With so many laptops on the market, finding one that meets your needs can be tricky. There are traditional clamshells, 2-in-1’s and Chromebooks, all of which offer different benefits. If you want the best laptop for gaming or video editing, then Apple’s MacBook Air M2 will give you some of the fastest performance available in a slim frame that looks really great. If you’re a Windows user, you’ll find that Dell’s XPS 13 models are some of the most powerful and long-lasting machines around.
The latest finnish websites to Intel’s 14-watt “Raven Ridge” processor family, like the 15-watt U and 28-watt P chips in the MacBook Pro 16, are also some of the most powerful laptops you can buy. But for those who are more focused on value, AMD’s new 7040U series chips are now in some of the smallest laptops around.
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If you’re looking for a laptop to run office applications, then a Core i5 CPU and 8 to 16GB of RAM should do the trick. But if you want to play demanding games, then look for a laptop with a dedicated graphics card like a GeForce RTX 3060 or higher.
The newest Apple MacBook Pro has a lot going for it, including the powerful M2 chip, a brighter display and more than 14 hours of battery life, according to ZDNET’s reviews editor June Wan and sports writer Tom Filip. For more, check out our review.