college students and anyone who does a lot of work on the move. It's also frequently on sale.

Business laptops don't need to look boring as demonstrated by the Lenovo ThinkPad Z13 demonstrates. Its faux-leather lid looks classy and distinctive with just enough touches across the chassis to feel modern. it's also one of the best laptops to run on the new AMD Ryzen 6000 chips which means excellent performance and long-lasting battery life. Security features come baked-in but it's the battery life that really sells this for business needs. It lasts almost as long as anything Apple-flavored at the moment. There's also a 1080p webcam for all your video call needs, while you can even upgrade to an OLED model for an extra clear screen while you work. Excellent performance and great battery life with some neat features ensure the Lenovo ThinkPad Z13 is a reliable option for all your business needs.

The XPS 13 Plus is at the top of our list of the best 4K laptops. The latest versions go beyond anything we've seen before from an Dell XPS 13 machine, adding a haptic touchpad and touch-sensitive function "buttons," with a full-size edge-to-edge keyboard with minimal space between keycaps. In our review, we looked at the 3.5K OLED model with an Intel 12th-generation Core i7-1280P processor, 16GB of RAM, and a terabyte of PCIe NVMe SSD storage. But there's also a 4K+ IPS option that, in our experience, also provides outstanding colors with great contrast, support for a wide range of colors, and better color accuracy than most laptops in its bracket. The only caveat to all this is that the 4K+ screen does demand more from the battery.

Our pick for the best fanless laptop, the MacBook Air M2 is silent, but it doesn't force you to give up performance in exchange. The Apple M2 chip is faster than many Intel 12th-generation Core and AMD Ryzen 6000 options, especially in creative tasks, and it provides all the performance a demanding productive worker can ask for. It's also one of the thinnest laptops you can buy today at just 0.44 inches. Its 13.6-inch Liquid Retina display is bright, colorful, and offers excellent contrast, and the laptop has one of the best keyboards and touchpads around.

The Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5 tops our list of the best laptops under $500, providing impressive performance, 2-in-1 flexibility, and all-round great value. That places this good Chromebook at the top of our list. Impressively, there's a 10th-gen Intel Core i3-10110U CPU inside, which is plenty fast for Chrome OS. The 4GB of RAM is enough for good performance and moderate multitasking prowess, and 64GB of storage is sufficient if you make effective use of the cloud.

While it's hard for the Dell XPS 15 to compete with the MacBook Pro 16-inch, this is the best Windows alternative. Its battery life may not be better but this is a gorgeous-looking laptop. It uses a carbon-fiber weave texture across the keyboard deck and palm rests, creating a truly iconic look. Despite having a 15-inch screen, the overall size of the XPS 15 is far smaller than bulkier 15-inch laptops of the past. Four Thunderbolts and a full-sized SD card slot mean you won't miss out here either. The standout feature is the choice of going up to a 12th-generation Intel Core i9 processor making this one of the best laptops for video-editing.

If you love the portability of gaming laptops, but get frustrated by how they usually have less power than their desktop counterparts, the Alien x17 line is the answer. Of course they're not cheap. Thankfully, Dell is having a limited time deal on the Alienware x17 R2. Right now you can get it for $3,000 after a $1,050 discount. It won't be around forever, so grab one soon.

Why you should buy the Alienware x17 R2 gaming laptopOur laptop buying guide says gaming laptops should be built to keep up with the requirements of today's video games. The Alienware x17 R2 takes things further, as it's also prepared to run titles that are still on their way with its 12th-generation Intel Core i9 processor and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti graphics card. It's even got 32GB of RAM, exactly how much our guide on how much RAM you need recommends if you're planning to run multiple apps in the background while you're playing. With the Alienware x17 R2, not only will you be able to select the highest settings of the best PC games, but you also won't have to worry about making upgrades for years to come.

There's a massive flash sale happing at HP right now, giving you the chance to grab a cheap laptop, Chromebook, or even gaming PC. HP is one of the most popular computer manufacturers in the world, and for good reason. Even the cheapest Chromebook on this list is built well, has reasonable power and will last for years. This is a flash sale, so it won't last for long. We've helped cut your decision making time down by pulling the best deals on our favorite HP desktops and laptops. Check them out below.HP Chromebook 14 -- $250, was $330

Chromebook deals are generally more affordable than offers for traditional Windows-based laptops because their components are cheaper. However, that doesn't mean devices like the HP Chromebook 14 are slow, because Chromebooks promise smooth performance even with low-end hardware as their operating system, Chrome OS, is dependent on web-based apps instead of installed software. The HP Chromebook 14 features a 14-inch display and a 32GB eMMC for storage, and it's equipped with the Intel Celeron N4500 processor, integrated Intel UHD Graphics, and 4GB of RAM.

We regularly test the most promising laptops, from sleek ultrabooks to cheap Chromebooks to massive gaming laptops and beyond. Here are the best models you can buy in every category, along with advice on how to choose which type of laptop is right for you.

Where they fall short: Laptops with color-accurate screens and enough power for creative professionals are expensive, and even more so with add-ons like extra storage and memory. Editing laptops also tend to be larger and heavier than ultrabooks, with most weighing more than 4 pounds. The powerful processors in editing laptops generate lots of heat, as well, so some can get too hot to use comfortably on your lap, though our top pick stayed cool even under the heaviest workloads. In addition, the MacBook Pro is impossible to service on your own, but Apple provides excellent support.

Andrew Cunningham is a former senior staff writer on Wirecutter's tech team. He has been writing about laptops, phones, routers, and other tech since 2011. Before that he spent five years in IT fixing computers and helping people buy the best tech for their needs. He also co-hosts the book podcast Overdue and the TV podcast Appointment Television.

Increasing your budget to around $1,000 will unlock access to nearly all of the cutting-edge features modern laptops offer. These include slim, sturdy aluminum chassis, brilliant touch-enabled 4K displays, powerful processors and graphics chips, and batteries that will last all day and well into the night.

Today, laptops based on ChromeOS are the primary alternatives to budget-priced Windows laptops. A Chromebook could be a fine, value-minded choice for someone who needs a laptop just to watch movies, create text documents, write emails, and putter around in basic spreadsheets. With a Chromebook, the main features you will really need from your laptop are a decent screen and a comfortable keyboard, since cloud services like Google Drive can handle most of your storage and processing needs. And, if you still insist on key creature comforts, you can find midrange Chromebooks with full-HD (1080p) displays and comfortable keyboards just as easily as you can find bargain-basement ones these days.

However, mobile PC gamers should watch out for the newest form factor for gaming laptops: 18-inch machines. The larger panels will complement the coming stronger GeForce and Radeon GPUs, which will make good use of the extra chassis space for cooling. Watch for the first of these monsters from Alienware, Asus, MSI, Razer, and others (at first, mostly geared toward gaming) to tackle the hardest graphics tasks to date.

Whether the screen is OLED, IPS, or TFT, people who plan to use their laptops in brightly lit rooms or outdoors will want to make sure that the panel has a maximum brightness level of at least 500 nits. 041b061a72

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