It’s hard to keep up with the latest laptops, and even harder to decide what’s right for you.
Well it just so happens, we’ve tested a handful of the best from a range of prices to see if they’re specifically any good.
Our pick of the best laptops to buy today
Air We Go: Apple’s most stylish laptop computer finally gets a complete redesign
- Powerful M2 chip
- But only one external monitor is supported
- Great screen
- Improved speakers
- Very clever redesign
- Somewhat pricey though
There are more ports and a row of function keys, but what’s new joins Apple’s latest silicon, an improved display and denser speakers.
- Excellent performance
- Quiet and cool
- Great screen
- Enhanced connectivity
What’s better than an OLED laptop screen? Two of them, of course
The LG Gram 16 is incredibly lightweight, with a big screen, good keyboard, and impressive battery life, so it’s a first-rate laptop for everyday use — but it’s easy to find more CPU power and better screens if you need to tackle demanding tasks. .
- Incredible lightweight design
- Big, bold 16:10 screen
- Great battery life
- Decent features and ergonomics
An affordable, ultra-portable, impressively powerful, and good-looking touchscreen laptop. Just as you could hope for, it brings the essentials of the Surface Laptop experience to the budget buyer crowd.
- Confident design
- The higher spec model works fine
- Expensive once you check a few option boxes
- All-day use with Battery Saver enabled
It’s undoubtedly expensive, but with impressive power in a good-looking, sturdy, and compact package, the Razer Blade 14 is a great gaming laptop
- Sleek, slim and lightweight design
- An amazing performance in all respects
- Clean and fast keyboard
- Decent battery life and screen
An ultra-smooth, sleek-looking screen with a stellar display, only now with upgraded internals. Battery life remains a sore point, but it performs as a premium work machine with a touch of style.
- High resolution screen and high refresh rate
- Slim design and solid build
- Great keyboard and touchpad
- Battery life is just average
Nice step up for the XPS range, but perhaps a little more specialized. It’s sturdy, looks the part and has a bunch of great screens, but most of it will also be offered by the vanilla XPS 13 – which is much cheaper.
- It looks cool, almost sci-fi
- There is no shortage of performance
- Amazing screen
- The high-end CPU gets hot and drains the battery
The new silicon gives Microsoft better battery life, more portability, and promotes healthy performance. It’s still not perfect, but it can continue to trade blows with the MacBook Air.
- It looks great, but it’s an understatement
- Long battery life
- Comfortable keyboard
The laptop computer equivalent of a muscle car delivers more performance than any competition inside a sturdy, well-equipped chassis. It’s expensive, but it’s very powerful.
- Incredible speed, both on the desktop and in games
- High quality screen
- Great build and satisfying keyboard
- very expensive